CompTIA Security+ Question of the week

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CompTIA Security+

Your company wishes to implement a web server, email server, and voice-over-IP server that are accessible to the rest of the Internet. However, it wants to ensure that the structure and hosts within the rest of the network are totally protected from outside access. Which of the following setups would provide this functionality?

CompTIA Security+ Security Topologies

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One of the most essential portions of information security is the design and topology of secure networks. What exactly do we mean by “topology?” Usually, a geographic diagram of a network comes to mind.

CompTIA Security+ Email and Application Security

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Some of the Security+ exam will test you on your knowledge of some basic email, Internet, and application security issues. Although the amount of detail of knowledge that is required is quite minimal, you must still have a working knowledge of some simple email and application security concepts.

CompTIA Security+ Organizational Security

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The Security Life Cycle

Physical Security Physical security refers to the aspects of information security that are related to physical threats, such as fire or natural disasters. We will cover some basic physical security threats below:

CompTIA Security+ Symmetric Key Cryptography

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In here we will learn about different symmetric key algorithms and their key features. More importantly, we will learn about some more key concepts related to cryptography as it applies to both symmetric and asymmetric algorithms.

CompTIA Security+ Firewall

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What is a Firewall? A firewall is any hardware or software designed to prevent unwanted network traffic. Some firewalls are simplistic in nature;

CompTIA Security+ Protocols

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SNMP: It (SNMP) is a mainstream convention for system administration. It is utilized for gathering data from, and designing, system gadgets, for example, servers, printers, centers, switches, and switches on an Internet Protocol (IP) system.