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Figure 13-1 The Security Policy Development Life Cycle
Figure 13-4 Security vs. Productivity Balance
Figure 13-7 Assests, Threats, Vulnerabilities, Risks, and Protective Measures
Figure 13-13 Representative Security Architecture
Figure 13-18 Collaborative Software Infection/Reinfection Cycle
Figure 13-19 Virus Infection Points of Attack and Protective Measures
Figure 13-20(a) Packet Filters and Application Gateways
Figure 13-20(b) Proxies, Trusted Gateways, and Dual-Homed Gateways
Figure 13-21 Enterprise Firewall Architecture
Figure 13-24 Challange-Response vs. Time-Synchronous Token Authentication
Figure 13-25 Kerberos Architecture
Figure 13-26 Private Key Encryption, Public Key Encryption, and Digital Signature Encryption
Figure 13-28 Remote Authentication Dial-In User Services (RADIUS) Architecture
Figure 13-29 Tunneling Protocols Enable Virtual Private Networks
Figure 13-30 IP Packet Plus Authentication and Encryption Headers
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