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Network security is made up of an underlying computer network infrastructure, the resources that make the network inaccessible from intruders and the policies of the network administrator. Together, these three parts come together as a whole to keep your network safe from hackers, or monitor other users of the network for security purposes.
The ability to connect to wireless hotspots everywhere from home to the local McDonalds has been a boon for hackers everywhere. Identity thieves prey on unsuspecting laptops, pilfering everything from bank account information to social security numbers. Do you know how to thwart them?
You have users clamoring to work at home using their personal computers and they need to access internal network resources. A VPN server might do the job, but then you realize your remote user computers aren’t managed at all and could put your network at risk. What options do you have?