Your IT professionals can protect you even more than they are now.
In the experience of auditing, most organizations know to use a DMZ that functions as a buffer zone between your internal network and the public Internet.
Sometimes it is even better to have a buffer zone in-between your local network and the DMZ. In other words, for traffic to get into your network, the traffic will have to get past at least three firewalls.
Since this blog post is directed towards an executive level audience, I’ll invite IT professionals to contact me for more details. And, for any of you who are interested, click here to download a diagram that provides both a clear visual and also the details you will find helpful.
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