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Network security what is it In todays society not many people understand what network security is or how it works As a person or as a network administrator you must understand the steps and processes of setting up a network security system One of the first items that you have to come up with is an idea of why you want a network Once you have figured this out you then have to secure many areas of the computer some of the areas include the securing of desktop workstations securing network servers and securing public web servers If you really want to be safe you can install a firewall for your network system After all this had been set up you then have to figure out a way to respond to the intrusions After all this had been accomplished you are then on your way to a network that is secure In order to create a network you must first realize what you are going to use the network for Deciding how you want your network and the functions you want it to do is very complicated When creating one you must really think about what you are going to use it for now and what you see yourself doing in the future with the network When creating a network you want to leave options for upgrade Once you have decided on how you want your network then you must look at the security options Security is a key option in networking When you think of security you have to look at the option of someone in your own company tampering with files as well as the outside world being able to access your network One step in protecting yourself or a company is by securing desktop workstations What I mean by a Desktop Workstation is that it is a combination of the hardware operating system application software and network connections of a computer
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