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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Designing a Secure Network Framework Introduction 1.1 Analyzing Business Requirements for Security Design 1.1.1 Analyzing Existing Security Policies and Procedures 1.1.2 Determining Requirements for Securing Data 1.4 Analyzing Current Security Practices 1.2 Designing a Framework for Implementing Security 1.2.1 Predicting Threats to Your Network 1.1.3 Analyzing Security Requirements for Different 12.2 Responding to Security Incidents 1.2.4 Recovering Network Services After an Attack 1.3 Analyzing Technical Constraints when Designing Security 1.3.2 Identifying Technology Limitations 1.3.3 Analyzing Interoperability Constraints Chapter 2 Securing Servers Based on Function Introduction 3.7.1 Defining a Baseline Security Template 3.7 Design Security for Servers that Have Specific Roles 3.7.2 Modifying Baseline Security Templates According to Role Chapter 3 Designing a Secure Public Key Introduction 2.1 Designing a Public Key Infrastructure 2.1.1 Designing a Certification Authority Implementation 2.2 Designing a Logical Authentication Strategy 2.1.4 Designing Security for CA Servers 2.2.2 Designing Certificate Distribution 2.1.2 Designing Enrollment and Distribution 2.1.2 Approving Certificates by CA Administrators 2.1.3 Revoking Certificates by CA Administrators 2.1.3 Establishing Renewal and Auditing Chapter 4 Securing the Network Management Introduction 2.3 Securing the Network Management Process 2.3.1 Managing the Risks of Network Administration 2.3.2 Securing Common Administrative Tools 2.3.3 Designing Security for Emergency Management 2.4 Designing a Security Update Infrastructure 2.4.1 Designing a Software Upd


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