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Get tough with your users to protect your network

Bill Snyder | Feb. 23, 2010
Your company's biggest security threat is likely on your payroll. Here's how to keep workers from destroying your business.

When that's accomplished, one person can block sites and set security policies for all PCs running the program. And if your employees don't know the passwordand they shouldn'tthey can't change the policies.

Your employees may get angry, but your business will be a lot safer. And that's a worthwhile tradeoff.

San Francisco journalist Bill Snyder writes frequently about business and technology. He welcomes your comments and suggestions. Reach him at


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