Creating a Multilayer Network

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10/16/15
NT2580
Project 1 Multi Layered Security Plan

We will research the concept of a multi-layered security plan and Include several applicable layers for the plan, and describe at least one layer of security for each of the seven domains.

Outline of a multi-layered Security plan
User Domain

- Security policy violations – Place employee on probation, review AUP and employee manual, discuss during performance reviews.
Workstation Domain

- Unauthorized access to workstation – Enable password protection on workstations for access. Enable auto screen lockout for inactive times.
LAN Domain

- LAN server application software vulnerabilities and software patch updates – Define a strict software vulnerability window policy requiring quick software patching.
LAN-to-WAN Domain

- Local users lose productivity surfing the web and not focusing on work tasks – Apply domain-name content filtering at the Internet entry/access point.

WAN Domain- Vulnerable to corruption of information and data – Encrypt IP data transmissions with VPNs. Back up and store data in off-site data vaults (online or physical data backup) with tested recovery procedures.

Remote Access Domain
- Brute-force user ID and password attacks – Establish user ID and password policies requiring periodic changes (i.e., ever 30 or 60 days). Passwords must be used, passwords must have more than eight characters, and users must incorporate numbers and letters.

System/Application Domain
- Unauthorized accessed to systems – Follow data classification standards regarding stringent use of second-level authentication.

Explanation of the outline and uses
This outline marks the seven layers of a security plan used for securing a network of domains. For each layers I have provided a risk, as well as a solution to said risk. I tried to incorporate simple, yet large,…...

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