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CMGT 400 Week 3 Individual assignment Disaster Securing and Protecting Information

CMGT 400 Week 3 Individual assignment Disaster Securing and Protecting Information

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Disaster Securing and 1 Disaster Securing and Protecting Information Eian Wood CMGT/400 Ahmer Allauddin July 13 th , 2014
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Disaster Securing and Protecting Information In recent years data based attacks have been increasing in various programs and software by targeting individuals performing various activities online. While these internet events begin to grow worldwide, lax online use and increasing web usage has developed criminal’s ability to find targets. Meaning, conflicts with multiple users can be initiated at the single click of a mouse or opening of an application. The procedures used in circumventing user’s internet security protocols span a wide range. The processes expand in today’s market and are more intricate and sophisticated. Rising parameters in the different echelons of security, the more harsh protocols are being put into place and issued to prevent many of these attacks. Many of these measures are focused on raising the safety net for web based information. The most popular approach to this has been authentication and protection. The document below gives a better understanding to evaluating the secure authentication process, also it will introduce the reader to security protocol that helps offer resistance to the more common network attacks. Authentication is a procedure that has increased worldwide and has been used in the verifying the entity or an individual. This is the procedure used for deciding whether a person or entity is what it is claiming to be (LaRoche, 2008). Authentication therefore masks itself in various web applications. Prior to logging into an email server, the authentication procedure has been configured to identify any alien programs. So, the commonly used authentication is done by incorporating passwords. To better understand the authentication process, certain terms must be outlined and explained.
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