Tip

Layered access control: Six top defenses that work

This presentation by Dr. Joel M. Snyder, Senior Partner at Opus One and Technical Editor for Information Security magazine, was given at Information Security Decisions Spring 2005.


From the Internet down to PDAs -- every

    Requires Free Membership to View

device that touches or connects to a network is a potential security problem. Successful network security requires attention to detail at every layer, starting from the outside and moving in. In this talk, Dr. Joel M. Snyder, Senior Partner at Opus One and Technical Editor for Information Security magazine, introduces six strategies for building layered security in networks. By moving from a statement of requirements and problems needing to be solved, into definite actions you can take today, these strategies define clear prescriptions to bolster network security.

Snyder not only covers the six top strategies, he also highlights best practices for putting it all together in an enterprise network in the areas of:

  • Authentication and authorization
  • Traffic separation and coarse-grained security
  • Fine-grained security and protocol control
  • Encryption and privacy
  • Intrusion detection and problem remediation
  • Endpoint security awareness and enforcement

View the presentation

Visit our network access control resource center


 

This was first published in May 2005

There are Comments. Add yours.

 
TIP: Want to include a code block in your comment? Use <pre> or <code> tags around the desired text. Ex: <code>insert code</code>

REGISTER or login:

Forgot Password?
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Privacy
Sort by: OldestNewest

Forgot Password?

No problem! Submit your e-mail address below. We'll send you an email containing your password.

Your password has been sent to:

Disclaimer: Our Tips Exchange is a forum for you to share technical advice and expertise with your peers and to learn from other enterprise IT professionals. TechTarget provides the infrastructure to facilitate this sharing of information. However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy or validity of the material submitted. You agree that your use of the Ask The Expert services and your reliance on any questions, answers, information or other materials received through this Web site is at your own risk.