HSC
Network Security Consulting Agency Since 1989 - Specialized in Unix, Windows, TCP/IP and Internet
Text mode: access to the page content
Hervé Schauer Consultants
You are here: Home > Resources > Lectures > Policy Management for Security vs Policy Management for QoS
Go to: HSC Trainings
Search:  
Version française
   Services   
o Skills & Expertise
o Consulting
o ISO 27001 services
o Vulnerabilities monitoring
o Audit & Assessment
o Penetration tests
o Vunerability assessment (TSAR)
o Forensics
o ARJEL
o Training courses
o E-learning
   Conferences   
o Agenda
o Past events
o Tutorials
   Resources   
o Thematic index
o Tips
o Lectures
o Courses
o Articles
o Tools (download)
o Vulnerability watch
   Company   
o Hervé Schauer
o Team
o Job opportunities
o Credentials
o History
o Partnerships
o Associations
   Press and
 communication
 
 
o HSC Newsletter
o Press review
o Press releases
o Publications
   Contacts   
o How to reach us
o Specific inquiries
o Directions to our office
o Hotels near our office
|>|Policy Management for Security vs Policy Management for QoS  
> Access to the content HTML Beginning of the presentation  
> Description Explaining why policy management for network security, as it is already existing into enterprises, does not fit into policy management for network QoS as planned by several organizations like DMTF and IETF:
  • One entity vs multi-entities involvement
  • Segmented vs end-to-end problematics
  • Architectures  
  • > Context & Dates Talk made at IP Policing 2000, on 15 September 2000.
     
    > Author Hervé Schauer (Herve.Schauer@hsc.fr) 
    > Type 15 slides [ English - HTML ]  
    > Abstract &
    Table of content
    Flyleaf
    Agenda
    Introduction
    What is policy?
    Why?
    Policy in an Organization
    One entity vs. Multi-entity involved
    Segmented vs. End-to-End problematic
    No ISPs involved or ISPs involved
    Architectures
    LAN vs. WAN
    IPsec policy
    Conclusion
    References  
    > Related documents
    themeSecurity Policy
    [Presentation]  Extended security management [24 September 2009 - French]
    [Presentation]  Security and CIOs [6 October 2004 - French]
    [Techno-watch]  IP Policy '01 [2 October 2001 - French]
    [Presentation]  Network security policy management [9 March 2001 - French]
    [Techno-watch]  Policy 2001 Workshop [31 January 2001 - French]
    [Presentation]  Policy managment for network security [29 May 2000 - French]
    > Copyright © 2000, Hervé Schauer Consultants, all rights reserved.

     

    Last modified on 22 April 2002 at 14:36:19 CET - webmaster@hsc.fr
    Information on this server - © 1989-2010 Hervé Schauer Consultants