|In This Issue: Focus on Security
|November 4, 2009
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Choosing the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for virtual private network and firewall functions, the California utility uses the device to secure remote access and to separate networks.
Learn tips for using Group Policy settings if you wish to block users from installing USB drives; or, if you allow the drives, how to encrypt the data using Windows 7's BitLocker To Go.
Discover why all-in-one security appliances that offer firewall, VPN and antivirus appeal to state and local governments looking to cut costs, such as Jefferson County, Wis., and the city of Lincoln, Neb.
Our StateTech reviewer looks at how well the SonicWall NSA E5500 unified threat management device stymies security threats. The scalable appliance can handle 500 client VPN sessions.
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