Separate networks for Web security

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If the budget allows, the company/organization can have a local network (or just a separate, individual computer) and a separate research network for Internet/global communication purposes. This way, confidential materials can only be accessed locally, increasing both electronic and physical security. Only the data physically copied/tranferred to the research network will be globally available (through other firewalls, of course), and data can be checked for errors or viruses before loaded to the local network.


This was last published in April 2002

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