QUESTION 1; INFORMATION SECURITY (300 WORDS)
You have been hired by a local bank to provide information and physical security. Using information from lectures and class assignments as well as your own research, develop a plan to protect the bank and the customer data from any and all threats.
You are free to either make this a Microsoft Word Document or a PowerPoint Presentation.
This is open-ended, you decide on what needs addressed in this project.
This is a "Project Based Learning Assignment" which means I give you a problem to solve and with research you do on your own, you find a solution to the problem.
Of course, if you have questions ask please! i.e some of the ways are like; cctv cameras, antivirus, biometrics,.. etc.. basic things
QUESTION 2; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (150 words)
Why is it important to program a switch differently for different locations?
Let's say you work at a company that has an office in Dallas and one in New York City and they need switches installed. Why would they have different set-ups including IP addresses and subnets?
QUESTION 3; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (150 words)
Look up the differences between the Microsoft Windows Server and Windows Desktop operating systems and list them.
While they look very similar, they have differences!
QUESTION 4; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (150 words)
What is Active Directory? Why is it important?
QUESTION 5; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (150 words)
Why is it important to manage the security aspect of your server on the network?
QUESTION 6; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (150 words)
Why is network printing more efficient than plugging in a computer to a USB cable on each computer?
QUESTION 7; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (150 words)
Watch the video and tell me why routing is more efficient than not routing. Comparing a hub to a switch would be an example
QUESTION 8; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (200 words)
List some things you can manage in Windows active directory.
QUESTION 9; FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING (300 words)
List all of the components of a LAN and describe the function of each device.