10 May 2017

Physical isolation - last step in securing own internal IT-infrastructure

Physical isolation - last step in securing own internal IT-infrastructure

I wrote 4 years ago in my analysis of how Iran got Stuxnet:
http://zenosloim.blogspot.com/2013/09/how-stuxnet-hit-iran-inside-story.html
and in insecurity of Cloud services:
http://zenosloim.blogspot.com/2013/09/cloud-services-and-politics-new-cold-war.html

that only way to total security is complete physical separation of national/internal IT-infrastructure from rest of the world.

Now my advice is confirmed and applied.
"Russia’s Communications Ministry has developed a program that would allow the isolation of all internal internet traffic on servers located within the country, thus minimizing the risk of foreign hackers meddling with sensitive data."

Quote from:
https://www.rt.com/politics/387835-communications-ministry-proposes-isolation-of/

And those naives still thinking that software solutions from "neutral" small countries is "secure" or "efficient" should think twice.
Being "small" increases the risk for "planting" backdoors ordered by US authorities.

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