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Adjoining islands: Security convergence
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Adjoining islands: Security convergence

Turf wars remain a major roadblock to embracing the merger of physical and logical security. But Honolulu CIO Gordon Bruce believes the right time for such a project is now.
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Product section: Convergence and emergence

This month we saw the effects of the market in both of our product test groups. In one case, IDS/IPS, we saw for the first time real hints that the genre is on its way out. We predict that by next year at this time there will be almost no true IDS/IPS products left. The solid trend is toward the universal threat manager (UTM). The UTM, of course, must include IDS/IPS to fit in the category, but even in this months batch, we began to see additional capabilities that we would expect.
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Cover story: Some enterprises benefiting from the convergence of physical and information security assets

The most mature information security programs cant always protect against theft of information if the perpetrator has access to the server room. Without the proper physical controls over the data centers and facilities which contain the information technology hardware, it is easy enough for an imposter to steal assets the old-fashioned way — with the five-finger discount.
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Industry views: Look for more spending on convergence, insider threats

The speed of change in IT security is intense and often seemingly chaotic. Security solutions today must constantly morph to reflect not only the shifting needs of customers, but also the advancing capabilities of security threats. The proliferation and progression of DoS attacks and phishing sites, to name a few, demand new means to detect and block criminals. Senior executives, meanwhile, want simplicity and better command and control over the many security solutions they implement. Despite this ever-changing landscape, there are, however, a number of general trends that, from our view as investors, are likely to organize and drive development of IT security products and services over the near and intermediate term.
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