Complete the real world exercises at the end of the chapter. Write your answers in complete sentences and use APA formatting rules. Each answer should be a minimum of 1 paragraph (3 or more sentences)
End of chapter 1 Real world exercises (page 123)
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End of chapter 2 Real world exercises (page 156)
This chapter’s opening scenario illustrates a specific type of incident/disaster.
Using a Web browser, search for information related to preparing an organization
against terrorist attacks. Look up information on (a) anthrax or another
biological attack (like smallpox), (b) sarin or another toxic gas, (c) low-level radiological contamination
Using a Web browser, search for available commercial applications that use various forms of
RAID technologies, such as RAID 0 through RAID 5. What is the most common implementation?
What is the most expensive?
Not too long ago, tape backup was the industry standard. Is it still? Using a Web browser or
your local library’s electronic-journal search tool, review the popular trade press journals to
determine whether tape, disk, or drive backups are more prevalent now and which is predicted
to be the new standard in the near future.
1. Using a Web browser, identify at least five sources you would want to use
when training a CSIRT.
2. Using a Web browser, visit www.mitre.org. What information is provided
there, and how would it be useful?
3. Using a Web browser, visit www.securityfocus.com. What is Bugtraq, and how would it
be useful? What additional information is provided under the Vulnerabilities tab?
4. Using a Web browser, visit www.cert.org. What information is provided there, and how
would it be useful? What additional information is provided at www.cert.org/csirts/?
5. Using a Web browser, search for other methods employed by industry or government to
share information on possible incidents.