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When physical security breaches are the problem

Network engineers are so busy dealing with intrusion prevention and firewalling that they forget about physical security breaches. Blogger Ethan Banks has some advice.

Network engineers are always talking intrusion prevention and firewalling, but Fast Packet blogger Ethan Banks wonders if they've taken enough time to create a solid physical breach policy. In fact, he's guessing not.

In his blog “Are your physical security breach policies enough?” Ethan warns about two policy-related problems: the lack of good rules and weak enforcement. Both are easily addressable, but not unless network managers are willing to train staff and create processes specifically around physical security breaches.

Here's what Ethan has to say about physical security breach policies.

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