If you fail to prepare, be prepared to fail

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If you fail to prepare, be prepared to fail

Many companies are leaving themselves open to attack by failing to follow a few simple security principles. Roy Hills gives us some helpful hints on how to tighten your firewall security in order to protect your network

Research carried out by my company in both public and private sectors has revealed that nearly a third of companies leave their networks open to attack by installing firewall VPNs in their default configuration, or by failing to follow best practice security principles, thus allowing the VPN to ...

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