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With internal attacks on systems becoming ever more frequent, and the necessity for data accuracy increasing under corporate compliance legislation, I decided it was time to examine whether centralized user provisioning could secure information cost-effectively.

One man told me, tongue-in-cheek, "I would have the most secure network in the world if I didn't have to let my employees use it." OK, that's obviously not a feasible option, but you can understand his concern when you consider the following real-life situations. A leading utility company ...

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