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Isolated Systems Need Love Too

May 23, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

As a part of a larger, more comprehensive, well-analyzed and thought-through security posture, isolation is a perfectly legitimate control. Concern comes into play, though, in situations in which organizations employ network isolation as the primary or sole control. Without testing, it’s hard to know if the isolation is working as it should, and it may not be working as well as you think.

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