How to Protect Against Network-based Security Threats

The eReviewGuide network security guide outlines prophylactic layers for maximum network security and protection.

 By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Aug 22, 2011
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According to, as more people use the Internet and social networking websites, the intersection between network-based attacks and higher levels of trust has put more and more people at risk. has released a network security protection guide that explains the different layers of protection network administrators and home users can employ to prevent virus and network-based attacks.


"'Prophylactics prevent infection by blocking one system against infectious contact with another system,' said Oliver Thompson, media relations officer at 'Prophylactics are just as effective in computer software and networking as they are in a human setting. However, like in human health, the effectiveness of prophylactic measures depends in large part on the actions of the person employing the prophylactic methods," said Thompson."

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