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Seminar paper from the year 2001 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: B+, UNITEC New Zealand (School of Information Systems and Computing), course: Intranet and Internet Management, 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: A company's network serves the purpose of delivering information to all employees as fast and as easily as possible. However, the information that is delivered through such an Intranet has to be secured against attack or misuse from outside the organisation as well as from inside the organisation. Since the need of security always conflicts with the need of fast and easy information access, e-Fence has to decide what level of security is appropriate for different types of information. Of course, total security can never be provided but a company has to consider several threats to its Intranet. These threats include physical threats (e.g. theft or damage of equipment), natural disasters (e.g. damage due to lightning or earthquakes), mechanical breakdowns, viruses and Trojan Horses, and people from outside or within the organisation attacking the network. (Baker, 1995, pp. 7-9). E-Fence has to mitigate these threats with a well-planned security policy.