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  • Why Is Network Security Important?

    What is a network segment? (LINFO 2005) Defines a network segment as a portion of a computer network that is separated from the rest of the network by a device such as a repeater, hub, bridge, switch or router. This means that the computers and/or other equipment like a server is not directly connected to the internet. Network Segment security places devices into the network so that there is not a direct link to the internet for others to have access to the information. Hubs, bridges, switches, and routers act in different manners to direct that information traffic so it makes gaining access to the computer(host) or server much more difficult. That being said, there is no such thing as a computer that is 100% secure. In regards to the security of a network, having network segmenting is essential to help protect your information on the…

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  • Active Directory Case Study

    privileges. 7. When granting access to LAN systems for GUESTS (i.e., auditors, consultants, third-party individuals, etc.), what security controls do you recommend be implemented in order to maximize C-I-A of production systems and data? Guest access should be limited to shared folders in order to maintain C-I-A of the LAN, they may also have a protected access to local machines, if it is not their own machine, and protected access to the internet. 8. When granting access for the Shop…

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  • Costco Firewalls: A Case Study

    Firewalls can be deployed on a machine, router, or LAN switch for service, direction, user, and behavior control. The firewall categories are: packet filtering firewall, which is beneficent in controlling the Internet Protocol (IP) address spoofing, source routing, and tiny fragments attacks; stateful inspection firewalls; application level gateways; and circuit level gateways. Similarly, the IPS systems are either host-based or network-based. Host-based IPS is used to protect against the…

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  • 11 Strengths And Weaknesses

    11.1 Weakness Physical security should concern more on unauthorized access and misuse, besides the integrity and availability of the sites, system and network devices. Terrorist Threat 11.2.1 Strength To protect the company from terrorism, advice from the Federal agency is needed, thus 11.2.1 is essential for a company when making policies on terrorist threat. 11.2.2 Weakness The internal procedures as well as external support and cooperation are both the support resource the Company should…

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  • Money First Security Strategy

    Employees of Money First can make errors that can greatly impact the day-to-day operations of Money First. Access Controls can be broken down into two parts: controlled access to the computer system and controlled access to the database. Computer systems should be set up with a combined ID and password that is necessary to get into the computer. IDs can be setup with the user/employees name, which is publicly known, but the passwords must be kept private/secret. Passwords should not be written…

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  • Summary: Data Integrity

    stores confidential data over the network and those only authorised are granted access. This should only be controlled through environmental physical of the network. The people in Kirby College must install security systems located around the important parts of the building, as this will prevent any security servers and network breach which will stop unauthorised users. The security level must be configured on users account so that staff and students in Kirby College can only access certain…

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  • M-Commerce Security Case Study

    onto the mobile and wireless networks which can be a major security threat for users. Some of the issues in e-commerce security are: A) Users are not informed of being susceptible to cyber-attacks. B) There is sometimes a lack of device power in that high point internet software application demand speed and memory which is still absent from some devices. C) Mobile devices are more likely to be stolen and loss. D) Authentication can be a major issue in that device users are not sure that they own…

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  • Gamblebet Fraud Case Study

    impacts and consequences are mentioned on the business of GambleBet. 4. Control design and evaluation – Mandatory steps should be executed to minimize the risks of vulnerabilities on the business of GambleBet. Strict regulations should be communicated publicly in any misuse of assets of GambleBet. The authentication methods should be improved and enhanced by using authentication mechanism where users should remember user/login id and password. Magnetic stripe card is another mechanism to…

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  • Information Security Policy

    Information security policy refers to measures taken by a company in an attempt to control the behavior of the labor force. The policy ensures that no inappropriate activities take place within the working environment. As part of the rules that the policy has to abide by is the compliance with the laws and regulation and the ability to create defense in the court (Peltier, 2016). The management must support and administer the policy in a suitable manner. It is imperative to tailor the policy as…

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  • Security Policy

    that addresses the constraints on the behavior of its members as well as restrictions on the liabilities by mechanisms such as s door, locks, keys, and walls. System security policy deals with restrictions on access external system and liabilities including programs and access to data by people. Hotel security must…

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