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  • 03/30/2005
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Security From Two Directions

Once more into the podcast, dear friends, as we consider a couple of products that have been the subject of recent conversations. The first is from Tizor. The TZX 1000 is an appliance that builds logs of database and application...
Once more into the podcast, dear friends, as we consider a couple of products that have been the subject of recent conversations. The first is from Tizor. The TZX 1000 is an appliance that builds logs of database and application access across the network--an important issue if you're in an industry laboring under any of the many regulations requiring you to document who sees what in the corporate information realm.

The other product, from Permeo, is designed to enforce host-configuration policies on remote-access systems--even when the remote hosts don't belong to your organization. I've still got a few questions about this system, but it certainly looks like a promising entry in the remote-access market.

You can get today's podcast here, so take a listen. As always, let me know what you think--this is an evolving thing, so your opinions are very important to me.


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