Network Security Architectrue
Definition - What does Network Security Architectrue mean?
Techopedia explains Network Security Architectrue
Network security architecture ties in with the current trusted computing base (TCB) of the enterprise, which is composed of the hardware, firmware, software, operating systems and applications being used with security services. In short, the TCB is all of the elements in the system responsible for supporting the security policy. It is ideal to create the network security architecture together with the overall security architecture of the enterprise so that everything can work together and be updated together.
The basics of a network security architecture are as follows:
- Access control list — Access rights of system components and users
- Content filtering — Interception of potentially unwanted or malicious content
- Validation mechanism — Validation of application data and users from a reference
- Restriction — Prevention of unauthorized access
- Resource isolation — Separation of resources from each other and enforcement of access controls
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