Unformatted text preview: Network). 3. Since attacks may come from inside an organization, what can be done to minimize this risk? Give employees limited access to the entire network and have them possibly sign an agreement at the time of employment which makes them agree to never attack the system. 4. Suppose that an outside attack is perpetrated on an organization, with the intention of theft. What might an attacker be seeking? It is usually monetary but it may be a competing organization attacking to look for information that may give them a great benefit in the business world. 5. Suppose that a supplier of raw materials already has a contract with a company. Why might they be involved in an attack on that company? They may not be happy with the contract they have and wants to get a little extra money or they just want to get back at the company....
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- Spring '11
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