Cis 512 Week 3 Case Study 1 Advanced Persistent Threats Against Rsa Tokens Cis512 Week 3 Case Study 1 Advanced Persistent Threats Against Rsa Tokens

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CIS 512 Week 3 Case Study 1 Advanced Persistent Threats Against RSA Tokens
Due Week 3 and worth 100 points
Authentication breach by impersonation or password crack has been popular for attackers to breach our assets. The latest RSA APT attack to breach one of the most secure RSA tokens alerted the industry and reminded all of us that there is no security that can last forever. We must remain vigilant and stay ahead of the game. Read the following document titled, “APT Summit Findings”,
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The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
Describe the industry requirements and organizational challenges of forming a sound information security workforce from a management perspective. Define common and emerging security issues and management responsibilities. Analyze the methods of managing, controlling, and mitigating security risks and vulnerabilities. Explain access control methods and attacks. Use technology and information resources to research issues in security management. Write clearly and concisely about the theories of security management using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions.
CIS 512 Week 3 Assignment 1 Numerical Precision
The storage and representation of numbers in a computer can lead to costly mistakes because of precision errors. When using floating point numbers, one must make sure that the correct number of digits is used in a calculation because rounding errors can produce values that lead to errors. Consider the floating point format, exponential format, and binary coded decimal (BCD).
Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: 1. Analyze the floating point format in order to:
a. Determine how floating point numbers are stored in memory.
b. Discuss the ease or difficulty of manipulating and using floating point numbers in arithmetic calculations. 1. Determine whether or not you believe that the

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