Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security project and need an explanation t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security project and need an explanation to help me learn.Hands-on ProjectsPROjECT 1FileVerifier++® is a tool that will compute hashes onany single file, or all of your files at once. These hashesare then checked to see if there have been any changesto those files. FileVerifier++ can quickly check theintegrity… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security project and need an explanation t

You have just been hired as the Security Manager of a medium-sized Financial Ser

You have just been hired as the Security Manager of a medium-sized Financial Services company employing 250 people in New Hampshire, and have been asked to write two new security policies for this company. The first one is an e-mail policy for employees concentrating on personal use of company resources. The second policy is that… Continue reading You have just been hired as the Security Manager of a medium-sized Financial Ser

Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security project and need an explanation t

Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security project and need an explanation to help me learn.Hands-on ProjectsPROjECT 1FileVerifier++® is a tool that will compute hashes onany single file, or all of your files at once. These hashesare then checked to see if there have been any changesto those files. FileVerifier++ can quickly check theintegrity… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security project and need an explanation t

Task Description -Review the links below and other Internet sources on the Anthe

Task Description -Review the links below and other Internet sources on the Anthem and Premera data breaches. Also research ways in which identity credentials are used by attackers (for example, how they are “monetized” on the Dark Web, even if not directly used for identity theft, or used for advanced persistent threat attacks). Write a… Continue reading Task Description -Review the links below and other Internet sources on the Anthe

Many people believe that the use of biometrics is an invasion of privacy. For ex

Many people believe that the use of biometrics is an invasion of privacy. For example, an eye scanning device records the inner structure of a person’s eye and stores that image in a database. Critics worry that databases of human traits used to maintain corporate security may actually pose a privacy threat to individuals, if… Continue reading Many people believe that the use of biometrics is an invasion of privacy. For ex

Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security discussion question and need a sa

Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security discussion question and need a sample draft to help me learn.Select a performance tuning best practice you learned about this week. Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words: How does this best practice contribute to an optimized implementation of a cloud system? How does… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a cyber security discussion question and need a sa

11.1 List and briefly define three classes of intruders. 11.2 What are two commo

11.1 List and briefly define three classes of intruders. 11.2 What are two common techniques used to protect a password file? 11.3 What are three benefits that can be provided by an intrusion detection system? 11.4 What is the difference between statistical anomaly detection and rule-based intrusion detection? 11.5 What metrics are useful for profile-based… Continue reading 11.1 List and briefly define three classes of intruders.
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the random numbers (or, at least, pseudorandom numbers) are essential in cryptog

the random numbers (or, at least, pseudorandom numbers) are essential in cryptography, but it is extremely difficult even for powerful hardware and software to generate them. Go online and conduct research on random number generators. What are the different uses of these tools besides cryptography? How do they work? Explain your answer using your own… Continue reading the random numbers (or, at least, pseudorandom numbers) are essential in cryptog