|In This Issue: Focus on Network Security||September 7, 2010
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The Floyd County Prosecutor's Office in Indiana dismissed productivity problems by deploying a Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance 5510 with an SSL VPN to enable attorneys and aides to work on case files remotely.
Tracking all the security events that occur on a large network can be near impossible for IT staff, so the state of Michigan and Fairfax County, Va., tap security information event management tools to analyze and correlate events and respond appropriately.
Chris Buse, chief information security officer for the state of Minnesota, maintains that centralizing vulnerability and threat management and other services strengthens security while reducing costs.
The WatchGuard unified threat management appliance guards against viruses and malware, performs intrusion detection and prevention, blocks web pages and performs URL filtering to protect small and midsize organizations.
Unified threat management devices offer SSL VPNs with a lower price tag and easier management than their enterprise-class brethren. Here are four suggestions for using small-scale SSL VPNs more effectively.
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