Security: Networks constantly under siege

How do you protect your business when the traditional perimeter is disappearing? Cisco says it's all about context-aware security, writes Ian Campbell.

4th December, 2011
Security: Networks constantly under siege
Ambika Gadre of Cisco: 'If you don't give them access, users will get around restrictive policies anyway'.

Ambika Gadre of Cisco has a litany of statistics to show how advances in technology have broken down office walls and transformed the way people access and use information.

It's not just the proliferation of mobile devices - smartphones and tablets - it's the ways virtualisation and other enterprise technologies have allowed organisations to get new services up and running in a fraction of the time that it used to take.

The challenge is balancing...

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