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Running head: QUESTIONS 1 Question 1 Cyber war was used to describe multiple zero-day exploits vandalism and disruption, which are symbolic which distribute, the speculated goals. With this valid information is required in the beginning and at the end Question 2 The first element of deterrence is Absolute deterrence. This is the speculated amount of crime that has been prevented by a formal system. Question 3 Boot camps is the second element of deterrence. The program is designed to incarceration in the attack back to a computer Question 4 Celerity is the third element; this indicates how action are taken when a certain crimes occur. Question 5 a) Having backup non-networked communications systems Absolute b) Using a network firewall- Boot camps c) Hack back- Celerity Question 6 Rubber Ducky looks like a typical thumb drive, is just like anther drive which may reprogram the computer since it offers an escalation and global risk.
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