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|>|Distributed Network Security  
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> Description The security of the perimeter was the first concern in network security. Many sites installed security mechanisms of the firewall type, or at least TCP/IP filters, on their Internet connection. It is now necessary to taker care of the security of the internal network, and to set up security between the various entities: students, laboratories, administration for example. For that, it is not necessary to add security devices, but simply to organize oneself to partition the network by using the existing hardware.  
> Context & Dates Talk made during the annual Security Representatives Meeting of the ECMWF, on 12 May 2000.
 
> Author Hervé Schauer (Herve.Schauer@hsc.fr) 
> Type 38 slides [ English - HTML ]  
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Introduction
Intrusion Detection Systems
VLANs, VPNs & IPsec management

Examples
Problems examples
Solutions?
Analysis
Effective solution

From IP filtering to Network Partitioning

A case study

Network Partitioning Overview
Does Network Partitioning satisfy everyone?
Performance issues associated with Network Partitioning
Scalability of Network Partitioning
Limitations of Network Partitioning
Security Policy Enforcement at Application & OS layer vs. Network layer
Fragmented, Device-Based vs. Centralized, Policy-Based Network Security Managment
Future of Network Partitioning

Conclusion
References & resources  

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