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CCNA Security – Chapter 10 Case Study – Managing a Secure Network CHAPTER 10 OBJECTIVES 1. Describe the principles of secure network design. a. Network security design is the process of setting up a network in a way that secures the information located in, and going out of the network. This needs to be secured to prevent unauthorized access, malicious use, faults, tampering, destruction, and disclosure. This should be done in layers, with each layer overlapping and adding something to the security of the network. 2. Describe operations security. a. In simple terms, OPSEC is a risk management that requires users to think like “the enemy” and use any and all information they can gather in order to better secure their network. Operational security often involves training employees on good behavior, and monitoring social media, especially the media of its employees to make sure no sensitive data is being leaked.
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