Security through compartmentalisation

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Whether you call it layered perimeter defences, virtual teams, secure compartments, secure enclaves, or even virtual LANs, the concepts share the same goals: isolate and protect information assets from unauthorised access using more than single perimeter protection.

Security: A conflicting objective Easy access to shared information directly competes with the objective of information security.  At one end of the spectrum all computers are networked together and information is shared freely within the organisation, at the other end all computers are ...

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