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Belden Debuts Cyber Security Toolkit

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AnandY
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Re : Belden Debuts Cyber Security Toolkit
AnandY   5/28/2014 12:19:43 PM
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Coming up the cyber security tool kit was a brilliant idea! Of late, the rate of cyber insecurity has been a major issue to most of the cyber users. I think that coming up with the security tool kit will help solve this problem. We should now embrace security systems that venture both the inside and the outside because very soon, even the perimeter defense will be highly compromised. We should therefore be very careful with the kind of software products we purchase.

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Re: Protecting from Inside Out
a.saji   5/26/2014 4:07:48 AM
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@greg: Well firewalls play a major role especially when it comes for blocking unknown territories.  

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Protecting from Inside Out
Greg M. Jung   5/25/2014 11:33:37 AM
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There are big advantages of a security system that also protects from inside out.  As the article stated, sooner or later a perimter defense will become compromised.  Shifting the protection strategy to inside out can help thwart attacks that can occur from inside the firewall.

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