[CentOS] antivirus sniffer/scanner for networks
drew.weaver at thenap.com
Tue Oct 10 19:10:49 UTC 2006
Then again allowing the employees to bring down your entire business
doesn't really smell like good planning.
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Subject: Re: [CentOS] antivirus sniffer/scanner for networks
On Tue, 10 Oct 2006 13:14:17 -0500
David Thompson <thomas at cs.wisc.edu> wrote:
> This is very clever, but I wonder, unless you control employees
> laptops one way or another, it seems like employee laptops would only
> be marginally better than unknown, external hosts in terms of malware.
> What's your experience on this, or how do you guarantee that employee
> laptops are clean?
1. I have beaten them into submission.
2. It's not the employee's laptop, it's the company's laptop, so the
employees are told what they can do and cannot do. They don't really
want to loose their job because they have crashed the network or deleted
the corporate word documents...
3. I regularly oversee all the laptops, just like the desktops.
4. If there are problem people, it's not my problem, it's a management
problem. Management does not want to loose all the data or the network.
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