Inside Out Security

Passmore, David
March 2006
Business Communications Review;Mar2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the implementation of network security to prevent network intruder from spreading computer viruses. It includes firewalls as one example of network security but realized it is not so much effective and hackers can try to sneak through the firewalls. The intrusion detection systems and the intrusion protection systems are both designed to give notice and protect the user if the hackers are trying to get into the network Another alternatives are developed to protect network from malware such as worms, viruses and trojans which includes Network Access Control from Cisco, Enterprise Infranet Controller from Juniper and NetScreen VPN from Enforcer.


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