Discover the definition of the term Osi (Model) presented by Les Assises de la Cybersécurité.


The OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) model is a network model initiated in the late 1970s to allow the interconnection of different digital systems and therefore, until now, unable to exchange with each other. The most significant aspect of the OSI model for cybersecurity is its definition of the concept of abstraction layers (each relying on the one below to provide a service to the one above), which makes it possible to define which threats apply and which filtering technology must be positioned (see "Layers" for more details on the layers of the OSI model).

This model has not evolved much over time, because it cannot be questioned: OSI who thinks badly...

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