The Crux of NT Security - Phase 4

by Aaron Sullivan
Sept. 19, 2017 0 comments Symantec

This is the fourth in a series on NT security. In the last article we discussed three common network designs referred to as Networks A, B and C. Hence, this article will discuss a last design, Network D, for those with more performance and security demands, as well as a high availability feature, and the additional budget required to implement it. Network D has all the bells and whistles, costs and complexities that the other networks were lacking for a truly high-security, high-availability network. To those working in organizations with very large budgets, staff, and a business residing nearly 100% on the Internet - this one's for you.