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Network Security Plan for Mitigating Identified Issues in a University

The First National University (FNU) is a major public higher education institution with multiple campuses and online programs.

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Added on  2023-06-11

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This presentation discusses the importance of a network security plan in mitigating identified issues in a university. It covers the scope of the plan, current risks, network security policies, security strategies, WAN, IT infrastructure, mitigating strategies, security technology implementation, and security testing. The presentation emphasizes the need for firewalls, antiviruses, and VPNs to ensure network security.

Network Security Plan for Mitigating Identified Issues in a University

The First National University (FNU) is a major public higher education institution with multiple campuses and online programs.

   Added on 2023-06-11

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Network Security Plan for Mitigating Identified Issues in a University_1
Introduction
Network security plan is a plan that helps in creating an
awareness in the organization related to the netwoek
security issues.
Network Security Plan for Mitigating Identified Issues in a University_2
Scope of the plan
The scope of the plan is to mitigate all the identified
network security issues in the organization.
Network Security Plan for Mitigating Identified Issues in a University_3
Current risks
Problems in consistency, performance and reliability
No BYOD and WAT policies
Cyber-Attacks
Network Security Plan for Mitigating Identified Issues in a University_4

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