Network Security Protocols
Techopedia Explains Network Security ProtocolsNetwork security protocols are primarily designed to prevent any unauthorized user, application, service or device from accessing network data. This applies to virtually all data types regardless of the network medium used.
Network security protocols generally implement cryptography and encryption techniques to secure the data so that it can only be decrypted with a special algorithm, logical key, mathematical formula and/or a combination of all of them. Some of the popular network security protocols include Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) and Secure Socket Layer (SSL).
Network Security Protocol
- 3 Defenses Against Cyberattack That No Longer Work
- Money Laundering, the Internet Way
- PowerLocker: How Hackers Can Hold Your Files for Ransom
- Border Gateway Protocol: The Biggest Network Vulnerability Of All?
- 10 Myths About Multi-Cloud Data Management
- Single-Tenant vs. Multi-Tenant Applications: How to Choose