Chapter 10. Compliance Within the LAN Domain

STANDALONE COMPUTERS can be very useful, but they are far more effective when they are able to communicate with one another. Computers that can communicate and exchange information have the ability to assume specific roles that make your organization's computing environment more efficient and effective. Unfortunately, connecting computers also makes accessing your organization's information easier for both authorized and unauthorized users. That means you have to be diligent to ensure the availability, integrity, and confidentiality of your data.

In this chapter, you'll learn about techniques many organizations use to ensure information is secure within locally connected computers. The controls and techniques ...

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