Layered Security: Network Segmentation
Part of being strategic and proactive about your security stance involves network segmentation. Limiting and partitioning network access according to your security and performance requirements ensures that traffic can be more effectively controlled and monitored as it moves between security zones.
Depending on your business structure, the various segments of your network may be many, or few, large or small. Some examples of network segmentation that might work for your business include:
Segmenting your network can seem complicated at the outset, but our security team can make it simple. Give us a call at (888) 429-5177. To continue to follow our series on layered security and find out what comes next, fill out the form below.
To view the previous steps to total security, check out our past blog posts:
- Layered Security: Your best defense
- Policy Standards and Guidelines
- Employee Awareness
- Network Intrusion Defense and Access Control