Chapter 6. Security

As more and more critical information is trusted to the digital infrastructure, the risk of information being compromised increases. Furthermore, as more devices are connected to the network, the paths by which criminals may compromise information are more numerous than they used to be. It is necessary to deliver a comprehensive and hardened set of security measures that allow the network to be the first line of defense in the IT security strategy.

Traditionally, security was added onto the network as a separate stack of solutions and functionality. LISP can offer a comprehensive set of security functions that are integrated into the networking control and data planes to deliver segmentation, access control policy enforcement, ...

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