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The Efficient Enterprise Bouncer

Managing access to protected resources (applications, services and their data) for users in the extended enterprise (which consists of employees, temporary employees and contractors, business partners, and customers) can be a daunting task. New applications and services are continuously being developed and deployed; new users join the extended enterprise, change roles within it, and eventually move on. To the extent that policies regarding access must be managed on a user-by-user, application-by-application basis, the effort involved is exceedingly large, and the probability of implementation without error is infinitesimally small...

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The Comedy – and Tragedy – of the Commons

Sensitive data in unstructured formats (e.g., in documents and file systems) poses a distinct problem to security- and compliance-minded organizations, a problem exacerbated by the ubiquity of Web-based portals and collaborative tools such as Microsoft SharePoint. ...

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Keeping the Web Barbarians at Bay

Aberdeen research shows that firewalls, VPNs (virtual private networks), antivirus, antispam, intrusion prevention and Web content filtering solutions are deeply penetrated in organizations of all sizes. Management of this portfolio of independent solutions can be time-consuming, costly and inefficient. ...

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