Securing The Network Edge

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By Force10 Networks

Network security typically requires pulling together policies at Layer 2 and Layer 3 and at each topology layer to prevent malicious or inadvertent usage. The network boundary – where users enter the network – represents an effective security checkpoint to prevent a single end-point device from either hijacking network resources or impacting the ability of other users to access network services. End-point security traps the misbehaving end-point at its closest point and minimizes the number of network links which must carry any malicious traffic.
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