What are the most important security elements?
Each of the elements of an effective security system operates in conjunction with the others to ensure that an organization can communicate as efficiently as possible.
The MouseOver below is a representation of the most important security elements and of the hierarchy into which these elements are organized.
Guide for planning future network security projects
How to apply good systems engineering principles to the development of information security systems
Recommendations concerning which standards and guidelines are most useful and that should be used in implementing and achieving required network security
How to implement organizational security policies and how to ensure that they are understood and institutionalized
How to make sure that the organization is prepared for a disaster
How to protect against possible future liability suits
How to plan for expanded, secure, remote access requirements
How to implement wireless security
How to protect against future attacks
How to handle future attacks
How to assess the effectiveness of proposed new security architectures
Combining security methods
When planning security, you will use a combination of
To provide access control and authentication, for instance, a system uses some combination of the methods and perimeter devices shown in the table below.