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Introduction to Cybersecurity Tools & Cyber Attacks Week 1 Quiz Answers

Week 1: Introduction to Cybersecurity Tools & Cyber Attacks Quiz Answers Coursera

  • Threats
  • Available analysts
  • Available time
  • Needed knowledge
  • Alerts
  • 180,000
  • 1.8 million
  • 180 million
  • There is expected to be a surplus of available skills by 2022.

What are We Talking about when We Talk about Cybersecurity? Quiz Answers Week 1 Coursera

  • The measures taken to protect governmental and military computer and weapons systems from unauthorized use, alteration, disruption or destruction.
  • The protection of information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction in order to provide confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
  • The state of being protected against the criminal or unauthorized use of electronic data, or the measures taken to achieve this.
  • Integrity
  • Confidentiality
  • Cyber
  • Availability
  • Access
  • Information
  • Threat
  • Exploit
  • Vulnerability
  • Risk
  • Threat
  • Vulnerability
  • Exploit
  • Risk
  • Natural factors, such as hurricanes, lightning and tornados.
  • External threats, such as hackers, malware and viruses.
  • Internal factors, such as current and former employees.
  • Malicious events, such as an attack orchestrated by a foreign government.
  • Many vulnerabilities are introduced to a system by malware such as Trojan horses.
  • Many systems are shipped with known and unknown security holes, such as insecure default settings.
  • Many vulnerabilities occur as a result of misconfiguration by the system administrator.
  • Many vulnerabilities are inherent in a systems operating system and cannot be patched, only monitored.
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • Information Security Auditor
  • Information Security Architect

From Ronald Reagan to Where we are Today Quiz Answers Week 1 Coursera

  • George W Bush
  • Gerald Ford
  • Ronald Reagan
  • Barack Obama
  • Computing devices like PCs and smartphones are now used by a large majority of people.
  • To save money, common operating systems have paid little attention to security and are easily hacked.
  • Weapons systems are now fully automated and can be controlled remotely.
  • There is nothing illegal about accessing any computer you wish, as long as you do not do harm.
  • 1000 to 2000
  • 50 to 100
  • 35,000 to 40,000
  • 7000 to 10,000
  • Stuxnet was used to steal an estimated $100M from various banks in the United States and the UK.
  • Stuxnet was used by agents acting on behalf of the Russian government to hack Hillary Clinton’s email server.
  • Stuxnet was used to disable uranium processing equipment in an Iranian nuclear facility.
  • Stuxnet was used by Edward Snowden to hack US intelligence agency servers and download classified information about secret surveillance programs.

Cybersecurity Programs Quiz Answers Week 1 Coursera

  • Local nature of business
  • Mobile technology – everyone has a smartphone
  • Data protection – your data is everywhere
  • Multiple different vendors, each supporting different technology and protocols
  • Security program
  • Asset management
  • Administrative controls
  • Technical controls
  • Security program
  • Asset management
  • Administrative controls
  • Technical controls
  • Security program
  • Asset management
  • Administrative controls
  • Technical controls

Cybersecurity – A Security Architect’s Perspective Quiz Answers Week 1 Coursera

  • Solutions can be attacked themselves
  • Protection of enforcement structure can complicate solutions
  • Protectors have to be right just once
  • Security is not as simple as it seems
  • trudy
  • Priya
  • Availability
  • Integrity
  • Confidentiality
  • Authentication
  • Authentication
  • Availability
  • Confidentiality
  • Integrity

What is Critical Thinking? Quiz Answers Week 1 Coursera

  • Critical thinking is taking on the mindset of your opponent (the hacker for example) and trying to think like him/her.
  • Critical thinking is the controlled, purposeful thinking directed toward a goal.
  • Critical thinking is a mode the brain goes into during critical or emergency situations.
  • Critical thinking involves always looking for the flaw or weakness in any given situation.
  • Interpersonal skills and competencies.
  • Technical skills and competencies.
  • Technical and experimental knowledge, intellectual skills and competencies.
  • Critical thinking characteristics (attitudes & behaviors).
  • The ability to place yourself in the mindset of an adversary or attacker.
  • The strength necessary to be critical of others who are advocating unsafe practices.
  • Understand Context
  • Identify Key Drivers
  • Challenge Assumptions
  • Consider Alternatives

Quiz: History of Cybersecurity Quiz Answers Week 1 Coursera

  • The movie gave an accurate portayal of the Iran-Contra scandle that could have only come from inside sources.
  • US Army gererals did not know how to use the advanced weapons systems they were responsable for.
  • KGB agents from the USSR were able to hack into Pentagon computer systems and steal plans for advanced US weapons.
  • A teenager hacked into a Pentagon computer that was capable of launching nuclear weapons.
  • Confirmed reports of Al Qaeda operatives hacking the E-mail servers of US Government agencies.
  • The failed Bay of Pigs invasion.
  • 9/11
  • The attack against the USS Cole while it was in port in Yeman.
  • Could this happen again?
  • How did this happen?
  • Could an attack like this happen in the virtual world too?
  • Who wrote the malware that took control of the 4 airplanes navigation systems?
  • $100M
  • $1B
  • $10B
  • $100B
  • They are fictional characters used to illustrate how cryptography works.
  • They are the founders of modern cryptography.
  • They are the pseudonyms (false names) used by members of the hacktivist group Anonymous.
  • They were members of British Navel Intelligence who did pioneering work in secure communications that later became known as cryptography.
  • Security practices are viewed as being “in the way”.
  • Security architectures require constant effort.
  • Security is often an after-thought; something that is added at the end of a project rather than baked into the project from the start.
  • All of the above
  • Available analysts
  • Needed knowledge
  • Available time
  • Threats
  • Alerts
  • Vulnerability
  • Risk
  • Threat
  • Exploit
  • Exploit
  • Threat
  • Vulnerability
  • Risk
  • Asset management
  • Administrative controls
  • Security program
  • Technical controls
  • Every 1 second
  • Every 1 minute
  • Every 1 hour
  • Every 1 day
  • Every 1 month
  • Every 1 year
  • The availability of communication that needs to be shared between the 3 friends.
  • The complexity of communication between people who use different protocols.
  • The positioning of firewalls that assure the integrity of communication between the 3 friends.
  • The security of communication between Alice and Bob that risks interception by Trudy.
  • Confidentiality
  • Integrity
  • Availability
  • All of the above.
  • Confidentiality
  • Integrity
  • Availability
  • All of the above
  • Confidentiality
  • Integrity
  • Availability
  • All of the above
  • A White Hat
  • A Black Hat
  • A Gray Hat
  • NIST SP 800-42 Guidelines on Network Security Testing.
  • Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (EFIEC) Information Technology Examination.
  • Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM).
  • Exposure and Sensitivity
  • Identify Indicators and Exposure
  • Sensitivity and Adaptive Capacity
  • Potential Impacts and Adaptive Capacity

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