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Re: Security design methodology Nov 02 2012 08:15PM
Alex Creek (acreek83 yahoo com) (1 replies)
Finding requirements first makes sense.  I can see how that would set the tone for what's needed.  Say if a company has a lot of users who connect externally, then a VPN would probably be the main driver.  

For compatibility between security systems, would it be best to just follow vendor recommendations?   

Alex
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Get the client requirements and objectives out of the way first. Then decide on hardware/software.
On Nov 2, 2012 3:26 PM, "Alex Creek" <acreek83 (at) yahoo (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:

Lately I've been doing some research into network security.  For anyone with experience in network security design/build,  is there a method for what to do first when planning?  For example, should security be planned externally first then internally or vice versa? Which system is the most important?  Does everything need to work with firewall xyz or does everything need to work with a monitoring system abc?
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Re: Security design methodology Nov 03 2012 11:17PM
Terrence O'Connor (terrence oconnor gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: Security design methodology Nov 04 2012 12:54AM
Alex Creek (acreek83 yahoo com) (1 replies)
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