In May 2017, the Singapore Government cut direct access to the Internet from its internal systems. This is a policy that is already adopted by Korean banks, many U.S. and U.K. military establishments, as well as the Japanese government. This is to protect government-owned computer systems from potential cyber threats from malware.
This whitepaper offers guidance on how Internet separation can protect the internal network from Internet-based attacks. Physical separation may not be as productive as, and could potentially cost more than, virtual separation.
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- Email-delivered malware;
- Web-delivered malware;
- Denial of service attacks.