IT Best Practices: People are the Perimeter

December 9th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: The enterprise walls and network are no longer the only pieces of the security perimeter. People are the new perimeter. People are increasing the perimeter via a myriad of mobile devices and new channels, such as social media. Malcolm Harkins, Intel Chief Security and Privacy Officer, describes how technologists and IT professionals must think differently when designing for security and privacy, to protect information and minimize risk, in this new era of computing.


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