Analysing Five Layers Of Computer Security
In my previous article , I have discussed at length some of the facts that you need to know about computer security. In this article , I want to look at the five layers of computer security. Follow me as we will be analysing this together in this article.
#1 Physical Security
This has to do with the process of safeguard network hardware , computers, and other infrastructure from intruders and theifs. Most at times , you have to ensure that computer devices are kept away from locations where they can be damaged or tampered with. You have to keep some of these data away from unauthorised access as much as possible.
#2 Network Security
This has to do with protecting your network appliances and their services from unauthorised modification , destruction and disclosure. This will prevent hackers and unathorised users from having access to your network resources.
#3 System security
This protect system and it’s resources as well as information from corruption , theft and unauthorised access to users resources. This will ensure that computer systems available in the organisation are kept secured.
#4 Application Security
This has to do with the use of software , hardware and procedural methods to protect applications against external attacks. It has to do with all measures that organisations has put in place in order to ensure that users are secured when using organisations resources .
#5 User security
This ensures that a valid user is logged in and that the logged in user is allowed to have access to all the resources that are needed in order to guarantee user experience.
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