Network security isn't a one-size-fits-all strategy. Dive into the various segments of network security, and learn how they overlap and interact with each other
Lee Doyle and Charles Kolodgy write in
"IT has changed considerably, moving from a client-server environment to one driven by digital transformation, which increases the interaction of mobile devices, cloud resources -- such as SaaS and IaaS -- and IoT. All this innovation has greatly expanded the ability of people and devices to communicate. What remains constant, however, is that the network, no matter what form it takes, must protect the usability and integrity of network resources..."
VPNs have helped enterprises to expand their reach in the last decade and will help enable innovation in years to come
"In the last decade, many enterprises having facilities spread across multiple continents have adopted digital systems," recalls Sagar Nangare in
"Wide Area Networks (WANs) are extensively used to interconnect those digital systems. However, WANs are mainly built upon telephone leased lines that are too expensive for enterprises. Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have emerged as a cost-efficient solution for enterprises; VPNs use a less expensive and widely available public network, the Internet..."
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