Resources Categorized: Network Security

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Signed Header
"Signed headers" typically refer to a security practice used in web applications and APIs to ensure the integrity and authenticity of data being transmitted between a client and a server. This practice involves digitally signing certain HTTP headers to provide a way for the server to verify that the request has not been tampered with and that it was indeed sent by the claimed sender. Utilizing sig
Continuous Verification
Continuous verification refers to an ongoing process of verifying and validating the identity of individuals or entities over time, rather than just during initial access or authentication . It involves regularly assessing and confirming the identity of users, systems, or devices to ensure that they remain authorized and legitimate throughout their interaction with a system or network. Continuous
Micro-segmentation is a security technique that involves dividing a large network into smaller, isolated segments at the application or workload level. Unlike traditional network segmentation , which divides a network into sub-networks at the network layer, micro-segmentation is focused on creating isolated, secure segments for individual applications or workloads. The goal of micro-segmentation i
Network Segmentation
Network segmentation is the process of dividing a large computer network into smaller, more manageable sub-networks, known as segments. The goal of network segmentation is to improve network security, increase network performance, and simplify network management. Network segmentation is typically achieved by using various types of network devices, such as routers, firewalls , and switches, to crea
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a type of security software that provides real-time analysis of security alerts generated by network hardware and applications. The goal of SIEM is to provide security teams with a consolidated view of security information from multiple sources and to help them detect and respond to security threats in real-time. SIEM typically includes the follo
Endpoint Security
Endpoint security refers to the protection of individual devices and systems that connect to a network, such as laptops, desktops, smartphones, and IoT devices. The goal of endpoint security is to secure these devices against potential security threats, such as malware, viruses, and unauthorized access, that can compromise the security of the network as a whole. Endpoint security is typically achi
Intrusion Detection
Intrusion detection refers to the process of identifying unauthorized access or malicious activity on a computer system or network. The goal of intrusion detection is to detect potential security threats and take appropriate action to prevent damage or theft of information . Intrusion detection can be performed using two main methods: signature-based intrusion detection and anomaly-based intrusion
North-South Traffic
North-south traffic refers to network traffic that enters or exits an organization's internal network, as opposed to traffic that occurs within the network (referred to as " east-west " traffic). The terms "north-south" and "south-north" are used to describe the direction of traffic flow in relation to an organization's network perimeter. North-south traffic typically refers to communication betwe
In cybersecurity, a route refers to the path that data takes from one networked device to another. Routing is the process of directing traffic from one network to another, typically based on the destination address of the data packets. This can occur at multiple levels within a network, from the core infrastructure to individual endpoints, and is an essential component of network communication. Ro
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