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What is the difference between operating system security and network security?

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operating system security concerns about vulnerabilities on specific operating system

network system security concerns about vulnerabilities of the entire network regrdless how diverse or complex the network is.

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Operating security would be securing local machines, whereas the network security is just securing the network.

Operating system protects the computers data from viruses and hackers on the network.. network security protects all devices, servers,m computers ,mainframes on the network.

Network security concentrates on the packets of information flowing between computer systems.Operating System security controls access to resources on the server itself.Therefore, the two are looking at different things in terms of security.

Network security concentrates on the packets of information flowing between computer systems.Operating System security controls access to resources on the server itself.Therefore, the two are looking at different things in terms of security.

they difference is the network operating system is the type of system that a computer or -IT technology Company uses after it has trademarked it. The OPERATING SYSTEM is the home version

Computer security is making sure that one single computer is secure Network security is making suer that your network of computers is secure

The demands of a network operating system are to be able to share resources, and ensure network security.

Windows is a general purpose operating system and Novell NetWare is a network operating system

On a computer network, operating systems communicate with each other. In a distributed operating system, a single OS is communicating with itself across multiple machines.

A network operating system (NOS) can be defined as an operating system if the computer which main duties is to support workstations, personal computers and in some instances, older terminals that are connected on the local area network. It provides sharing of printers, common file system and database sharing, application sharing, and the ability to manage a network name directory, security, and other housekeeping aspects of a network.

a network security specialist designs and implements security solutions on computer networks they usually specialize in firewall and operating system security technologies

The server one is just for one computer. The network will control a large amount of computers for a business or a hospital setting.

Network security measures to protect data during their transmission.while Internet security measure to protect data during their transmission over a collection of interconnected networks.

Network Operating system, NOS, is software allows the system to connect to a network. Disk Operating System, DOS, is software that uses the information that is stored on a disk.

If a computer system is operating then it should be utilizing network security. So the answer would be all the time.

The difference is using a NOS ( Network Operating System), A Domain uses a NOS whereas a Workgroup does not.

an operating system is a individual computer and a network operating system is a group of computers. Many operating systems now can run on standalone computers and also on networked computers. Standalone or generic operating systems are the ones which run on standalone computers like Windows operating system running on a PC. Network operating systems are the ones which run on a server and can be accessed through client machines connected on the network. e.g. Solaris or Linux running on a server can be used as network operating systems. Even there are Windows server operating systems which can be used by clients connected on the network.

A network Operating System is that which operates between a group of connected systems and run one operating system which is shared by all the systems on a network. It also connects to an LAN Local Area Network.

Because of it is to be protect the operating system.

Many operating systems now can run on standalone computers and also on networked computers. Standalone or generic operating systems are the ones which run on standalone computers like Windows operating system running on a PC. Network operating systems are the ones which run on a server and can be accessed through client machines connected on the network. e.g. Solaris or Linux running on a server can be used as network operating systems. Even there are Windows server operating systems which can be used by clients connected on the network. ILYAS MAHIDA

Network Operating system or NOS is an OS that allows a system to connect to a network. Such as Novell and Artisoft's LANtastic. In the old days of DOS networking was not a function of the Client OS, you have to also load the NOS to get connected. Now that most Client OS's imbed network connectivity the term is now seldom used.

Desktop OS is like windows XP professional or home edition, or Mac OS X. Network I believe is either one based on being in a network, like a cloud computing OS; or a server operating system, which tells the computer how to host websites and files in a network, including the internet.

AnswerThe difference between the two is that internet is the world wide web and network is local.

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The CCNA exam is the qualifying exam available to candidates pursuing a single-exam option for the Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA certificationCCNA Security Certification meets the needs of IT professionals who are responsible for network security.


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