4 reasonable basic firewall rules we want to

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4. Reasonable, basic firewall rules We want to configure both host and network-based firewall to implicit deny rule. Meaning that everything should be blocked. Then, we'd selectively enable specific services, IP`s and ports that will be used. Active directory can be used to block users from being able to change host-based firewall rules or disabling it. 5. Wireless coverage in the office The best practice to secure a wireless coverage is to implement The WPA2 with AES/CCMP mode encryption. Complex and long passwords with numbers, special characters, Upper and lowercase characters. Disabling WPS feature because the treat it can pose to a network Changing the SSID to something uncommon and unique, would also make rainbow tables attack less likely. Wireless hardening is also important, disabling unused port would help keeping the network secure. 6. Reasonably secure configurations for laptops Anti-malware software Anti-virus to protect against the most common viruses know today Full Disk encryption provide protection again physical attacks against the system. Binary-white listing software
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  • Fall '09
  • GRIFFEN
  • Virtual private network, Tunneling protocol

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