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Source: Network Magazine India - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security In this environment, no organisation can afford to be without intelligent and proactive security monitoring and disaster management capabilities as the dangers of attacks by intruders become increasingly important, and the scale of potential damage also arises. Keeping pace with the rapid evolution and escalation of security threats is a daunting challenge, and IT professionals continue to seek technologies that can enhance security without the frustration of additional management overhead.

Today 'eSecurity' is a broad term that encompasses several currently distinct market segments. Security management solutions consist of a diverse set of hardware, software, and services for managing intrusion events, uncovering known software vulnerabilities, and automating the distribution of software patches.

While news of high-profile attacks and devastating new exploits has abated in recent months, system security remains a key concern for network administrators and Chief Security Officers (CSOs).

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