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When developing a multi-layered security plan, you must look at each of the seven domains of the IT infrastructure and increase security on each of those domains. Increasing the security on each of those seven domains will increase the overall security of corporation and create a multi-layered security plan which will defend from attackers. The User Domain is the weakest link in an IT infrastructure. The users could have simple passwords that it will be very easy to attacker find it. So we need implement strong passwords including at least 8 or more characters, both upper and lower case, and use of at two special characters. Passwords will need to be changed every 72 days and same password cannot be used again. Users must keep their passwords private. Users may not disclose their passwords to anyone. If user feels that his or her password is compromised, he or she should change passwords immediately and report to the administrator. Most users insert CDs and USB drives with personal photos, music, and videos. That could infect the system with viruses or Trojan horses. To protect that we need to enable antivirus scans for inserted media drives, files, and e-mail attachments.
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