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RE: 500 and growing
AnandY   8/8/2013 3:24:05 AM
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I agree with Rob that Marc may be right in that there are only five hundred people who have an in depth knowledge on matters concerning security. There is no doubt that this number was considerably lower some few years ago. This therefore implies that in the coming years the number will grow ensuring a more elaborate security system.

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RE: IDENTIFY WITH YOUR INDISTRIAL SECURITY SYSTEM BETTER
AnandY   8/11/2013 3:54:21 AM
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It is true that many security breaches have taken place owing to the lapses inherent in outdated software. I am of the idea that users incessantly keep their applications up to date and to also ensure that they run only the latest versions of whatever software they are using. Just as a precaution, it would be safer if the users stuck to high end software only as opposed to trying anything that comes to their way

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