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Campus Network Design Fundamentals by Catherine Paquet, Diane Teare

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Chapter 4. Network Security Design

This chapter describes the concepts that relate to network security and includes the following sections:

Not long ago, the campus network’s sole purpose was to provide connectivity. Nowadays, the campus network is an intricate part of business success, providing productivity tools in every part of the infrastructure. Therefore, sound security must protect the network to ensure high availability, integrity, and confidentiality of the data.

You can deal with risk in four ways: you accept it, you reduce it, you ignore it, or you transfer it. In network security, you seek to reduce the risk with the help of sound technologies ...

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