Plan-by defining scope and policy. Do-by creating an implementation risk mitigation plan and implementing controls. Check-by carrying out monitoring procedures and audits. Act-by implementing risk management.
Plan-by defining scope and policy. Do-by creating an implementation risk mitigation plan and implementing controls. Check-by carrying out monitoring procedures and audits. Act-by implementing corrective actions.
Plan-by identifying controls. Do-by creating implementation risk mitigation plan. Check-by caring and monitoring procedures and audits. Act-by implementing corrective actions
Plan-by defining scope and policy. Do-by managing identified risks. Check-by carrying out monitoring procedures and audits. Act-by implementing corrective actions.
Critical infrastructures are constantly under attack in warfare situations.
Modern warfare is complex and insecure. Data need to be properly secured against enemy efforts to ensure decision makers can have access to it.
Weapon systems are computerized and must be hardened and secured in a standardized manner
Data need to be captured and properly presented so the decision makers understand complex issues quickly, which allows for fast and accurate decisions.
Web servers were compromised through cross scripting attacks
SSL connections were decrypted through a man-in-the-middle attack
Personal computers were compromised with trojan horses that install key loggers.
Web servers were compromised and masquerading attacks were carried out
Link layer protection
Protection of packet payloads and the headers
Extensible access control markup language (XACML), security assertion markup language (SAML)
Service provisioning markup language (SPML), extensible access control markup language (XACML)
Extensible access control markup language (XACML), service provisioning markup language (SPML)
Security assertion markup language (SAML), service provisioning markup language (SPML)
Closed and locked
Closed an unlocked
Open and locked
They cannot prevent attacks that employ application specific vulnerabilities or functions
The logging functionality present in packet filtering firewalls is limited
Most packet filtering firewalls do not support advanced user authentication schemes
May not be able to detect packet fragmentation attacks
Many packet filtering firewalls can detect spoofed addresses
BS 25999-1:2006 Business continuity management code of practice-general guidance that provides principles, processes, and requirements for BCM
BS 25999-2:2007 Specification for business continuity management-specifies objectives, regulatory requirements for executing, operating and enhancing a BCM system
BS 25999-1:2006 Business continuity management code of practice-general specifications that provide principles, deadlines, and terminology for BCM
BS 25999-2: 2007 specification for business continuity management-specifies objective, auditable requirements for executing, operating, and enhanced BCM system.
Weaknesses: characteristics that place the team at a disadvantage relative to others
Strengths: characteristics of the project team that give it an advantage over others
Opportunities: elements that could contribute to the project's success
Trends: elements that could contribute to the project's failure
Recovery point objective, recovery time objective
Recovery time objective, recovery point objective
Work recovery time, maximum tolerable downtime
Maximum tolerable downtime, work recovery time
Yes, she has gained a unauthorized access
Yes, she could jeopardize the system without knowing it.
No, since she does not steal any information, she is not committing a crime
No, the system was easily hacked; therefore, entry is allowed
Requesting entity, requested entity, access control
Requesting entity, requested entity, type of access
Requested entity, requesting entity, type of access
Requested entity, requesting entity, access control
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