From a design standpoint, security is one feature of risk management that must be included in the overall business policy. Every organization must determine the acceptable levels of risk and vulnerabilities, and these should be based on the value of the corporate assets. Organizations should also define the risk probability and the reasonable expectation of quantifiable loss in case of a security compromise.
One aspect of risk management is risk assessment and this is the driving force behind an organization’s written security policies. Network designers play a key role in developing these security policies but they do not implement . . .
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