Nonsecure network

Meaning – The term nonsecure network, refers to a set of nodes that are not controlled by a single administrative party. It is the opposite of a secure network, which is a network with security measures in place that help protect it from outside attackers.

In reality, there is no network that is perfectly secure as there are exploits and tiny bugs that may compromise the security of the network, if there is a hacker who wants to cause harm, he/she can exploit these chinks in the network and totally bring it down, causing unprecedented losses to the individual or organization

Example of usage“When the organization set up a new network connection, they employed a network expert to check the security of the network and he was shocked to see that there was a glaring bug in the network, and he recommended the organization to immediately get it fixed, as the network was currently nonsecure.”