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Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Protecting information confidentiality is a critical security objective for all colleges and universities. Institutions must deploy confidentiality controls in addition to security controls, and they must choose a protection portfolio that might include preventative, detective, and responsive technologies. This study from the Burton Group provides insights for creating a broad set of architecture policies for confidentiality. In addition, it provides information confidentiality requirements specific to that layer for projects that are focused on a particular layer of architecture (such as a perimeter firewall).
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Burton Group (www.burtongroup.com) provides technically in-depth research and advisory services for colleges and universities, government agencies, and commercial enterprises. Burton Group's practical and unbiased research and advice helps technologists make smart IT infrastructure decisions in increasingly complex environments. Burton Group covers directories, identity management, application platforms, architecture, and network and telecom infrastructure topics. Like ECAR, Burton Group is an unbiased advocate for the user and more than 80% of Burton Group's clients are user organizations rather than suppliers. EDUCAUSE member institutions can become users of Burton Group research services through EDUCAUSE pricing. Burton Group is an ECAR partner and can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by telephone (801-373-5767).