Match the following terms and definitions
a. stovepipe
b. enterprise security architecture
c. telecommunication
d. intranet
e. extranet
f. network access point (NAP)
g. remote access
h. point-to-point protocol (PPP)
i. virtual private network (VPN)
j. point-to-point tunneling protocol (PPTP)
k. Internet service provider (ISP)
l. application service provider (ASP)
m. hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP)
n. uniform resource locator (URL)
o. e-commerce
p. proxy firewall

___ 1.A provider of online applications, such as accounting applications, for a fee
___ 2. A proactive approach to enterprise security that involves developing an overall plan
___ 3. A network software program that connects one computer to another computer
___ 4. A programming language that allowed the creation of the World Wide Web
___ 5. An enterprise-wide network
___ 6. A software program permitting an employee to use the enterprise network through a secure channel
___ 7. A point on the network that offers access to the network, such as an accountant’s computer
___ 8. A provider of access to the Internet for a fee
___ 9. Online sales transactions
___ 10. A network that provides a secure channel to access the enterprise network
___ 11. Electrical transmission of data through analog or digital networks
___ 12. A wide network used by external customers and suppliers
___ 13. Accessing a computer from a remote location
___ 14. Tossing in security patches, hoping to cover vulnerabilities
___ 15. Located on a proxy server and used to intercept and inspect all incoming messages prior to delivering them to the intended recipient
___ 16. A Web site address

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