Lisa Bock discusses protecting the data center, which is a large group of servers that provides storage, processing, and distribution of critical company data for the network clients.
- [Narrator] The data center is a large group of servers…that provide storage, processing, and distribution…of critical company data for the network clients.…It's the heart of any enterprise network…and is located in a central location,…generally in a secure computer or server room.…Company data is accessed in one of several ways,…all of which might have a RAID configuration.…Direct attach storage is attached,…such has a hard drive in a server.…
Network attach storage is a group of file servers…and storage area network is a separate subnetwork,…that houses a large amount of data.…A data center will house one or more storage area networks…and will most likely have Cloud backup for redundancy.…The configuration of the data center is to isolate…the servers in a separate subnetwork,…that provide a central location…to manage access to the servers.…
Network administrators can then secure, filter,…and prioritize traffic.…The data center must ensure high availability.…So the design will include redundancy, load balancing,…
- Security principles and terms
- SIEM technology
- Common security threats
- Social engineering
- Data loss prevention
- Cryptographic concepts
- Symmetric and asymmetric encryption
- Hash algorithms
- Network topologies, CAN, WAN, and SOHO
- Securing a virtual environment
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1. Security Principles
2. Common Security Threats
4. Describe Network Topologies
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