Connecting internal network to the Internet

From: Lohkee (lohkee@worldnet.att.net)
Date: 05/09/02


From: "Lohkee" <lohkee@worldnet.att.net>
Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 01:34:31 GMT


I am trying to compile a comprehensive list of risks faced by an
organization when they connect their internal network to the Internet or
allow personal use of Email/Internet from a company workstation, i.e.,
possible methods of attack such as virus infected email being downloaded
from a web-based private e-mail account and thereby bypassing anti-virus
software on the organization's "normal" mail server, etc. Any suggestions
would be gratefully recieved.

Lohkee!



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