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The Undocumented Layers of the OSI Model and Their Surprising Influence

White Paper Published By: SECNAP Network Security Corporation
SECNAP Network Security Corporation
Published:  Oct 07, 2008
Type:  White Paper
Length:  11 pages

Politics, Religion and Economics exert enormous influence on decision-making and the integrity of IT programs—and often result in sub-par decisions that open the door to malicious intrusion or attack.  Michael Scheidell and his talented technical team know how difficult it can be to create positive change in an organization, even when obvious vulnerabilities exist.  When it comes to navigating the executive suite and undocumented layers of the OSI model, the staff at SECNAP® Network Security have the experience to assist IT management in developing effective strategies to successfully drive security improvements.   Download This Paper Now…



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