Security Appliances: New Strides in Preventing Intrusions

Security Appliances: New Strides in Preventing Intrusions

Computer crime takes a big bite out of business productivity. According to the most recent FBI/CSI survey on computer crime, hackers were responsible for over $23 billion in losses in 2006 - and there is little evidence to suggest that this alarming trend will be reversed in the near future. But security appliances, which incorporate an array of security functions, now give SMBs the ability to ward off security breaches without breaking the bank or hiring more IT staff.

The devices - which really are appliances with their server-like design - can address security far more effectively than several independent pieces of hardware and software. This paper explains why this is critical for SMBs for a number of reasons.

18 Feb 2009
18 Feb 2009
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