Strategies for Computer Networks Security

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Andrzej Gapiński


IT security of computer networks plays an increasingly important role in business operations; but at the same time the importance of its systematic improvement not always is perceived, nor are implemented ameliorations due to incorrectly accepted models or strategies. Some models of the global computer network comprehensive protection, called trust framework, are discussed by the author of this article.


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Gapiński, A. (2020). Strategies for Computer Networks Security. Kwartalnik Nauk O Przedsiębiorstwie, 32(3). Pobrano z
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