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1. What is the difference between a security plan and a security policy? How does a security plan and a security policy relate to each other?

2. Network infrastructure design requires give-and-take to achieve business goals. What four trade offs would need to be made to achieve maximum security of a network infrastructure?

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1. Security policies are components of the security plan. According to Christopher Benson, the efficiency of the security planning can be regarded as a function of two variables, namely the developed security policies and implemented security controls “to prevent computer risks from becoming reality” (Benson C., 2015). Starting from this observation it can be asserted that a security policy points out a set of rules that must be followed for keeping the system secure, while a security plan extends the ways of implementing the already established rules...

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