IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance:

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November 17, 2012  1:58 AM

A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking – Part VI



Posted by: Robert Davis
Authentication, Availability Management, Cloud Computing, Configuration Management, Encapsulating Security Payload, ICT, Information and Communication Technology, Information Technology Service Management, Infrastructure Management, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, IT Hardware, IT Security, Multiprocessing, Public Key Infrastructure, Service Delivery, Transport Mode, Tunnel Mode

Why understanding IPv6 is important to end-users Currently, the dominant internetworking protocol is Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). Yet, each IPv4 address is limited to a thirty-two bit field length, which corresponds...

November 15, 2012  2:54 AM

A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking – Part V



Posted by: Robert Davis
Authentication, Availability Management, Cloud Computing, Configuration Management, Encapsulating Security Payload, ICT, Information and Communication Technology, Information Technology Service Management, Infrastructure Management, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, IT Hardware, IT Security, Multiprocessing, Public Key Infrastructure, Service Delivery, Transport Mode, Tunnel Mode

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November 10, 2012  2:40 AM

A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking – Part IV



Posted by: Robert Davis
Authentication, Availability Management, Cloud Computing, Configuration Management, Encapsulating Security Payload, ICT, Information and Communication Technology, Information Technology Service Management, Infrastructure Management, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, IT Hardware, IT Security, Multiprocessing, Service Delivery

Upon arrival at the destination, the original internetworking message is reassembled in the correct order, based on the imprinted packet sequence number. Thus a virtual connection is established with the end-station through a

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November 8, 2012  1:20 AM

A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking – Part III



Posted by: Robert Davis
Authentication, Availability Management, Cloud Computing, Configuration Management, Encapsulating Security Payload, ICT, Information and Communication Technology, Information Technology Service Management, Infrastructure Management, Internet, Internet Governance, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, IT Hardware, IT Security, Multiprocessing, Service Delivery

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November 2, 2012  11:13 PM

A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking – Part II



Posted by: Robert Davis
Authentication, Availability Management, Cloud Computing, Configuration Management, Encapsulating Security Payload, ICT, Information and Communication Technology, Information Technology Service Management, Infrastructure Management, Internet, Internet Governance, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, IT Hardware, IT Security, Multiprocessing, Service Delivery

Packet-switched networking model As presented in the article A Few Fundamentals of Networking Electronically Encoded Data, data must be organized for transmission. Thus, the creation of usable telecommunication packets requires appending a unique header to the message destined...


November 1, 2012  3:28 AM

A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking – Part I



Posted by: Robert Davis
Authentication, Availability Management, Cloud Computing, Configuration, Encapsulating Security Payload, ICT, Information and Communication Technology, Information Technology Service Management, Infrastructure Management, Internet, Internet Governance, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, IT Architecture, IT Hardware, IT Security, Multiprocessing, Service Delivery

The Internet is a worldwide system of computer networks in which users at any one computer can, if they have permission, get information from any other connected computer. Internet protocols are a support structure for...


July 6, 2009  7:02 PM

Trans-border Communication Protection – Part IV



Posted by: Robert Davis
Configuration Items, Encapsulating Security Payload, Encapsulation, ESP, Infrastructure, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, Open Systems Interconnection, OSI, Privacy, Secure Socket Layer, SSL, Transport Mode, Tunnel Mode, Virtual Private Network, VPN

The primary distinguishing feature between IPSec and SSL is their respective OSI reference model protocol communication tier levels. IPSec operates at the network layer of the


July 2, 2009  8:12 PM

Trans-border Communication Protection – Part III



Posted by: Robert Davis
Configuration Items, Encapsulating Security Payload, Encapsulation, ESP, Infrastructure, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, Open Systems Interconnection, OSI, Privacy, Secure Socket Layer, SSL, Transport Mode, Tunnel Mode, Virtual Private Network, VPN

Generally, a VPN is recognized as a confidential data plexus that employs the public telecommunication infrastructure while maintaining...


June 29, 2009  6:52 PM

Trans-border Communication Protection – Part II



Posted by: Robert Davis
Configuration Items, Encapsulation, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, Privacy, Secure Socket Layer, SSL, Transport Mode, Tunnel Mode, Virtual Private Network, VPN

SSL is a protocol suite enabling in transit security through data encryption, server authentication, and message integrity at four Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model layers. For Internet communications, SSL is normally utilized in conjunction with an entity's


June 25, 2009  7:43 PM

Trans-border Communication Protection – Part I



Posted by: Robert Davis
Configuration Items, Internet Protocol Security, IPSec, Privacy, Secure Socket Layer, SSL, Virtual Private Network, VPN

Legal compliance with local, national and regional privacy requirements is complex and dynamic. Every problem on the local level compounds exponentially when private data is shared across multiple...


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