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The network support organization maintained firewall

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The Network Support Organization maintained firewall devices must be configured in accordance with least-access principles and the DMZ Lab business needs. All firewall filters will be maintained by InfoSec. 6. The firewall device must be the only access point between the DMZ Lab and the rest of <Company Name>'s networks and/or the Internet. Any form of cross-connection which bypasses the firewall device is strictly prohibited. 7. Original firewall configurations and any changes thereto must be reviewed and approved by InfoSec (including both general configurations and rule sets). InfoSec may require additional security measures as needed. 8. Traffic from DMZ Labs to the <Company Name> internal network, including VPN access, falls under the Remote Access Policy 9. All routers and switches not used for testing and/or training must conform to the DMZ Router and Switch standardization documents. 10. Operating systems of all hosts internal to the DMZ Lab running Internet Services must be configured to the secure host installation and configuration standards. [Add url link to site where your internal configuration standards are kept]. 11. Current applicable security patches/hot-fixes for any applications that are Internet services must be applied. Administrative owner groups must have processes in place too stay current on appropriate patches/hotfixes. 12. All applicable security patches/hot-fixes recommended by the vendor must be installed. Administrative owner groups must have processes in place to stay current on appropriate patches/hotfixes. 13. Services and applications not serving business requirements must be disabled. 14. <Company Name> Confidential information is prohibited on equipment in labs where non- <Company Name> personnel have physical access (e.g., training labs), in accordance with the Information Sensitivity Classification Policy 15.
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