Computer Network Defence

Computer network defense refers to security measures often implemented to block out snoopers, hackers, and other malicious third parties. As a result, computer network defense tools help a user monitor the computer, analyze attack patterns, and identify infiltrators to respond adequately to attacks.

Some computer network defense actions

A computer often defends its network through the following methods:

  • Using a firewall to provide extra security.
  • Frequently monitoring when your network is accessed, including when members of staff use cloud services.
  • Ensuring your staff stays abreast of social engineering and cybersecurity attacks.
  • Keeping a record of all security practices to be promptly consulted or reviewed in the future.
  • Ensuring all endpoints, including work-related mobile phones, are secured.