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Former Network Computing Editor
News & Commentary Posts: 96

Mike Fratto is a principal analyst at Current Analysis, covering the Enterprise Networking and Data Center Technology markets. Prior to that, Mike was with UBM Tech for 15 years, and served as editor of Network Computing. He was also lead analyst for InformationWeek Analytics and executive editor for Secure Enterprise. He has spoken at several conferences including Interop, MISTI, the Internet Security Conference, as well as to local groups. He served as the chair for Interop's datacenter and storage tracks. He also teaches a network security graduate course at Syracuse University. Prior to Network Computing, Mike was an independent consultant.

Articles by Mike Fratto
posted in February 2009

DNSSEC: Forgetting The User, Again.

2/24/2009
A lot of very smart people are working very hard to make the Internet trustworthy. The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has launched a beta Interim Trust Anchor Repository so top-level domain owners can publish DNSSEC material while ICANN works out signing of the root zones. The ITAR is one more step in the road to DNSSEC. But DNSSEC is a technical solution and, like other technical solutions, ultimately misses

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ROI Is Not A Good Justification For Security

2/18/2009
It's no secret that the business office uses financial models to approve and disapprove purchases. Getting proposals approved on business merit is often misunderstood by many IT and security practitioners who see the need for a technology, but can't convince business folks. Return on investment, ROI, often is used to justify, in part, an IT purchase which results in the percentage return. Risk reduction is the primary goal.

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My Computer, A La Carte

2/12/2009
OS installs have gotten easier over the years, whether it's a Linux distribution, Mac OS X, or Windows. Fewer choices to make and fewer technical decisions that need to be pondered. But today, I found the easiest of them all, Slax 6 Build a Distribution and I think it serves as a model for how software should be distributed, a la carte, and as a model for smart system recovery.

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