Chapter 30 covers topic 5.4 from the official CompTIA Network+ blueprint: Explain common threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigation techniques. This chapter describes various types of attacks (Wi-Fi related attacks, DoS, man-in-the-middle, social engineering, viruses, worms, and others) and mitigation techniques.
Network security is part of the enterprise’s risk management responsibilities within the overall business policy mechanisms. Every company has to determine the acceptable levels of risk and vulnerabilities that are actually based on the value of the corporate assets. Enterprises should also define the risk probability and the reasonable expectation of quantifiable loss in case . . .
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