ACC 564 Week 5 Quiz 2 (Strayer)

ACC 564 Week 5 Quiz 2 (Strayer)

ACC 564 Week 5 Quiz 2 (Strayer)

  1. Data diddling is
  2. I work in the information technology department of a company I'll call CMV. On Wednesday morning, I arrived at work, scanned in my identity card and punched in my code. This guy in a delivery uniform came up behind me carrying a bunch of boxes. I opened the door for him, he nodded and went on in. I didn't think anything of it until later. Then I wondered if he might have been

  3. Illegally obtaining and using confidential information about a person for economic gain is known as

  4. A ________ is similar to a ________, except that it is a program rather than a code segment hidden in a host program

  5. A fraud technique that slices off tiny amounts from many projects is called the ________ technique.

  6. According to the ERM, high level goals that are aligned with and support the company's mission are

  7. The SEC and FASB are best described as external influences that directly affect an organization's

  8. The process that a business uses to safeguard assets, provide accurate and reliable information, and promote and improve operational efficiency is known as

  9. Generally in a risk assessment process, the first step is to

  10. Change management refers to

  11. Which of the following preventive controls are necessary to provide adequate security for social engineering threats?

  12. In recent years, many of the attacks carried out by hackers have relied on this type of vulnerability in computer software.

  13. The Trust Services Framework reliability principle that states that users must be able to enter, update, and retrieve data during agreed-upon times is known as

  14. Perimeter defense is an example of which of the following preventive controls that are necessary to provide adequate security?

  15. Restricting access of users to specific portions of the system as well as specific tasks, is

  16. Which of the following descriptions is not associated with symmetric encryption?

  17. Which of the following is not one of the three important factors determining the strength of any encryption system?

  18. These are used to create digital signatures.

  19. These systems use the same key to encrypt and to decrypt.

  20. The system and processes used to issue and manage asymmetric keys and digital certificates are known as