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Re: Security Simplification
From: "Christian Kopacsi" <ckopacsi () stmarysofmichigan org>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 15:14:17 -0600

I would start with developing an Information Security program and
associated policies.

<oligarchicalrule () gmail com> 02/21/07 2:51 PM >>>
If you were told by a VP to simplify security for your organization,
what you think would be a starting point?  It's seems vague.  We run
Windows servers/desktops that are built on the same images.  We use
Cisco switches/routers/etc.  I'm not really sure where to start.

Christian Kopacsi, CISSP

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