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[liberationtech] Designing the best network infrastructure for a Human Rights NGO

Martin Gemzell martin.gemzell at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 15:42:09 PST 2013


On Feb 28, 2013 7:40 PM, <anonymous2013 at nym.hush.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> We are a human rights NGO that is looking to invest in the best
> possible level of network security (protection from high-level
> cyber-security threats, changing circumvention/proxy to protect IP
> address etc, encryption on endpoints and server, IDS/Physical and
> Software Firewall/File Integrity Monitoring, Mobile Device
> Management, Honeypots) we can get for a our internal network. I was
> wondering if people would critique the following network, add
> comments, suggestions and alternative methods/pieces of software.
> (Perhaps if it goes well we could make a short paper out of it, for
> others to use.)
>
> -Windows 2012 Server
> -VMWare virtual machines running Win 8 for remote access
> -Industry standard hardening and lock down of all OS systems.
> -Constantly changing proxies
> -PGP email with BES
> -Cryptocard tokens
> -Sophos Enterprise Protection, Encryption and Patch management
> -Sophos mobile management
> -Encrypted voice calls for mobile and a more secure alternative to
> Skype via Silent Circle.
> -TrueCrypt on all drives - set to close without use after a
> specific time
> -Easily controlled kill commands
> -False and poison pill files
> -Snort IDS
> -Honeypots
> -Tripwire
> -Cisco Network Appliance
> -No wifi
> -Strong physical protection in a liberal country as regards human
> rights
>
> I know there are many other factors, good training, constant
> monitoring, avoiding spearfishing, penetration testing, etc but if
> possible I would please like to keep the conversation on the
> network design and software.
>
> Thanks guys.
> -Anon
>
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