Having a well-documented design and internal processes can greatly simplify the management of the network. In this video, you’ll learn about logical network maps, physical network maps, asset management, IP address documentation, and the importance of documenting internal operating procedures.
There are a number of different control categorizations for physical security. In this video, you’ll learn about deterrent, preventive, detective, and compensating control types.
A proper security strategy includes both technical and physical security methods. In this video, you’ll learn about some common physical security techniques.
One of the fundamental best practices of network security is to segment the network to prevent access and protect resources. In this video, you’ll learn about network separation and how organizations can use different segmentation strategies in their infrastructure.
This month; virtual machines and physical networks, routing metrics, encapsulation, tunnels, using NTP, and Network+ exam tips.
A map of the network can be valuable information for use in troubleshooting and planning. In this video, you’ll learn about the different kinds of network maps and how they can be used.
We not only must stop the bad guys from digitally entering our network, but we also have to stop them at the door of our building. In this video, you’ll learn about physical security, hardware locks, mantraps, video surveillance, and fencing.
We spend much of our time working with command lines and operating systems, but we often forget that our computers can sometimes be a safety hazard. In this video, you’ll learn important safety information about electrostatic discharge, radio frequency interference, physical safety, environmental concerns, and much more.
The security of the devices on our network must be managed through both physical and technological means. In this video, you’ll learn the importance of good physical security, methods to restrict local and remote access to our devices, and the applications and protocols that you can use to build a more secure networking environment.
The quality of your copper and fiber infrastructure affects everything that traverses your network. In this module, you’ll learn the importance of troubleshooting physical issues like crosstalk, attenuation, shorts, opens, and impedance mismatches.