Part 1: True or False Questions. (5 questions at 2point each, 10 points in all)
1. T F Deep packet inspection firewalls protect networks by blocking packets based on the packets’ header information at the network (IP) layer. Answer: _____
2. T F Employers have the right (and in some cases the obligation) to see any information stored, transmitted, or communicated within the employer’s environment. This legal right is the basis for monitoring (or at least explicitly stating the right to monitor) email, network traffic, voice, wireless, and other communications. Answer: ___ __
3. T F Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) provide no protection from internal threats. Answer: ___ __
4. T F A Denial-of-Service attack does not require the attacker to penetrate the target’s security defenses. Answer: __ ___
5. T F Security awareness, training, and education programs are key components of organizational risk management strategies.
Answer: __ ___
Part 2: Multiple Choice Questions. Print the correct answer in the blank following the question . (20 questions at 2 points each, 40 points in all)
1. Match the following (and select the one (among the a., b., c., and d. choices below that has the right set of matches):
A. Network Layer is 1. Responsible for coordinating communication between applications.
B. Physical Layer is 2. Responsible for supporting useful functions over the transport layer such identity/location of applications.
C. Application Layer is 3. Responsible for moving information between hosts that are not directly connected.
D. Transport Layer is 4. Responsible for moving bits between the nodes in the network.
a. A—>3; B—>4; C—>2; D—>1
b. A—>2; B—>4; C—>1; D—>4
c. A—>2; B—>3; C—>4; D—>1
d. A—>3; B—>4; C—>1; D—>2
2. Protection of a software program that uses a unique, novel algorithm could legally be protected by:
a. A patent
b. A copyright
c. A trademark
d. Ethical standards
3. Security threats include which of the following:
a. Unlocked doors
b. Disgruntled employees
d. Un-patched software programs
e. All of the above
4. Denial of service attacks include:
a. Buffer overflow attack
b. Smurf attack
c. Ping flood attack
d. SYN flood attack
e. All of the above
5. A disgruntled employee creates a utility for purging old emails from the server. Inside the utility is code that that will erase the server’s hard drive contents on January 1, 2015. This is an example of which of the following attacks?
b. Logic Bomb
d. Trojan horse
6. Mary is the cofounder of Acme Widgets, a manufacturing firm. Together with her partner, Joe, she has developed a special oil that will dramatically improve the widget manufacturing process. Mary and Joe plan to make large quantities of the oil by themselves in the plant after the other workers have left to keep the formula secret. They would like to protect this formula for as long as possible. What type of intellectual property protection best suits their needs?
d. Trade Secret
7. You should clear cookies in your browser periodically because:
a. They (Cookies) can be used to track your web browsing behavior and thus can invade your privacy.
b. They can facilitate impersonation attacks.
c. They can be used to spread viruses
d. a. & b.
e. b. & c.
f. a., b. & c.
8. A TCP/IP session hijacking can be best described as:
a. Providing false identity information to gain unauthorized access
b. An established connection without specifying a username or password
c. An attacker takes control of a session between the server and a client
d. Flooding the connection with too many requests
9. Tracker attacks in databases get around:
b. Data transformation
c. Query size restriction
d. Data partitioning
10. A race condition attack can result in:
a. A symbolic link
b. Object orientation
c. A deadlock
d. Access to low address memory locations
11. __________ is when the data in the SDB can be modified so as to produce statistics that cannot be used to infer values for individual record resource.
a. Data perturbation
b. Database access control
c. Inference channeling
d. Output perturbation
12. With __________ the records in the database are clustered into a number of mutually exclusive groups and the user may only query the statistical properties of each group as a whole.
d. query restriction