In information security, DMZ has multiple meanings. Classically it refers to the part of the perimeter between your service provider's point of demarcation and where you assume control. It can also mean any protected network, usually one at least partially accessible via the Internet
has a number of papers shown below to help you learn about DMZ design and testing and also offers information security training in firewalls
, DMZs and VPNs
by Scott Young on DMZ design.
by Chris Mahn on three tiered
or complex DMZs, if this sounds like overkill to you, it is worth noting the Visa Security Commandments for credit card merchants specify a separate DMZ for credit card activity.
by Jeff Pipping on extranets, a special type of DMZ.
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