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Security architecture review
From: vijaych27 () gmail com
Date: 2 May 2010 23:29:30 -0000

Hi all,

I am currently working on a project that involves security architecture review. Key points that I am looking at would 
include perimeter security, placement of DMZ, redundancy, network topology (from security perspective), security around 
network services, business's dependency towards IT..etc. I have come to realise that the review is probably going in a 
direction which is based on my understanding (read as experience) of network security which may not cover all aspects 
of network security. Is there a standard/best practice/guidelines that I can refer to which would cover all areas of 
network security.

Apologize if the question is bit vague.
Any help/direction is much appreciated.

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