Chapter 9. Maintaining and Troubleshooting Network Security Implementations

This chapter covers the following topics:

Troubleshooting challenges in secure networks

Troubleshooting management plane security

Troubleshooting control plane security

Troubleshooting data plane security

Troubleshooting branch office and remote worker connectivity

Networks need to be secured, and the level of security that is needed and the features that must be deployed are dependent on the organization and its security policies. However, in any network, at least a basic level of security needs to be implemented. Access to network infrastructure devices themselves needs to be secured to prevent tampering and unauthorized activities, and the control plane of ...

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