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February 1st, 2008

Network World: The Future of Network Security

Abstract:
Although encryption use continues to grow, there will always be plenty of cases where endpoints and applications need to communicate "in the clear". In fact there is a trend for end systems to de-fragment into networks of smaller devices, often with no encryption capability. We've gone from mainframes to personal-area networks. Eventually we'll get to smart dust and nanotechnology. Network security will be vital to maintaining system control.

The future of network security might be far from clear-cut. One thing is clear - it will certainly be richer and more sophisticated than we've seen so far. Determining how to plan for a business environment in which everyone is connected and security expectations are high is not trivial. We all have to do it.

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