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What's in your security tool kit?
  "Active defense" solution
  Anti-virus / anti-malware
  Biometrics
  Breach response
  Encryption
  Identity management / strong authentication
  Intrusion detection / event monitoring
  Next-gen firewall
  Traditional firewall
  Vulnerability management
  Other (please explain in the Comments section)

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Marilyn Cohodas
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12/19/2013 | 7:37:44 AM
What's in your IT security toolkit?
Take our flash poll about and tell us about the tools you use to keep your organizaton safe from breaches, attacks and malware!  
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Marilyn Cohodas,
User Rank: Strategist
11/26/2013 | 8:46:27 AM
Take our poll: What's in your IT security toolkit?
The battle over IT security is never ending. What are the security tools you are currently using to keep corporate data and systems secure? Take our flash poll then tell us which are the most effective in the comments. 
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