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Project Part 1
Security Policy Outline
First World bank wants to provide banking services online to its customers. The institution estimates over $100,000,000 a year in online credit card transactions for loan applications and other banking services. According to a team that was formed using a Linux an open source infrastructure would roughly as estimated give an annual cost savings in licensing fees alone can be as much as $4,000,000. The assets while using Linux open source infrastructure goal would be maintaining (CIA) triad confidentiality, integrity, and availability in the infrastructure
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SULLIVAN UNIVERSITY |
Cyber Security |
Patrice Brockington |
The security of online files, applications, documents, consumer information, and organization information are just some of the valued items that need to be secure from cyber threats. Companies and organization that utilize the internet to conduct business know all too well the importance of securing the information and any and all information of those that they do business with. Having some general knowledge of what cyber security is and the importance of it is our purpose in this brief.
Cyber security is the “measures taken to protect a computer or computer system (as on the
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Security management and systems have often been perceived as a non –productive expensive capital overhead by the stakeholders of companies and a hindrance to employees.
The purpose of this assignment is to, Identify what is seen as the main purpose of security management and discuss what is meant by the statement ‘security measures must be commensurate with the threat’.
Judgements on risk are made by almost all of us on a daily basis, this may be something as simple as crossing the road, subconsciously we adopt a thought process, how fast is the traffic moving? Is it wet? What is the distance needed to travel to safety? Once this
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When it comes to networking and the security of networks, there are several different methods of protecting networks. Of these differing methods, some of them sound similar, but provide differing levels of security. In the following paragraphs, I will try to explain the differences between some of the methods used.
• Explain the difference between historical and statistical logging.
Logging is a simple way of keeping a record of activity on a network. There are several types of logs that can be kept, each providing different data that can be analyzed to provide information on potential ways of improving security over time. With historical logging, records are kept of
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Security Assessment for JLJ Information Technology Group
By John Jacobs
Table of Contents
Company Description 3
Management Controls 3
Operational Controls 4
Technical Controls 5
Concerns and Recommendations 6
JLJ Information Technology Group helps organizations of all sizes to successfully do business online. Their complete portfolio of technology services drives business effectiveness and profitability for many customers not only in the United States but also around the world.
The breadth of their offering extends from helping small businesses
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Week Seven Case Study
Data security is a critical factor that all individuals and organizations should be concern about. When taking into consideration sensitive data that businesses and individuals hold from financial information to personal information such as social security numbers, any breach in security could be damaging. Data security are methods used to protect data and sensitive information from unauthorized users by preventing unauthorized access to computers, databases and websites (techopedia, 2014). A certain data input/storage/output environment that I came face to face is my frequent visit to Merrick Bank’s online website. As a member of Merrick Bank, I have
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Since 9/11, our nation has been obsessed with air-travel security. Terrorist attacks from the air have been the threat that looms largest in Americans' minds. As a result, we've wasted millions on misguided programs to separate the regular travelers from the suspected terrorists -- money that could have been spent to actually make us safer.
Consider CAPPS and its replacement, Secure Flight. These are programs to check travelers against the 30,000 to 40,000 names on the government's No-Fly list, and another 30,000 to 40,000 on its Selectee list.
They're bizarre lists: people -- names and aliases -- who are too dangerous to be allowed to fly under any circumstance, yet so innocent
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In years past, security threats came from geniuses or nerdy students with lots of time. The numbers of these people were relatively small. Their main motivation was to prove that they could break into another network. Since then, the number of potential attackers and the sophistication of the attacks have increased exponentially. Attacks that once required attackers to have an advanced degree in computing now can be done with easily downloaded and freely available tools that the average junior-high student can figure out how to use. Every company and almost every person connects to the Internet, making essentially the whole world vulnerable to attack.
The biggest danger today may be the
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IS3230 Access Security
Competitive Use of Information talks about the advantage of having sacred valuable information, because if a company or an organization has access to formulas, recipes, and trade secrets from a competitor, it would be key to putting together a strategy to eliminate the competition.
Warfare as a Model for Business talks about the competition, for example liking Starbucks or coffee bean. Do you like eBay or amazon, do you like coke or Pepsi.
Here is a reference to the section: The basic idea of warfare as a model for business is to view your competitors as opposing armies, and market share
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Summary of the National Food Security Bill 2013
(revised version, as tabled in Parliament, 22 March 2013) 1. Preliminaries The Bill seeks “to provide for food and nutritional security in human life cycle approach, by ensuring access to adequate quantity of quality food at affordable prices to people to live a life with dignity and for matters connected therwith and incidental thereto”. It extends to the whole of India and “shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette appoint, and different dates may be appointed for different States and different provisions of this Act”. 2. Entitlements Public Distribution System (TPDS) Priority
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international laws accepted by most of them. They are necessarily demand to understand and assimilate the security technologies very firmly or else, they can be easily twisted or overwhelmed by the technical details and probably could be suppressed mentally by the lawyers and the expert witnesses from both prosecutor and the defender.
Truthfully, when we go back to the root of the issue, as the internet users, we need to have our own limits in using the technologies provided to us these days. The safety precautions and avoidance advices that need to be concerned are those barriers that will save us from any crime that relates to the cyber world. It looks like people now will never learn from what had
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Maintaining internet security is of the utmost importance to higher education systems. The majority of universities’ administrative, financial, and clinical systems are available through a campus-wide network (Rasmussen, 2011). This means that highly confidential documents, such as student’s personal information, medical records, and much more are housed on campus servers. This information is vulnerable to security threats and puts the university at risk for lawsuits if the information is exposed. Student’s internet use on campus daily comes in contact with social network targeting, malicious software, infrastructure attacks, phishing, and peer-to-peer file transfers (Rasmussen, 2011
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Computer security (Also known as cybersecurity or IT Security) is information security as applied to computers and networks.
The field covers all the processes and mechanisms by which computer-based equipment, information and services are protected from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction. Computer security also includes protection from unplanned events and natural disasters.
One way to think of computer security is to reflect security as one of the main features
Some of the techniques in this approach include:
The principle of least privilege, where each part of the system has only the privileges that are needed for its function. That way even if an attacker
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In: Computers and Technology
Information Security Modification Recommendations
Service Level Agreement Between Finman Account Management, LLC, Datanal Inc., and Minertek, Inc.
After careful review of the current Service Level Agreement(SLA) “A Service Level Agreement for Provvision of Specified IT Services Between Finman Account Management, LLC, Datanal, Inc., and Minertek, Inc.” we have determined that standard Information Technology security measures have not been addressed fully. Following are the recommended changes highlighted in the specific sections that need to be addressed. These changes are being recommended to protect Finman’s data and intellectual property
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Historical Laws and Security
Historical Laws and Security
In a brief description, here you will find the following laws in which they were originated. Civilizations throughout time have found it necessary to establish a set of laws dependent on their society's religious beliefs, social structure, setting, and other variables. Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter, literally "Great Paper"), also called Magna Carta Libertatum (Great Charter of Freedoms), is an English legal charter, originally issued in the year 1215. It was written in Latin. Magna Carta required King John of England to proclaim certain rights (pertaining to nobles and barons
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Cyber security refers to the practices and processes that are used in technologies such as networks, computers, information and programs from damages by unwarranted entities (Ahmad, Yunos & Sahib, 2012). There are different attacks towards technology which may distort information or be used to create tension in an organization. Information stored in computers has some level of privacy and this depends on the level of sensitivity that such information may have towards that organization. Business strategies, political discussions and government documents are some of the documents that require a higher degree of privacy. However, there are individuals who cause deliberate attacks
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1. What is risk management? Why is the identification of risks, by listing assets and their vulnerabilities, so important to the risk management process?
Risk management is the process of identifying risk, as represented by vulnerabilities, to an organization’s information assets and infrastructure, and taking steps to reduce this risk to an acceptable level. Each of the three elements in the C.I.A. triangle, introduced in Chapter 1, is an essential part of every IT organization’s ability to sustain long-term competitiveness. When an organization depends on IT-based systems to remain viable, information security and the discipline of risk management must become an integral part of the
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The Future of Social Security
December 11, 2010
The Future of Social Security
Social Security will not meet the needs of the younger generations in retirement because the depletion of funds in the Social Security trusts. The age requirement is predicted to rise to 70 by 2037 for those who can draw full benefits. There are people who survive on their monthly benefits from Social Security, but how long will it be before they cannot live on this amount of money? Under current laws and program benefits, the future of Social Security is unstable unless changes are made. Once the trust funds are exhausted, the funds do not have the ability to borrow
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Chapter 3 questions
1. Laws are rules that mandate or prohibit certain behavior. Ethics define socially acceptable behaviors.
2. Civil law comprises a wide variety of laws that govern a nation or state and deal with the relationships and conflicts between organizational entities and people.
3. Criminal, administrative, and constitutional law.
4. National information infrastructure protection act of 1996, modified several sections of the pervious act and increased the penalties for selected crimes.
5. Security and freedom through encryption act of 1997.
6. In this context is not absolute freedom from obeservation, but rather is a more precise "state of being free
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I. Overview of Air Cargo Security Management
1. General Air Cargo Security Situation
Today, aviation is one of the world’s most important business. The growth of the industry over the past decades has made it one of the biggest contributor to the expansion of global economy. Therefore, an emphasis on airline security is undoubtedly important.
Logistics security is not only contingent on safe passage and avoidance of hazards, but also assurance that goods have not been tampered with and kept secure.
There are several security threats such as Terrorism, Organised Crime and Cargo Theft, Hijacking and Piracy, Drug/human smuggling, Illegal weapons, Counterfeit goods, Illegal exports of
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Cyber security and its challenges to society
Final Project Report
Abdul Majid Qayyum
Why is cyber security important? 4
The Impact of Cyber Security 5
The Cultural Impact 5
The Official Impact 5
The Solution Impact 5
Defining Cyber Security 6
Technology & Modern Life 6
What is Cyberspace? 6
What is Cyber Warfare? 6
Cyber is not Hype 7
What Cyber Security Isn’t 7
Types of Cyber-crimes 8
Cyber Stalking: 9
Identity Theft: 9
Malicious Software: 9
Child soliciting and Abuse: 9
Cyber Bullying 10
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Security Recommendations To Prevent Social Engineering Attacks
A social engineering attack is a non technical attack that attacks the mindset of the victim. An intruder prefers this attack, because the human mindset has more weaknesses than many systems do. There are several implementations that can be used to deter social engineering attacks. The following are list of security recommendations to thwart social engineering attacks that must be used by all company employees:
· Do not click on any links in an e-mail instead scan the link with a virus scanner and type the link in the browser instead of clicking on the link.
· Do not open any e-mail attachments without first during a
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User Manual for Android Multi Tools v1.02b
first device must install correct driver
This program works with any Android device .
Requires root and enable Debug mode or fast boot mode.
choice 1-6,S,H can work with Debug Mode only.
choice 7-9 can work with Fastboot Mode only.
1.Check Device for check connection of device to PC.
2.Reset Face/PIN Lock for reset face lock on android 4.1.x and PIN lock without lost data.
3.Reset Face/Gesture Lock for reset face lock on android 4.1.x and Gesture lock without lost data. After device reboot Then you can draw anything for unlock.don't forget close lock in security menu
4.Reset GMail for reset gmail login after try many
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The Business Enterprise 508
December 11, 2011
Microsoft Corporation and Apple Computers, Inc. Annual Report Comparison as we all know that both of these companies have become public figures names. Both companies have many divisions, and both manage extensive assets and liabilities. In searching various internet articles both reported large amounts of income, and the matter of accounting checks and balances becomes more complicated than many smaller companies. Apple, Inc. is Microsoft’s biggest competitor in designing and developing computer software. Apple was started in April of 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. In January of 1977, Apple was
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Kudler Fine Foods Frequent Shopper Program Security Concerns
Kudler Fine Foods is an upscale food specialty store with three locations in the San Diego metropolitan area. The needs of the customers and overall satisfaction is the main mission that Kudler strives to uphold. Kudler Fine Foods has experienced significant growth and is now focused on expanding services, improving the efficiency of its operations and increasing the consumer purchase cycle as a means to increasing the loyalty and profitability of its consumers (Apollo Group Inc., 2013). Kudler must first review the legal, ethical, and security concerns as well as any financial concerns contained within the cost of this new
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Disseminating Organizational IT Security and Troubleshooting Best Practices
CIS329: Administering Desktop Clients
Professor Cynthia Orth
17 March 2013
Disseminating Organizational IT Security and Troubleshooting Best Practices
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Unit 2 Assignment: Security Policy Implementation
Beth A. Grillo, MHA, CPC-A
July 19th, 2016
IT540-01: Management of Information Security
Dr. Kenneth Flick
Table of Contents
Unit Two Assignment: Security Policy Implementation 3
Part 1: Step 29 3
Part 1: Step 36 3
Part 3: Step 33 4
Part 3: Significance of Strict Password Policy 5
Unit Two Assignment: Security Policy Implementation
Part 1: Step 29
Part 1: Step 36
Part 3: Step 33
Part 3: Significance of Strict Password Policy
When attempting to protect company information it is important to utilize strict password policies. According to a Guest Contributor on TechRepublic (2006
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In this paperwork MGT 325 WEEK 3 Discussion Questions 1 (Measuring Performance) you will find solution on the following task: "There are two ratios which are used to measure airline performance. One measures efficiency while the other measures equipment utilization. Is this sufficient? In 200
Business - Marketing
Capital Structure Theory in general assumes that:
A firm's value is determined by capitalizing (discounting) the firm's expected net income by the firm's cost of equity.
A firm's cost of capital rises as a firm uses more financial leverage.
A firm's value is determined by discounting the firm's expected cash flows by the WACC
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Tracy E Fulford
Certified Security Project Manager
Table of Contents
Training and Selection
Concept of Security
Security Programs and Training
TRACY E FULFORD
2414 County Road 90
Career objective; highly experienced Military Security Senior Non-Commissioned Officer seeking to
transition into the private sector security industry. Certified by the Security Industry Association as a
Certified Security Project Manager in May 2015. Very
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CAP study guide –
1. Who is responsible for establishing the rules for appropriate use and protection of the subject information (e.g. rules of behavior)?
a. System owner
2. Who has the authority to formally assume responsibility for operating an information system at an acceptable level of risk?
a. Accrediting Authority
3. Who is responsible for ensuring that the appropriate operational security posture is maintained for an information system and in many organizations is assigned responsibility for the day-to-day security operations of a system?
a. Information System Security officer
4. Who is responsible for conducting a comprehensive assessment
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Description Unlimited Security International
Unlimited Security International is a diversified company composed of two segments (Security Solutions, and Fire Protection) that provides vital products and services to customers around the world.
Security Solutions: Sell, designs, installs and maintains integrated systems to detect intrusion, control access and react to movement, fire, smoke, flooding, environmental conditions, industrial processes and other hazards.
Fire Protection: Sell, designs, installs and maintains fire detection, fire sprinkler, fire suppression, emergency communications, and nurse call systems in both new and existing facilities.
Our global reach allows us to
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New Policy Statements for the
Heart-Healthy Information Security Policy
New User Policy Statement
The current New Users section of the policy states:
“New users are assigned access based on the content of an access request. The submitter must sign the request and indicate which systems the new user will need access to and what level of access will be needed. A manager’s approval is required to grant administrator level access.”
There are procedures for creating new user account profiles. HIPPA requires that an Information Security Officer (ISO) must be assigned to the network account profiles. This appointed person(s) is usually the network or system security administrator of the
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Robert T. Pepper
7007 Oak Road
Hughesville, MD 20637
301-870-1002 (Hm) – 240-577-9247 (Cell)
To secure a position in the security defense field.
Self-starter with involved style of leadership. Excellent communicator with the ability to elicit interest, enthusiasm, drive and energy using a common sense approach. Adept at sizing up situations, analyzing facts and developing alternative courses of action in order to achieve, even exceed desired results.
▪ Trained in basis computer skills
▪ Proven supervisory abilities, deal equitably with all levels
▪ Six years of Nuclear Security/Protection
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1.) Two types of security events and baseline anomalies that might indicate suspicious activity. If high numbers of authentication failures are being recorded on the logs or if a large number of unauthorized access attempts are made this might be a red flag to personnel that a security breach is being attempted or has occurred. Establishing a good baseline of your system showing normal everyday activity a IT professional should be able to view the logs and see if any violations or abnormality’s exist.
2.) Given a list of policy violations and security breaches, select three breaches, and consider the best options for controlling and monitoring each incident. Identify the methods to
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Impact of Data Classification Standard and Internal Use Only
Data classification standard provides the means of how the business should handle and secure different types of data. Through security controls different data types can be protected. All these security controls should apply to each of every IT infrastructure in which it will state how the procedures and guidelines will guarantee the organization’s infrastructures security.
This report will identify the definition of “Internal Use Only” data classification standard of Richman Investments. Internal Use Only includes information that requires protection from unauthorized use, disclosure, modification, and or destruction pertaining
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IS3340-WINDOWS SECURITY |
Auditing Tools for Windows System |
Unit 4 Assignment 1 |
1. You want to schedule a weekly analysis for the Windows servers in your data center. The command should run as a scheduled job and report any available patches for the Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system, Internet information services (IIS) Web server, or structured query language (SQL) server that have not been installed. Which tool would be the best choice?.
MBSA command line interface
2. You like the way MBSA presents scan results but you need to scan for vulnerabilities in older Windows products, including Microsoft Office 2000. Which tool provides
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Public Policing Versus Private Security Comparison Paper
November 23, 2013
Public Policing Versus Private Security Comparison Paper
An individual seeking employment dealing with police work has the option of either obtaining a job as a private security officer or a police officer. Many similarities and differences exist concerning the two roles of public policing and private security. How private security and police officers operate and work together among the two organizations is different, but both entities display leadership responsibilities. The influences that both organizations have on the criminal justice system would be much better if both entities would
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Toshiba Taps Webroot to Provide Web Security in the Cloud
The Tokyo-based Toshiba Corporation is a brand recognized for its innovative electronic and electrical products. With a global reach of 161,000 employees on six different continents, Toshiba is the ninth largest manufacturer of electronics with annual sales over 53 billion dollars.
At the Toshiba branch in France, Jerome Jasmin, Director of the Information Department, and his staff of 12 were working hard to provide efficient Web protection to the branch’s 600 employees. They had two different solutions in place for Web security—a hardware appliance and a software product— but malware still
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1. Shovels and Shingles is a small construction company consisting of 12 computers that have internet access. Discretionary Access Controls should be used in this scenario because the company is small and not in need of high security environment. This solution is the simplest to maintain and monitor for a small business.
2. Top Ads is a small advertising company consisting of 12 computers that have internet access. All employees communicate using smart phones. Mandatory Access Controls should be used in this scenario because the employees primarily communicate using smart phones, which opens up a security risk. Mandatory Access Controls are a step up stronger than Discretionary
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Employees are often referred to as the face of the organization that employs them. This relationship holds true for the private security industry and the personnel who make up the force. Organizations that employ private security personnel have an obligation to provide qualified, well trained, professionals. State and federal regulations regarding licensing, applicant background checks, recruitment methods, and organizational standards are key elements to the hiring process of potential employees. A lack of care in pre-employment vetting can increase of the risk of civil and criminal liabilities for both
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In the competitive world of healthcare, it is important that organizations establish data security measures to protect a patient’s confidentiality and privacy. Electronic health records (EHRs) must be protected against unauthorized users to prevent the misuse of protected health information (PHI). Health care organizations must protect their information systems from a variety of potential threats. This can include “intentional or unintentional damage to hardware, software, or data or misuse of the organization’s hardware, software, or data” (Wager, Lee, & Glaser, 2009, p. 252). This paper will review two data security articles and describe the measures being used, how they were being used
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SEC 470 Entire Course
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Write a 1,400 to 1,750 word paper in which you address the political issues associated
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ING Life and
Connection and Security Business Solution
Dr. Richard Brown
February 15, 2016
ING Life is the leading provider of life insurance in Canada. The company is based in Ontario and operates out of three regional offices. In 1997, brokers at ING relied on phone, fax, and postal service to process policy information. Response times would take from hours to days to process. The company did have 56-kbps frame wide area network, but it only connected to the Ontario headquarters and the 70 managing general agent offices within the organization. It would send information through TCP/IP to a System Network Architecture (SNA) and route
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ITT-Technical institute |
Capstone Project |
Department of Homeland Security |
Rudy Olave (12341891) |
Table of Contents
Introduction --------------------------------------------------------- Page 3
Background of the topic and linked topic--------------------Page 5
Research Question--------------------------------------------------Page 9
Results----------------------------------------------------------------- Page 13
The reason that I chose this topic in homeland
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One of a company's biggest concerns is that their software falls prey to reverse engineering. A secret algorithm that is extracted and reused by a competitor can have major consequences for software companies. Also secret keys, confidential data or security related code are not intended to be analysed, extracted and stolen or even corrupted. Even if legal actions such as patenting and cyber crime laws are in place, reverse engineering remains a considerable threat to software developers and security experts.
In software development, obfuscation is the deliberate act of creating obfuscated code, i.e. source or machine code that is difficult for humans to understand
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activity—the level that maximizes net benefit—is attained when no further increases in net benefit are possible for any changes in the activity, which occurs at the activity level for which marginal benefit equals marginal cost: MB = MC” (Thomas & Maurice, 2011, p. 97). In other words, the optimal value for pollution reduction is found when the marginal cost equals the marginal revenue.
To find the optimal value, one would set the marginal cost equal to the marginal revenue and solve for P.
MC = 40P MR = 1000-10P
40P = 1000-10P
10P + 40P = 1000
Twentyfirst Century Electronics has discovered a theft problem at its warehouse and has decided to hire security guards. The firm wants to
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This document MGT 350 Week 2 Learning Team Case Analysis Project Plan Critical Thinking Strategies in Decision Making contains a solution on following task:
"Decisions in Paradise Case Analysis Project Plan. Submit the following:
1) Summary of Case
2) Company selected
3) Action Plan, e.g. who and how will this paper be researched and written.
UMUC CMIT 425 Security Policy Project
Using the GDI Case Study, complete the Security Policy Document.
Provide a seven- to ten-page analysis summarizing the security policy to the executive management team of GDI. The summary should effectively describe the security policy in a manner that will allow the Senior Management to understand the
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1. What are you doing?
I will be developing a system that will be a Mobile-Based Prototype Security System. Input will be a certain code and scan (maybe a thumb-scanner). Process will be the system per se, and the output will be an alarm, and reporting to the owner regarding the code that was used to open the certain and to what certain area it happens.
Below is the Input-Process-Output diagram of my system too further explain my what will my system will be.
2. Why are you doing it?
One of the major goals why the students develop a certain project or system to just to fulfill the requirements and be able to graduate in the program. But the main goal for this system