Securing Home Office Wired Network (part 1)

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Securing Home Office Wired Network

Part 1

For our final module on network security we must include a discussion on SOHO network devices.  This lesson take a look at how some of the methods, tools and strategies we’ve already discussed can be deployed for the home office network AND we’ll introduce new ideas that apply to the home settings as well.

For example, in the SOHO Network environment, you will need to lock down wired network devices and one of the ways we can do that is to change the default UID and password that comes right out the box on purchase, its only met for first time use when the device is first launched after purchase.  So you’ll learn the importance of using strong password and UID standards, using secure shell and telnet login which also means applying strong password and UID standards them as well.

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