What is a Network Perimeter?

A network perimeter defines and secures the boundary between the private and public portions of a company or organization’s network. Private portions typically include internal files, company email, and intranet functions. Public portions include the organization’s website and any content designed to be accessed by those outside the organization. The network perimeter typically includes firewalls, border routers, and prevention and detection mechanisms.

  1. GoGuardian Beacon serves as one data point of a school's overall suicide prevention program.