Lupo, James A.
Barnes, Stephen D.
College for Professional Studies
MS Computer and Information Technology
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Considering the advancement of computer systems and security solutions available in today's constantly changing world, there are various philosophies as to what is required (or adequate) in order to protect a system. This investigative study proposed to explore a possible problem with employing a layered security solution\ over dependence or reliance on any layer. A risk analysis was performed to determine where over dependence or reliance could happen and what could be done to prevent this. Various reviews and other findings online were researched and the data compiled using a qualitative methodology. Lastly, a recommendation is made on what is needed to prevent this problem from happening and what can be learned from this.
Date of Award
© Olga Brandt
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Brandt, Olga H., "Layered Security Solutions Over Dependency Within Any Layer" (2010). All Regis University Theses. 287.