Legal Glossary

Definition of Layered Security Policy

An method to online security known as a layer security policy is setting up numerous defenses to shield websites against malicious attacks.

A typical protection system includes numerous levels, including antivirus software, application gateways, and firewalls.

Each layer cooperates to create a solid barrier that can thwart intrusion attempts to access data or modify website settings.

In order to make sure that no malicious activity is occurring, layered security measures also include routine network traffic and user activity monitoring.

Adopting this strategy can help organizations be more ready to act promptly in the event of a breach.

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