A) You are the web masterof a college website. You share a server with other school departments such as accounting and HR. Based on this chapter create at least five security-relatedrules for staff members who are addingweb pages being added to your site. Include ajustification and explanation for eachrule. Rules should relate to college staff and student and system information security. B) Answer each these questions in a paragraph with at least five sentences: Include the question and number your responses accordingly. Provide a citation for each answer. 1. With all the stories about millions and millions of bytes of personal data having been exposed why is their still any faith at all in the Internet? 2. How has the term hacking changed meaning over the years? 3. What is the most dangerous hacker tool? 4. From the news: Howwere NSAshacker tools compromised? 5. What was the vulnerability in the Target Breach? 6. What do you think of hactivism? 7. How did Stuxnetwork? 8. What was the Arpanet? 9. Deep brain stimulation is a treatment for Parkinsons disease. Medical devices such as these are now becoming accessible through the web. Consider the dangers (threat surface)? 10. What is the Red Team
a) write a brief descriptive account of one Latin American nations independence movement considering the duration of the movement (i.e. Did the nation gain its independence relatively swiftly or gradually?) and identify the socio-political factors you consider most relevant to that nations independence movement. b) What in your estimation was the most influential ideal to emerge from the French Revolution and/or the American Revolutionary War in relation to the Latin American countries own revolutions?
A. Complete and submit your GEIT results by attaching a PDF or a screenshot of the test results page to your submission. B. Apply either the research of Peter Salovey and John D. Mayer or Daniel Goleman to explain two ways you can improve your intrapersonal areas of opportunity self-awareness and self-management from your GEIT results. C. Describe two EI communication techniques that can improve your interpersonal relationship areas of opportunity social awareness and relationship management from the GEIT results. D. Acknowledge sources using in-text citations and references for content that is quoted paraphrased or summarized. E. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.
A). Based on the EFT article (under course materials) what is the main goal of EFT? B) The article references to a suggestion that Minuchin made ¦we have to make family members healers of each other (2012 p. 22). What is your reaction to this? How might EFT be a tool to help with this? C). What is the connection between attachment theory and EFT? Give an example of what this would look like in counseling. How would it present itself in an individual? In a couple? What would be the clues so to speak that attachment is an issue. D) After viewing the video What is Emotionally Focused Therapy? as presented by Dr. Sue Johnson what did you find of most interest? What was most appealing about it? 2) Online session 2: Watch the movie Room from 2015. If the movie continued showing the family in therapy compare and contrast how a Family theory would or would not work for mother Jack and moms family then briefly discuss your treatment goals. Required Textbook Nichols M. P. & Davis S. D. (2020). The essentials of family therapy (7th ed.). Boston: Pearson
A) 1. what do each of these terms refer to: copyright patent trademark trade secret? 2. Why is intellectual property entitled to legal protection? 3. Why did copyright laws become stricter and more punishing in the late 20th century? 4. What is the Fair Use doctrine? 5. Make an argument for legalizing the copying of music or software. 6. Do I or dont I own the books on my Kindle? If I own them why cant I transfer them? If I dont own them what is my legal right to them? 7. What was the 1984 Sony Supreme Court case about? 8. Was Napster responsible for the actions of its users? 9. Why did the court find in favor of Diamond in the Rio case? 10. What is Digital Rights Management? B) Watch the Movie War Games from 1983. According to the New York Times this movie had a tremendous effect on President Ronald Reagan.Discuss in 500 words your opinion on whether it should be required viewing in social studies classes in high school. Do not repeat the story. Discuss its use C) Do a bit of research on JSON and AJAX. How do they relate to the the Same-Origin policy? Using WORD write several short paragraphs on each. A total of -300 words. D) Use the Web to search for methods to prevent XSS attacks. Write a brief description of more than one method. Use your own words and supply references.
a) 1 Discuss at least two of the items that must be included in the System Authorization Package. 2. Discuss two of the items in the Certification Statement that you feel are most important and specify why they are more important than other elements (hint: there are no wrong answers use sources from literature) b) What key elements should be involved in a remediation plan and why are they important? Locate a source (other than the links and content of this course) that would assist in developing a remediation plan. Provide a short summary of why this source is beneficial and aspects that you like. If it is a website post the link to the source in the Webliography. Your paper should be 2 pages in length using APA 7th edition. The cover page and reference page are not included in the page count.
a) write your subjective response to the article“your reaction to the article and your feelings. Keep it to about three sentences. b) then write an objective summary of the article. Again lets try to keep it to about three sentences. Typically you introduce the writer and the article along with the main point of the article. Then you go over the major reasons the writer gives to support her main point. Be sure to include which is which. Article:- ItsTime toRaise theLegalDrinkingAge to 25 Kylie Lang“April 8 2016 12:00am Increase the legal drinking age to 21? Why stop there? When neuroscience tells us that young people dont reach maturity until 25 ” and when higher age limits are proven to decrease booze-related fatalities ” go ahead and hike it from 18 to 25. There is fat chance of this happening ” I can already hear the cries about a nanny state ” but anyone serious about tackling Australias destructive relationship with grog knows that what is being done currently is simply not enough. Nicholas Talley president of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians hastold a Senate inquiry into alcohol-fuelled violence that immediate and drastic measures are needed. A higher minimum age to buy alcohol is just one of the RACPs recommendations. The idea has merit. Its worked elsewhere. In 1984 the US government under Ronald Reagan lifted the drinking age from 18 to 21. States which fought it had their funding for highways withheld. By 1988 all had complied. Raising the age limit by three years was reported to have resulted in a 16 percent fall in the number of crashes involving young people. A review of no less than 57 studies by University of Minnesota researchers came to the same conclusion: raising the drinking age saves lives. One contends that 21-year-olds are too young to make decisions and not mentally responsible to drink. Neuroscience would agree. We now know the brain once thought to be fully formed after puberty is still evolving into the mid to late 20s and says neuroscientist Jay Giedd people manage risk and make decisions better in their 30s. Additionally the impact of alcohol on a developing brain is far more acute than on a mature one as is the risk of addiction. The earlier people start drinking the more likely it is that they will be hazardous boozers later in life. Most Aussie kids begin experimenting with alcohol by 14 according to the Australian Institute of Family Studies. In other research 40 percent of 16 to 17-year-olds admit they drink to get drunk. With 18-24-year-olds this ignoble pursuit jumps to 63 percent. One in 10 kids aged 12-17 binge drink and most get their grog from friends or family ” almost half say their parents buy it for them. While it is not illegal for parents to supply children with alcohol in a private residence its time we got smarter with how we treat alcohol. Of course those who prefer to ignore the facts would keep the legal age at 18. If people are old enough to go to war vote or drive a car they reason they should be able to have a beer. The legal drinking age is only one piece of a complex puzzle complex because at its heart is a deeply flawed yet culturally entrenched bond with booze. Alcohol is not the only drug harming young people but it is the most socially accepted. Yet problem drinking doesnt only affect the drinker it impacts families andcommunitiesand thesocio-economic cost is exorbitant and unsustainable. Young people deserve the best shot at life and if lifting the legal drinking age will help then lets give it due consideration instead of dismissing it as an attempt by the fun police to stymie personal freedom. Kylie Lang is an associate editor at The Courier-Mail
A) What is your strategy for the firm (your view not the group)? B) What is the basis for your strategy going into the next week? C) Assess the effectiveness of your strategy¦ D) What did your group decide to do and what strategic proposals did you forgo (assess what was decided and what strategic proposals were not successful¦ would they have been successful in retrospect)?
a) Using a relevant concept (e.g. ideology hegemony etc.) from the Triangle Model of social analysis discuss whether any views you had about society or its social problems have changed after completing this course. If your views remained the same state why by applying a relevant social analysis concept to your response. b) Briefly state how effectively your group worked to complete the assignment. Were the behaviours of any of your team members particularly valuable or detrimental to the team? Explain. How did the group manage these issues/conflicts? Did you learn anything about working in a group from this project? How will you apply these insights to your next group work experience?
a) What happens to the future value of an annuity if you increase the rate r? What happens to the present value? b) Who owns a Corporation? Describe the process whereby the owners control the firms management. What is the main reason that an agency relationship exists in the corporate form of organization? In this context what kinds of problems can arise? c) Is the following statement true or false? A risky security cannot have an expected return that is less than the risk-free rate because no risk-averse investor would be willing to hold this asset in equilibrium. Explain. d) Is it possible that a risky asset could have a beta of zero? Explain. Based on the CAPM what is the expected return on such an asset? Is it possible that a risky asset could have a negative beta? What does the CAPM predict about the expected return on such an asset? Can you give an explanation for your answer? e) In broad terms why is some risk diversifiable? Why are some risks nondiversifiable? Does it follow that an investor can control the level of unsystematic risk in a portfolio but not the level of systematic risk?