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Remote administration must be performed over secure

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Remote administration must be performed over secure channels (e.g., encrypted network connections using SSH or IPSEC) or console access independent from the DMZ networks. 4.0 Enforcement Any employee found to have violated this policy may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. 5.0 Definitions Terms Definitions Access Control List (ACL) Lists kept by routers to control access to or from the router for a number of services (for example, to prevent packets with a certain IP address from leaving a particular interface on the router). DMZ (de-militarized zone) Networking that exists outside of <Company Name> primary corporate firewalls, but is still under <Company Name> administrative control. Network Support Organization Any InfoSec-approved support organization that manages the networking of non-lab networks. Least Access Principle Access to services, hosts, and networks is restricted unless otherwise permitted. Internet Services Services running on devices that are reachable from other devices across a network. Major Internet services include DNS, FTP, HTTP, etc.
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Network Support Organization Point of Demarcation The point at which the networking responsibility transfers from a Network Support Organization to the DMZ Lab. Usually a router or firewall. Lab Manager The individual responsible for all lab activities and personnel. Lab A Lab is any non-production environment, intended specifically for developing, demonstrating, training and/or testing of a product. Firewall A device that controls access between networks., such as a PIX, a router with access control lists, or a similar security device approved by InfoSec. Internally Connected Lab A lab within <Company Name>'s corporate firewall and connected to the corporate production network. 6.0 Revision History
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