Mike Alborn Physical_Security_1

Mike Alborn Physical_Security_1 - 3. Suppose that an...

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SEC-280 Physical Security 1 WK3 Assignment James Kirn Page 1 of 1 Name ____Mike Alborn_____________ Date __10/4/11_____ 1. You have been hired to implement a comprehensive security plan at a company that, in the past, has exercised very little security. How would you proceed? I would first look at what security they have set up and see what improvements need made. If it is completely lacking a security system I would first start password protecting their computer system and set up an encryption system. 2. Suppose that an attacker stole a laptop computer from the desk of the HR manager at a technology company. What might be this attacker’s intentions? Gain personal information from the employees such as social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, and possibly e-mails if they keep a record of that.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Suppose that an attacker stole a router from an equipment rack in the main data center of a company. What might be this attackers intentions? They could be after the IP address of the company and an easier route into the network. They could also be attempting to modify the router to reroute information to them and return it. 4. Suppose that you are the manager of the IT department at a company that is currently working on several government (military technology) contracts. You are checking the status of some equipment in one of the equipment closets and notice a new wireless access point. Should you be concerned? What would you do? You shouldnt be concerned but you should block that access point from accessing any of the current equipment....
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course SEC 120 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Addison.

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