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Traditional network perimeter security is made up of many different parts, all of which work together to provide a security solution for the network. Traditional perimeter security will begin with the authentication of the user, generally by using a username and password. Traditional security will then make sure that access protocol is followed by placing restrictions on what the user can access within the network when unauthorized. Some businesses may also deploy honeypots, a decoy network that is set up with deliberate security flaws. Remote workers and other offices can establish a secure connection to the head office’s network without the risk of an attacker infiltrating the network through remote user.