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    A recent research has illustrated that the increment of members with advanced skills in the modern day society has increased the rate at which the cybercrime occurs hence prompting the development of higher level security which means that organizations also have had to change to advanced systems that offer better security to organizational data. Although in the past the networks have been essential in giving organizations a chance for computers to share devices such as printers the basic and main advantage of computer networks are sharing of information.…

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    few final considerations to examine for the setup of the WAN and LAN networks that will be running through all Kudler locations. Here we will discuss the software and hardware needed for security and functionality of the network at each location. Firewalls Any connection to the internet has some risk of attack from external sources, which means our proposed setup introduces this risk at each Kudler location. To mitigate this risk, we can use a combination of software and hardware firewalls to…

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    Four Dorm Roommates

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    to design a solution for a dormitory network for four dorm roommates – Dave, Jerome, Thomas and Phil. These roommates share a common room with an existing high speed internet connection; they also have four separate rooms, four computers, Dave’s laser printer, Thomas’ scanner and a budget of $150 to establish a shared network. This solution will require a purchase a wireless router that can be used to network the four computers and two devices to an existing Ethernet connection point; this will…

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    “M-Commerce Security” by Laurie J. Fundukian Over the past years’ mobile devices and mobile telephones have been used worldwide now. According to L.J.Fundukian (2012), “The emergence of the wireless tablet computer, m-commerce is emerging as a major player in the world of retailing, social networking, and entertainment and the main potential threat from mobile device use is identity theft”. Computers and other mobile devices can be scrutinized by malicious codes for personal…

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    Feasibility: Should Cities Have City-Wide Wi-Fi Many cities around the world have considered implementing a form of public city-wide free Wi-Fi, whether it is in the better interest of the city is another topic. Implementing a city-wide Wi-Fi network is a logistics nightmare, the amount of planning and men required to do such a task is impressive. If done properly, this task is an impressive feat. Some cities have managed to accomplish it, and along with the wonder and awe of free Wi-Fi…

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    company looking to upgrade its current network. The company has grown from 5 to 200 employees in the past year and a half. The company is expected to grow to 350 employees in one year. ABC Accounting, Inc. will add more offices in the current building, which will span three floors. To accommodate their growth ABC Accounting is seeking the necessary solution to build an affordable, expandable, and secure network. This proposal will provide a comprehensive and secure solution for the networking…

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    Voip Security Threats

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    local for a fraction of the cost of traditional phone systems. However, VoIP networks that are not hosted within secure networking environments can have specific security drawbacks. What’s the difference between premise-based and hosted solutions? Premise-based VoIP systems “live” on site, typically in a server closet. Depending on the type of equipment you choose, a premise-based solution can be cheap. But it’s easy to overlook factors such as scalability, existing infrastructure and ongoing…

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    Zigbee Attack Essay

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    devices are not very secure. They often store the network key information in plain text without encryption or password protection. Simple AT commands can often be used to retrieve this information if the device is physically accessible. All Zigbee devices in the network have access to the encryption keys so that packets can be encoded and decoded. As a result, an attacker only needs to find the weak link in the network and exploit it to gain access to the key information. Zigbee devices are…

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    Summary: Incident Response

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    Incident Response Report Rafiu Atanda University of Maryland University College Advanced Cyber Exploitation & Mitigation Methodologies CST 630 Prof., SMITH CURTIS 8th May. 2018. Wireless and BYOD Security Plan BYOD/Wireless is a strategy that…

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    Nt1330 Unit 3 Assignment 1

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    First to connect to the internet you need an internet service provider to have access to the internet which is a router to connect to your home network to the ISP. It can be wired or wireless connected to your home network. The web browser is a program which allows me to browse web pages such as my sync email account. You need a domain name to identify the IP address to have access; they are used in URLs to find particular web pages. URL first part is named a protocol finder and indicates what…

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