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Creating a network security policy for a business

Posted on 2014-02-20
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Hi EE,

One of the important things often overlooked in a business network is to have a network security policy.

Policy that safe guards a network from miss use. Not too restrictive such that work cannot be done but also be able to prevent intentional as well as unintentional miss use.

Obviously this is a big topic so I would like to focus more on network devices such as switches, routers, firewall etc.

Any leads, advice, directions on how to create a network policy, from conceving it to implementation, testing and applying it in prod would be most appreciated.

Thanks
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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SANS are big advocates of their own Critical Security Controls.
They're popular because you can implement them in layers, starting at Control 1 and working your way up.

HTH,
Dan
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Thanks Dan, good read
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good info
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