Re: Security question
- From: rico_001@xxxxxxxxxxx (Rico)
- Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 22:56:01 GMT
In article <Xns98E483135E039thisnthatadelphianet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, DanS <t.h.i.s.n.t.h.a.t@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Johann Beretta <invalid@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
Does securing the network protect the network from access by
outsiders or the data on computer from them or both?
How do you figure? Securing a network does just that. It secures the
network. It doesn't protect the data on the computers. If the network
is breached there is no data protection.
If the network is breached, then it is not secured.
What of users on the network who are not authorized for certain files etc
on various computers on the network?
fundamentalism, fundamentally wrong.