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What is the Security Types of the OSI model
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kwlowe55 I'm not sure I understand your question.
The OSI model provides a universal set of rules that make it possible for various manufacturers and developers to create software and hardware that is compatible with each other.

There is an  OSI Security Model:
OSI Security Model 7498-2  
Authentication
Access Control
Non-Repudiation
Data Integrity
Confidentiality
Assurance / Availability
Notarization / Signature
 
See these sites for more info.


http://www.rpatrick.com/tech/sevenlayers/
http://www.comtest.com/tutorials/osi.html
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