Bus101_Quiz8 - Quiz 8 for chapter 10 1 With regard to the...

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Quiz 8 for chapter 10 1. With regard to the security threat/loss scenario, unauthorized data disclosure would be categorized as a ________. A. safeguard B. vulnerability C. target D. loss E. Threat 2. Encryption requires encryption keys. In order to safeguard encrypted data and to ensure the encryption keys are available only to trusted parties, organizations should follow a safety procedure referred to as __________. A. a lock box B. key escrow C. a key ring D. a digital wallet E. key security 3. Senior management in organizations must address two critical security functions: ________ and ________. A. security management, risk policy B.
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security management, risk aversion C. security policy, risk management D. security policy, risk policy E. security controls, risk management 4. All of the following are data safeguards EXCEPT which one? Backup and recovery procedures Authentication with passwords Physical security Help desk Data encryption 5. With regard to the security threat/loss scenario, human error would be categorized as a ________. safeguard loss target threat
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6. You just found a file on your computer that was encrypted using symmetric encryption. What do you need to do to read the message? You need the private key to decrypt the message so you can read it. You need the decryption algorithm to decrypt the message so you can read it. You need the encryption algorithm so you can decrypt the message and read it. You need the key it was encrypted with to decrypt it so you can read the message. You need the public key to decrypt the message so you can read it.
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