A logical place to begin your policy is from the front door. Your entry or portal to the Internet can come from one of many technologies and require different hardware configurations. Once connected, this passageway will support many services that will allow the outside world to enter some or all of your organization’s network as well as letting members of your organization access other networks. When I work with companies to create their Internet policies, I like to keep this part of the discussion to two very important issues:
Policies governing how that doorway will be created
Which services will be allowed to pass through that doorway
Policies that protect the doorway to the ...