Distinguishing between Security Topologies
The security topology of your network defines the network design and implementation from a security perspective. Unlike a network topology, here we’re concerned with access methods, security, and technologies used. Security topology covers four primary areas of concern:
Setting Design Goals
When setting design goals for a security topology, you must deal with issues of confidentiality, integrity, availability, and accountability, all four of which are discussed continually throughout this book as they apply to various topics. Addressing these four issues as an initial part of your network design will help you ensure tighter security. You’ll ...