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The View from Visionaries compiled by Marcia Savage In 10 years, information security as we know it may not exist. Rather than a separate product, it may simply be embedded into everything. Or Web services may upend traditional enterprise security. We asked some of the best and brightest minds in the business what they see ahead and the answers were far ranging: everything from from attacks masked heavily with encryption to zombification of corporate networks. Some predict radical changes while others foresee more of the same. Read on for a peek into what the future may hold. 1 Whitfield Diffie Vice president, Sun fellow and chief security officer, Sun Microsystems Today, when we say that a company is doing its computing securely, we usually mean that it is doing the computing on its own computers and that it has taken whatever means are appropriate to protect those computations. In 10 years, no major business computation will be secure in this sense. Today, every developer, manager and marketer uses Google a dozen times a day. In 10 years there will be ... Access >>>
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