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Industry innovators 2007: Access control

Of the classifications we looked at, access control is among the most multidimensional. We defined access control fairly broadly as including identification, authentication and authorization. Network access control — NAC — is a very hot topic at the moment.
Peter Stephenson, technology editor, SC Magazine
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Product section: Meeting the challenge of managing access

Access control is the order of the day for this issue. All of our reviews focus on aspects of access control and management. This, of course, is a key aspect of enforcing the security of the enterprise. We address the topic with two First Looks and two Group Test reviews.
Bradford Networks
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Industry innovators 2007: Bradford Networks

If you are trying to log into a network protected by Bradford Networks' NAC Director, you'll have an agent on your computer or you won't login. If you have an agent, you'll be sent exactly where policy allows you to go and nowhere else.
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Company news: Apple bug hunter switches jobs

Lockheed Martin partners with Carnegie Mellon to launch a cyber lab, Charlie Miller named principal research consultant at Accuvant, Chris Davis new director of malware research at ipTrust, and other personnel and corporate news.
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Making the right moves for advancement

In one of our features this month, "2006: Year of exposed IDs," we discuss the various breaches that have plagued businesses of all sizes over the last year. As our edition went to press, still other incidents cropped up.
Campus access: Case study
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Campus access: Case study

A Utah university found a solution to enable secure access to the campus network - while cutting down on help desk calls, reports Greg Masters.
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