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Demand for information access creates IT vulnerabilities

MILWAUKEE As information technology expands, so does the risk for businesses that are not prepared to manage their most trusted data and proprietary information.

The same inter-networking technologies that extend new avenues of communication and commerce to clients and co-workers are leaving businesses more vulnerable than ever before, says Paul Rozek, director of technology services for......

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In another case, a consultant riding with a local Milwaukee TV station was able to exploit a weak point in a WiFi system when an employee in city hall set up a remote camera without establishing the proper security configuration. The consultant was able to gain easy access and......

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Chief information officers and IT security managers can maintain credibility for their efforts? by citing business benefits and by gathering metrics to support those security benefits, Rozek said. When making the case, it is important to communicate the success of security solutions and what is at risk without the proper controls in place.

As we become more and more connecte......

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Rondy 04/19/04


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