a. Preventive controls such as authentication so anyone trying accessing the system has to provide credentials and verify their identity, encryption so sensitive information cannot be accessed, and have a strong internal environment that educates employees on security measures.
Detective controls such as log analysis could be used to show determine if someone is trying to log on to a system and is unsuccessful.
Corrective controls such as having an effective CIRT that can access the laptop and block or delete important information so the theft cannot access the laptop.
b. Preventive controls such as a password can be used, but to ensure it stays effective it should be long, include multiple characters, be changed frequently, and not easily be guessed. Other types of …show more content…
h. Preventive controls such as proper training and educating employees so they understand to never use a USB if they don’t know where it came from or what is on it. Antimalware or spyware software can be used for security protection.
i. Preventive controls such as proper training and implementation of CIRT so that employees know where to go when an attack occurs.
Corrective controls such as practicing the incident response plan and alert process can help when attacks occur and help identify gaps in the plan so they can be fixed for when a real attack happens.
j. Preventive controls such as testing the systems and securing access by requiring proper verification of the users attempting to obtain dial-in access. Remote authentication dial-in user service is one way of verifying users for this.
k. Preventive controls such as securing wireless access by encrypting wireless traffic and authenticating all devices that try to access the network before allowing them use to the IP address.
Detective controls such as an IDS could be used to analyze for signs of attempted or successful
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ANANTH SAI KRISHNA BATTINENI BELLEVUE UNIVERSITY CIS612-T202 – COMPUTER PLATFORMS AND NETWORKING ASSIGNMENT 11.2 Passwords: Passwords provide authorization for a particular user. The correct characters will grant access to operate the system. Every operating system has the option to enable passwords for the computer system to help the user to avoid the unauthorized use of the system. Password Policy:
1. Review question #2: False positives tend to make users insensitive to alarms, and thus reduce their reactivity to actual intrusion events. Also, false positive seems like an alert, but is in fact, routine activity. A false negative seems like normal activity and is in fact an alert-level action. From a security perspective, a false negative is least desirable because a false negative are a failure in the mission of the system.
1. Installing antivirus software on all the systems, for example Norton antivirus. 2. Installing antivirus and anti spam software on email servers, examples of antispam software include: 3. Install antivirus and content filter software on firewalls 4.
In order to do hardening system on any type of software computer you would have to look at the type of location that your network is going to be installed in after you fine or survey the following location then you would definitely get a location to where you would like to place your hardware to install your firewall systems once you get the physical aspect of your file systems installed you would then have to look at how setting up the software passwords on most computers or on your security system on the network then you would not stop there because you would have to keep access controls established on the location to make sure that physical security of the location does not hinder anyone from trying to get into the location that has authorized
All data that is transmitted over a network is open to being monitored. One way to create a more secure environment would be to restrict file permissions. It is usually recommended that file permissions are set so that only necessary access is granted. Another way to create a more secure environment would be to use secure passwords to verify the user’s identity. Password security is very important when it comes to protecting not only the network, but the user and workstation.
37. Are all our email servers configured to check all incoming and outgoing emails for viruses, spam and other threats? 38. Are only authorised staff can access operating system utilities and perform software upgrade and administration to network components? 39.
Registry based policy: Only the users allowed by the library staff must be able to use the computers. This will protect the systems from unidentified access. The library staff must provide temporary login credentials to the users. 2. Disable USB ports and other external access: All the external access to the computer must be disabled which prevent the computers from hacking.
1. Introduction Nowadays, information security becomes an important thing for the organization because the data and information is one asset that has a high economic value. This is demonstrated by the many security breaches continues to increase, both in terms of the number of incidents as well as financial losses. In 2014, PWC's survey stated the number of incidents of security breach incidents as much as 42,800,000 or 48% greater than in 2013, while the total financial losses increased by 34% compared to the year 2013 (pwc.com, 2014)
Student Name: Keshab Rawal Student ID: 77171807 Word Count: Title: The rise of anti-forensics: The rise of anti-forensics: Tables of contents: • Overview • Introduction • History • Categories/Tools of anti-forensics • Conclusion • Future Work Overview: Computer forensics is an active topic of research, with areas of study including wireless forensics, network security and cyber investigations. The goal of the computer forensics is to provide information about how the crime happened, why and who is involved in the crime in any legal proceeding by using the computer forensic tools.
Vanessa Best October 9, 2015 Legal, Safety, and Regulatory in the Workplace HCS/341 Regulations, Legal, and Safety within Human Resource Management Human Resource management, Legal, Regulations, and Safety "Common sense and compassion in the workplace has been replaced by litigation." In my opinion I think I would have to disagree because not all companies and organizations aren’t like that. But, at the same time the quote focuses on how people in companies feel there isn’t any form of compassion and common sense awareness applied to the work environment. Now, it’s all about what they and you can do to make sure the organization or the company doesn’t get sued or lose money from an employee mistake or human resource
Powered by Research paper on models of change management 1 Research paper on models of change management Shireesha Muthaluru Under the guidance of Prof. Antala atul Course Period:-01/13/2015 to 02/24/2015 Submission Date: 02/03/2015 Wilmington University Research paper on models of change management 2 Abstract The research paper presents importance of models change in change management and an alternative way of thinking about technological change in organizations. The Information technology is the process of planning, developing, implementing or managing computer or electronic based applications.