The Case For Strict User Controls

Presented by

Larry Seltzer, Security Analyst

About this talk

Securing a network necessarily means controlling what connects to it and what it connects to. But your users don't want to hear that - they just want to be able to use social networking and listen to music off the Internet and hook up that new gadget they bought. Some businesses can get away with hard and fast rules about the business network - It's only for business, not for non-business functions at all. But in others IT has to walk a line allowing some personal computing on the business computers, smartphones and network, while still keeping it secure. What can you do to keep it as safe anyway? Larry Seltzer has been analyzing and testing computer hardware and software for over 20 years. He is the author of 3 books and over 1000 articles on technology. For the last 7 years he has focused on security matters and writes for a variety of technology industry publications.

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