[THIN] Re: Helpdesk support software - any ideas?

  • From: "Guido Meulendijks" <G.Meulendijks@xxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 16:40:47 +0100

Jonathan,

Apply the policy to IE but keep in mind to apply policies to all
possible applications that can evoke web access through other apps as
well!

Security is a very large issue in a lot of companies these days.
Policies are great but are also hard to deploy and understand especially
the cross references they may have with other policies.

A security engine like in the PowerFuse solution not only blocks all
access by default for all applications (not just IE) it also is very
easy to configure and maintain. It keeps track of each possible
violation that a user may try and also actively reports it back to the
IS department. Policies are static and you will never be reported if
someone finds "work-around" on them until it is to late.

Again the PowerFuse solution might be to much for what you are looking
at and the policy might just do the job for you. =20

Best regards,
=20
Guido Meulendijks
www.respowerfuse.com

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