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RE: Symantec AV Strategy Aug 24 2006 02:09PM
Gomez Jonatan (GOMEZ dynetcom fr) (1 replies)
Hello,

I can only respond to question b.
You can detect them using a Network Access Control solution. Symantec sells a solution of this kind.

Hope it helps,

Jonatan

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De : Serge Vondandamo [mailto:serge.vondandamo (at) wanadoo (dot) fr [email concealed]]
Envoyé : jeudi 24 août 2006 08:15
À : focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Objet : Symantec AV Strategy

Hi all,

I am updating/defining our global Symantec AV strategy and I need inputs
from those who have done that before.

My areas of focus will be:

1. Define deployment, configuration and upgrade (including defs update)
process.
2. Define Virus outbreak handling and response process.
3. Define process for identifying unmanaged AV clients.

Questions:
a. how do you do it on your shop?
b; how do you detect clients that not running AV software?

Thanks for your inputs.
Serge

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Re: Symantec AV Strategy Aug 25 2006 01:16AM
Jeff Pricher (JeffPricher yahoo com)


 

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