What is the Goal of Internet Separation?
What is the Goal of Internet Separation?

In May 2017, the Singapore Government cut direct access to the Internet from its internal systems. This is a policy that is already adopted by Korean banks, many U.S. and U.K. military establishments, as well as the Japanese government. This is to protect government-owned computer systems from potential cyber threats from malware.

This whitepaper offers guidance on how Internet separation can protect the internal network from Internet-based attacks. Physical separation may not be as productive as, and could potentially cost more than, virtual separation.

Download this document to learn:

  • Email-delivered malware;
  • Web-delivered malware;
  • Denial of service attacks.

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