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SEC 420 WEEK 1 DQ LATEST-STRAYER Visit Below Link, To Download This Course: Or Email us... More > on SUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET SEC 420 Week 1 DQ Latest-Strayer SEC420 SEC 420 Week 1 DQ Latest-Strayer “Ethical Hacking” Select one of the following and discuss in no less than three paragraphs, and have at least one response to another student of at least one paragraph: • Suppose a coworker approaches you and asks what an ethical hacker does. She does not understand the role that an ethical hacker plays in the security industry and assumes that such a hacker intentionally causes damage. Explain to your hypothetical coworker what an ethical hacker is and the fundamental manner in which such a hacker differs from a black hat hacker. Justify your response with an example of each type of hacker, and indicate the role each hacker plays in your given example.< Less
An Assessment of The Department of Defense Strategy for Operating In Cyberspace By Thomas M. Chen et al.
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In July 2011, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) issued the DoD Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace, which outlines five strategic initiatives: 1) Treat cyberspace as another operational domain;... More > 2) Employ new defense operating concepts to pro¬tect DoD networks; 3) Partner with other U.S. government agencies and the private sector; 4) Build relationships with U.S. allies and interna¬tional partners to strengthen cyber security; and, 5). Leverage the national intellect and capabilities through cyber workforce training and rapid techno¬logical innovation. First , the monograph explores the evolution of cyberspace strategy through a series of government publications leading up to the DoD Strategy for Operating in Cyber¬space. It is seen that, although each strategy has differ¬ent emphases on ideas, some major themes recur. Second, each strategic initiative is elaborated and critiqued in terms of significance, novelty, and practicality. Third, the monograph critiques the DoD Strategy as a whole.< Less
The American Army In The Balkans: Strategic Alternatives And Implications By Steven Metz & Strategic Studies Institute
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Since 1995, peace operations in the Balkans have been an important part of the Army’s contribution to U.S. national security. When these operations began, the Army institutionally focused on... More > conventional warfighting. Since then, it has made significant changes to become more effective at peace operations, but this evolution continues. The goals that led the United States into the Balkans have not yet been fully realized. To meet them requires both sustained involvement in the region and continued refinement of the Army’s peace operations capabilities. In this report, Dr. Steven Metz examines U.S. strategy in the Balkans and the Army’s role in it. He recommends continued U.S. involvement, consideration of a long-term American military presence in the region, and some significant changes in the role of the Army. From a broader perspective, Dr. Metz argues that, if U.S. political leaders decide that involvement in protracted peace operations will be an enduring part of American strategy...< Less
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Libya: Reviewing Operation Unified Protector (Enlarged Edition) By Florence Gaub et al.
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On March 17, 2011, a month after the beginning of the Libyan revolution, with up to dead 2,000 civilians, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) decided on backing a no-fly zone over Libya and... More > authorized “all necessary measures” to protect civilians. While France, Great Britain, and the United States took immediate military action using air and missile strikes, considerations to hand over military actions to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) emerged within days of the operation. On March 22 2012, NATO agreed to enforce the arms embargo against Libya; 2 days later, it announced to take over all military aspects of the UNSC 1973. On March 31, 2012, Operation UNIFIED PROTECTOR (OUP) began. OUP turned out to be one of NATO’s shorter, and seemingly also less controversial, missions. Mandated by both the League of Arab States and the UN as the regime of Colonel Qaddafi was launching assaults on peacefully demonstrating citizens, its aim was to protect civilians from the air and sea.< Less
Rest Gmail Password By G Passer
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Even the savviest techies lose their passwords. Don't worry, there are multiple ways to recover or reset your password and regain access to your Gmail account. Google no longer supports security... More > questions as a way to access accounts on its password-assistance page, so it's okay if you don't remember that. As of publication, the best way to access your account is with a recovery phone or recovery email address. Google starts the password recovery process by asking, "Having trouble signing in?" and prompting you to enter the email address you want to access. You can try entering the last password you remember. Can't remember anything? If you have an Android device, Google tries resetting your password on this device. Don't have an Android? Google can also send a text or automated message to your phone. If you don't have access to a phone, the next option Google offers is to use an alternate email.< Less
ACCT 567 WEEK 7 PROBLEMS 16-3 AND 17-6 By unquite ltd
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ACCT 567 WEEK 7 PROBLEMS 16-3 AND 17-6 To view more, visit following link or email us ACCT 567 WEEK... More > 7 PROBLEMS 16-3 AND 17-6 Elizabeth College, a small private college, had the following transactions in fiscal year 2011. 1. Billings for tuition and fees totaled $5,600,000. Tuition waivers and scholarships of $61,500 were granted. Students received tuition refunds of $101,670. 2. During the year the college received $1,891,000 cash in unrestricted private gifts, $575,200 cash in temporarily restricted grants, and $1,000,000 in securities for an endowment. 3. A pledge campaign generated $626,000 in unrestricted< Less
ACC 303 WEEK 5 MIDTERM EXAM By unquite ltd
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ACC 303 WEEK 5 MIDTERM EXAM To view more, click on following link: or email us at: ACC 303 WEEK 5 MIDTERM... More > EXAM ACC 303 Week 5 Midterm Exam – STR NEW ACC 303 Week 5 Midterm Exam TRUE-FALSE—Conceptual 1. Financial accounting is the process of identifying, measuring, analyzing, and communicating financial information needed by management to plan, evaluate, and control a company’s operations. 2. Financial statements are the principal means through which a company communicates its financial information to those outside it. 3. Users of financial reports provided by a company use that information to make their capital allocation decisions. 4. An effective process of capital allocation promotes productivity and provides an efficient market for buying and selling securities and obtaining and granting credit.< Less
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ACC 100 WEEK 8 DISCUSSION LATEST-STRAYER Visit Below Link, To Download This Course: Or Email us... More > on SUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET ACC 100 Week 8 Discussion Latest-Strayer ACC100 ACC 100 Week 8 Discussion Latest-Strayer Week 8 DQ Employee theft is a major problem in the U.S. retail industry. Information obtained from Security Info Watch reported that twenty three (23) major retailers alone apprehended over 1.1 million shoplifters and dishonest employees, and recovered more than $189 million from these thieves in 2012. Watch J. Farrell’s video titled “Prevent Employee Theft in Your Business”: Click here to open the video in a new window. Analyzing the information contained in the video, identify at least four (4) internal controls effective in mitigating employee theft and / or fraud. Provide at least two (2) examples of internal controls that could be implemented to reduce theft in the U.S.< Less
The 71F Advantage: Applying Army Research Psychology for Health and Performance Gains By Paul T. Bartone et al.
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The book you hold in your hands is a powerful tool in the arsenal of our Soldiers’ well-being and, in some cases, very survival. Since our nation began putting Soldiers in harm’s way, our... More > forces have experienced the psychological trauma of war. In some cases, the number of casualties due to psychological injury approached the rates of physical injury. As leaders, we spend countless days training our Soldiers to survive the actual battle. Combat training, battle drills, physical fitness, and medical readiness help ensure their physical survival and ultimate victory in the combat zone. Now, we dedicate ourselves to helping ensure their psychological survival and victory when the battle is over. In memory of the 248 Soldiers of Task Force 3–502 who perished when their plane crashed on December 12, 1985, in Gander, Newfoundland, as they were returning home from peacekeeping duty in the Sinai. And in honor of all of those who continue to fight and sometimes die in the cause of world peace and security.< Less
The Chinese Navy: Expanding Capabilities, Evolving Roles By Phillip C. Saunders et al.
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Few issues are as important to U.S. national security analysts as China’s military modernization, a process that has benefited directly from the past two decades of dramatic economic expansion.... More > This book addresses the Chinese navy—the People’s Liberation Army Navy, or PLAN—the service that has most dramatically benefited from increased defense funding. This collection of essays surveys and analyzes the most important aspects of China’s naval modernization. The book’s 10 chapters represent papers delivered at a 2007 conference, but have been updated and, most importantly, framed by expertly written introductory and concluding chapters that bring the book firmly into the century’s second decade. The editors respectfully dedicate this volume to the memory of Ellis Joffe, who attended and contributed to many of the Chinese Council on Advanced Policy Studies/RAND conferences, including the one that formed the basis for this book. His many contributions as a scholar, colleague, mentor, and friend are sorely missed.< Less

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