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    bandwidth of the network is 10Mb and the fifty networked printers occasionally get all filled up. As such, the HVAC technician deems it convenient for wireless access points to be installed and all the 23 classrooms located in the new wing be added to the network. In addition, there are slow connections, especially…

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    Network intrusion takes place when an outside entity gains access to a prohibited network without authorization. A secure computer or network system should provide data confidentiality, data and communication integrity and assurance from a denial of service attack (Mukherjee, Heberlein, & Levitt., 1994, p.28). Network intrusion can have huge effects on an organization as data can be stolen, modified or erased, and equipment or programming can be harmed or annihilated. Organization in the…

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    Part based access control gives a level of reflection with the presentation of a part between the subject and the item consent. A part is a compartment with an utilitarian significance, for instance, a particular employment inside of a venture. Authorizations to questions are appointed to parts and subjects are doled out to parts. Part individuals are allowed target authorizations connected with the role(s) in which they have a place. See Figure 1. This level of deliberation assuages the weight…

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    physical threats including but not limited to crimes (criminal damage and theft) and terrorism through the use of physical security controls. Physical security necessitates applicable layers of not only physical but also technical measures to ensure a complete equilibrium between not only prevention and detection, but response measures as well. This policy is to be put in to use immediately, and is to be evaluated on a semi-annual basis to ensure it is adequate for DW&C’s needs and goals. 1.2…

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    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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    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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    Apple and Home Depot, neither company readily communicated with the public exactly what had happened, not admitting publicly what happened until after a thorough internal investigation in juxtaposition to Target quickly admitting its breach publicly in creeping increments (Kenealy, 2014). Many believe the public backlash Target received from their slow step by increasing step approach with their breach will lead others to wait longer to admit breaches until they know the full impact. The…

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    detailed accounting of what the policy will cover. Hence, an enterprise information security policy should establish and develop critical controls to reduce security risks to the organization, and must be compatible with state and federal regulations. In addition, an enterprise information security policy also integrates and formulates…

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    Human Gait Recognition

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    The most important point is to match up testing dataset with training dataset to identify the subjects where both systems are useful for access control in areas as office, airport, mega mall and other restricted places. The motion vision can be used for surveillance, access control, detection and other monitoring purposes. The most important advantage is that person walking image can be captured from long distance and the image is then processed with low resolutions. Here focus on two different…

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    Lock And Key Importance

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    Lock and key is the interaction between a several materials that allows you to have control of accessing to physical properties, which was created by ancient Egyptians and from the information I have found, the first lock and key was created so they could keep their belongings to themselves. There are multiple models for security such as lock and key, padlock, safe and many more but I selected lock and key as the topic as I use it every day in my life from unlocking doors or even securing my…

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