Unit 9 - 6 With the informaTon provided in this lab what...

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IS3340 Unit 9 1. How many failed logins were detected? There were 90 failed logins detected. 2. Specify the date/timestamp when monitoring started and when the attacks in Part 2 of the lab occurred. The earliest was at 9:00 am on 03/02/2016 and the latest was at 12:00pm on 03/09/2016 3. What options are available to prevent brute force authentication attacks in a Windows-based domain? You can enforce password complexity or a lockout policy. 4. What is an inside attacker? An inside attacker is an attacker who is in the network. This attacker is given permission to use network resources but uses them inappropriately. 5. If the attacks for this lab were coming from an internal IP, would you allow the attack to continue to investigate further or stop the attack? Stop the attacker to prevent further damage or compromising of the system or sensitive data.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. With the informaTon provided in this lab, what steps would you take to prevent a reoccurrence of an external a±ack? To prevent reoccurrence, we would quaran²ne or remove any IT assets aFected by an a±ack. We would then look at how the a±ack was performed and try to patch that security hole that the a±ackers used. 7. What is a best pracTce to deter insiders from even thinking about execuTng an a±ack? Give employees only access that there is needed for their job, provide security awareness and training for all employees, monitor network logs for any unusual ac²vi²es in force straight authen²ca²on policies. Restrict access on sensi²ve data....
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