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Can someone assist me on explaining what type of security is associated with each level of the OSI model -  I need a better understanding.  Thanks.
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Securtiy Services to each ISO/OSI Layer

7. Application - Authentication, Acces control, Confidentiality, Integrity, Non Repudiation
6. Presentation - Confidentiality
5. Session - none
4. Transport - Authentication, Access control, Confidentiality, Integrity
3. Network - Authentication, Acces control, Confidentilaity, Integrity
2. Logical Link - Confidentiality
1. Physical - Confidentiality
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hi there

this would take a long time but you could try this site:

www.javvin.com

BR

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