For the last few months, I have heard about a next generation model of Cybersecurity called the "Airport model."
Does anyone have more information about it?
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The Airport model is a concept where the network infrastructure is split up to different zones secured with different levels of security that share information between the zones. Airport security is very similar and thus the name.
Just like in an Airport there is a "control tower" that is in charge of detecting any anomalies or incidents in the network. This "control tower" is usually placed in the SOC(Security Operations Center) team or under the CERT(Computer Emergency Response Team).
You can view a diagram of the model here in page 2 paragraph 1.2.