What do you refer to as secure network protocol?

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I am thinking of learning how to optimize network protocols. I do not have any background in this subject area but I am very keen to start learning about this concept. Could you kindly assist me get started on this course by providing me with some essential guidelines on how this network protocol can be applied? Can you please also talk about the benefits of learning about secure network protocol? How long does it take to learn everything necessary in order to use this knowledge to design secure protocols for communication? I will appreciate some specific information and some good resources to help me understand this topic.

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What do you refer to as secure network protocol?

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Hello,
How are you? Secure network protocol means the protocol that ensures the security and integrity of data in transit over a network connection. It defines the processes and methodology to secure network data from any illegitimate attempt to review or extract the contents of data. It primarily designed to prevent any unauthorized user, application service or device from accessing network data. This is applied virtually to all data types regardless of the network medium used. Example of this types of Protocols are SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol), SHTTP (Secure Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) and SSL (Secure Socket Layer). That is exactly it. 
 
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