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March 3rd, 2008
 
Least Privilege Gains Popularity
Processor Magazine asks Guardian Digital, and others on the pros and cons of least privilege for SME's: "Wreski says one of the best ways to leverage least privilege is to find vendors that have used this development in the past. He comments, 'For this, it helps significantly to have both the OS and the application come from secure, unified development. Unified development from security vendors is one of the best ways to ensure that both applications and the platform are engineered with least privilege..."

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Jan 29th, 2008
 
Security Basics: The Concept of Least Privilege
Least privilege is one of the basic concepts of computer security in both daily administration and, more importantly, software design. As threats increase in impact, we will see the concept take hold more often as vendors look to address security in the internal computing architecture. Long a veteran of this concept, Guardian Digital's CEO Dave Wreski, goes into detail regarding its increasing importance to businesses and its increased relevance to vendors.

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Oct 2nd, 2007
 
IDC: Security the #1 Reason Companies Use Open Source
In research concerning the "Momentum of Open Source..." IDC, one of the preeminent analyst firms, determined that securing networks from breaches was the number one advantage that companies felt open source provides. The analysis made a specific point that companies had "deployed open-source technology primarily to ensure protection from security threats." Guardian Digital has known the value Open Source has for security and has been you sing the Open Source model for almost a decade to provide comprehensive protecti on.

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July 24th, 2007
 
Guardian Digital CEO reiterates Commitment to Open Source and More.
In this wide-ranging interview, LXer.com dives into the heart of Guardian Digital, its purpose and its goals as pioneer in open source security. How has Guardian Digital maintained its robust security as threats have evolved? Will GPLv3 have a significant impact on the Linux security industry? Why are the licensing deals initiated by Microsoft considered "a joke?" Learn the answers to these questions and more.

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July 2007
 
The Recipe for a Secure Server: Using Linux to protect your servers from threats and attacks.
Step by step, task by task, the security experts at Guardian Digital show you how to lock-down your Linux server with an in-depth view of what you need, when you need it and how to use it. Don't miss this!

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July 11th, 2007
 
Strategy Interview: The Business Case for Linux Security Pioneer, Guardian Digital.
A business overview, Computer Business Review Online interview's CEO Dave Wreski about the particulars of existing in one of the most competitive markets in any industry today. With probing insight into the status, strategies and goals of one of the most prominent security vendors in the open source community, this interview provides a quick and effective synopsis on some of the most pressing business challenges facing security providers.

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June 22nd, 2007
 
A Story of Vision and Progress: How to Endure and Succeed as an Open Source Security Vendor.
The personal trek of how Guardian Digital's CEO, Dave Wreski, created a compelling business model on his own, to create a thriving open source company. Veteran journalist Bruce Byfield gets to the heart of its start as an aspiration that open source would provide "a superior vehicle" to provide Internet Security: A probing expose on how to take a bold idea into a successful reality.

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