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Re: adding another defence layer against viruses/worms
From: Mohamed Aymen SAHLI <sahli.aymen () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 10:59:26 +0100

Maybe,

-Using local firewalls on these branches to filter outbound traffic to the core

-Centralize the internet access to have all web traffic go through a
filtering appliance such as a  Cisco Iron Port  or  a websense web
security.

-Have an antivirus solution deployed over the campus.  I would
recommend Symantec EndPoint Protection as it provides good deal of
flexibility in what concerns remote sites ( replication, local group
updates provide to alleviate the bandwidth,  granular policy etc)

-Limit to the strict minimum the users with local administrator
rights on their machines.
-Prohibit removable media usage, thumb drives mainly. This, EndPoint
Protection can do.
-Prohibit local file sharing, system restore etc. (via group policy)
-…

And above all, have a solid security policy written and approved by management.

Regards.

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