Firewall, encryption and password protection are failing to protect PCs from attacks


Following Innersafe Corporation's tests which showed that firewall, encryption and password protection are failing to protect PCs from fraud, identify theft and phishing attacks, Innominate asserts that these findings have implications for the enterprise, in particular those operating an industrial network.

PCs operating on the Windows platform are typical of the industrial environment. These PCs will act as controllers, providing mission critical information that drives the production network. As such they will be vulnerable to the attacks highlighted by Innersafe Corp's research. Security Park - Firewall, encryption and password protection are failing to protect PCs from attacks

Linked by shanmuga Thursday, 16th November 2006 12:18AM