Is security really stuck in the Dark Ages?
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Is security really stuck in the Dark Ages?

RSA President Amit Yoran wasn’t passing out compliments in his opening keynote at last month’s convention. But he says the response from both colleagues and competitors is that he said what needed to be said: The industry needs to move beyond perimeter defense.


Building walls around your village to keep the bad guys isn’t enough. When the hackers attack it’s not enough to throw rocks and burning tar on them, they have mastered the art of the Trojan Horse.

Security must focus on the data at rest and in transit and not only protecting the channel and data center. And you must consider the internal network as insecure as a private network.

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Is security really stuck in the Dark Ages?