[VOIPSEC] Intelligent Defense in Depth
stu.jacobs at verizon.com
Tue Mar 14 18:57:06 GMT 2006
To chime in, I fully agree with what Donald said. In fact we really
need to aggregate security management across all elements so as to have
a consisten approach to manageing security nechanisms.
On Mar 14, 2006, at 1:47 PM, Smith, Donald wrote:
> Defense in Depth implies multiple layers hopefully of different
> technologies and vendors/implementations.
> I believe the intelligence refers to the layers communicating between
> each other to provide "smarter" defense.
> A holistic approach would just be to think about the entire system as
> opposed to individual elements.
> A holistic approach is a different paradigm and you SHOULD apply both.
> They are not opposites they are complementary.
> I am not really addressing the whole converged network issue.
> Services that were traditionally Analog on a digital network or
> digital services on an analog network is not anything new.
> But its a common buzz word used today by many.
> I do wonder why we aren't calling it a modemized network:)
> Security through obscurity WORKS against some worms and other tools:)
> Donald.Smith at qwest.com giac
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Mark Teicher" <mht3 at earthlink.net>
>> To: <Voipsec at voipsa.org>
>> Sent: Monday, March 13, 2006 7:41 PM
>> Subject: [VOIPSEC] Intelligent Defense in Depth
>>> Can someone please provide insight on how Intelligent
>> Defense in Depth
>>> allows for a more secure converged networked environment versus an
>>> "holistic approach" in securing a converged networked environment ?
>>> thank you in advance for your assistance
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