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When it comes to network security, one of the greatest security gaps is still the “human factor”, especially through private Internet use at the work place. In addition to private e-mails, the ever increasing reach of social networks is currently representing a great challenge. Viruses and other malware from the web seek out exactly these weaknesses. Attacks increase on a daily base and businesses in all industries and of all sizes, must implement ever more sophisticated standards for protection.
Customers often approach me and ask how to implement maximum security in the IT infrastructure while at the same time minimising the interference with the legitimate data protection requirements of employees. I am happy to address the main factors from my perspective:
In this day and age, it is unrealistic to forbid private internet use at the work completely. The internet is an omnipresent part of our lives and therefore even a total ban cannot realistically prevent the use of private websites. It is all the more important to have clear operational rules in place and to react appropriately to threats.
- Managing Director
- Since 1995 in the field of Linux
- Previous certifications: SUSE Certified Linux Trainer (SCLT), Novell Certified Instructor
- Technical certifications: Novell (CLA, CLP, CLE) ; LPI (LPIC-3)
- Many years of project experience in the fields of network and storage infrastructure and in the use of Linux in medium-sized companies and authorities.
- Since 1997, regular technically challenging Linux courses and workshops