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(Solved): EDP 310 : L7: Quiz Score for this quiz: 15 out of 15...


EDP 310
L7: Quiz 
Score for this quiz: 15 out of 15
Submitted Nov 28
This attempt took 10 minutes.


 
Question 1           3 / 3 pts
What are some factors that influence the aging process?

  • Genetics
  • Lifestyle
  • All of the above
  • Environment

  
Question 2       3 / 3 pts
What contributes to possible risk or threats to brain health?

  • Having pets
  • Consuming alcohol occasionally
  • Smoking
  • Exercise

  
Question 3              3 / 3 pts
What is a common condition that affects brain health as we age?

  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Depression
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

 
Question 4        3 / 3 pts
To reduce the risks of diabetes, heart disease and depression, how many active minutes should someone have every day?

  • 45 minutes
  • 60 minutes
  • 30 minutes
  • 90 minutes

  
Question 5           3 / 3 pts
Alzheimers is the buildup of harmful __________ in the brain.

  • Oxygen
  • Proteins
  • Neurons
  • Iron

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(Solved): WPC 300 : Quiz 12: AI...


WPC300: Quiz 12: AI

Started: Nov 28 

Quiz Instructions

Note: this is a timed quiz. You may check the remaining time you have at any point while taking the quiz by pressing the keyboard combination SHIFT, ALT, and T... Again: SHIFT, ALT, and T...

Top of Form

Which of the following examples is not an application of AI?

Group of answer choices

Predicting the exam score by scanning the appropriate text book

Optimizing traffic patterns over time

Predicting human behavior by reading natural language used

Monitoring epidemics and diseases and stopping them from spreading 

Question 2  1 pts

Which of the following is an example of association rule learning?

Group of answer choices

How frequently items are purchased in a group of transaction

How frequently a cluster can be formed in a given transaction

The association between customers and what they purchase

How frequently an item set occurs in a transaction

Question 3         1 pts

An ideal machine learning process needs

Group of answer choices

Large volume of data

Highly granular data

Extremely diverse data

All other answer are true.

Question 4        1 pts

In developing spam filter algorithms, we need

Group of answer choices

Unlabeled data of spam emails

Labeled data of both spam and non-spam emails

Labeled data of spam emails

Unlabeled data of non-spam emails

Question 5       1 pts

Which of the following techniques is a modern update of artificial neural networks?

Group of answer choices

Clustering

Deep learning

Decision tree

Logistic regression

Question 61 pts

Which of the following is an example of unsupervised machine learning?

Group of answer choices

Logistic regression

Artificial neural networks

Decision tree

Clustering

Question 7      1 pts

AI is not embraced everywhere in every industry because _______.

Group of answer choices

It is not very well developed

It can be operationally expensive

It is not very well understood

It is likely to fail in the future

Question 8        1 pts

Which of the following statements below is true about supervised/unsupervised machine learning?

Group of answer choices

Supervised learning require unlabeled data for training

Unsupervised learning require labeled data for training

Supervised learning require labeled data for training

Unsupervised learning require no supervision from human

Question 9           1 pts

Which of the following statements is not true about artificial neural networks

Group of answer choices

The network is modeled after the human brain in which brain cells work in a network

The learning process is similar to our brain

In the hidden layer of the networks, input data is hidden

The input layer in the network receives the data

Question 101 pts

Artificial Intelligence _______

Group of answer choices

Cannot be used for retail industry

Is a broad science of mimicking human abilities

Is a specific subset of machine learning

Does not depend on machine learning

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(Solved): PHL 360 : Module 8 Quiz : Score for this quiz: 20 out of 20¬...


PHL 360

Module 8 Quiz 
Score for this quiz: 20 out of 20

Question 1                  5 / 5 pts
Machiavelli argued that... 

  • ...it is better to lead through fear rather than love.
  • ... it is better to lead through love rather than fear.
  • ... it is better to lead through order rather than chaos.
  • ... it is better to lead through chaos rather than order.

  
Question 2                           5 / 5 pts
Gini argued that all leadership is...

  • ... boring.
  • ... time-consuming.
  • ... value-laden.
  • ... unethical.

  
Question 3                      5 / 5 pts
The beliefs, character, ethical stances, and moral behaviors of a company are called its...

  • ... pathos.
  • ... ethos.
  • ... logos.
  • ... bogos.

  
Question 4               5 / 5 pts
Leaders do not require followers.

  • True
  • False
     

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(Solved): EDP310 L6: Quiz- The Adult Brain...


L6: Quiz 

  • Due Nov 22 at 11:59pm

Instructions

Please do not click on the link until you are ready to begin. You will have one attempt to complete the quiz.

Score for this quiz: 15 out of 15

Submitted Nov 20  

Question 1

3 / 3 pts

Schizophrenia does not run in families.

  •   True!
  •   False

 Question 2

3 / 3 pts

High rates of anxiety, depression, motor vehicle accidents and alcohol use are at their peak from ages:

  •   18 to 25
  •   20 to 27
  •   22 to 29
  •   24 to 30

 Question 3

3 / 3 pts

Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling disorder.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 4

3 / 3 pts

Recent research shows that people are better equipped to make major life decisions in their late 20s than earlier in the decade.

  •   True 
  •   False

Question 5

3 / 3 pts

The front part of the brain, called the prefrontal cortex, is one of the last brain regions to mature.

  •   True 
  •   False

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(Solved): TEL 431 L6: Quiz...


TEL431 L6: Quiz 

  • Due Nov 22 at 11:59pm

Instructions

This quiz is open note and is not timed. This quiz is comprehensive and covers information from all readings/videos in this lesson overview and learning materials page, including any that are embedded in the activity template.

Score for this quiz: 20 out of 20

Submitted Nov 21

Question 1

2 / 2 pts

According to Brene Brown, vulnerability is really about

  •   lifestyle
  •    listening
  •   collaborating
  •   connecting

Question 2

2 / 2 pts

The one thing Brown believes is most "unravels" our ability to relate to one another is shame. Brown defines shame as the fear of being disconnected.

  •   True
  •    False 

Question 3

2 / 2 pts

According to Brown's work, worthiness, defined as a strong sense of love and belonging, is the one trait that sets apart those who are courageous from those who are not.

  •   True
  •   False

Question 4

2 / 2 pts

Being courageous and being brave are the same thing.

  •   True
  •    False

 Question 5

2 / 2 pts

Worthy people have the courage to be _________, and they fully embrace vulnerability.

  •   brave
  •   imperfect
  •   bold 
  •   lovable

 Question 6

2 / 2 pts

According to Brown, vulnerable people view being courageous as __________.

  •   a necessity.
  •   an important character trait.
  •   necessary for collaboration.
  •   an important factor for workplace success.

Question 7

2 / 2 pts

Brown explains that we are imperfect and hardwired for struggle. When uncertain situations create emotion, and that when humans numb their emotions in uncertain situations, they might also numb positive emotions like joy, gratitude, and happiness. This could have detrimental effects. Instead, Brown suggests we practice gratitude and joy in those moments of terror, because "to feel this vulnerable means I'm alive."

  •   True
  •   False
  •    Brown does not address this in her TEDTalk.

 Question 8

2 / 2 pts

Evaluation by a supervisor is the most traditional form of workplace performance review. In a 360 Assessment, the supervisor ___________.

  •   is not included in the process; but is necessary that the supervisor reviews the results with the employee in order that it be a sanctioned process.
  •   is not included in the process.
  •    should be included in order to provide a comprehensive picture of an employee's performance.
  •   has to be included otherwise results are invalid.
  •    all of the above 

Question 9

2 / 2 pts

The 360 Assessment process is valuable because

  •   it provides accurate information related to professional performance.
  •   it addresses multiple perspectives that are helpful in viewing teamwork, employee development, and customer relations. 
  •   it provides insight into difficult work-related struggles. 
  •   it is initiated by the employee, not the supervisor.

 Question 10

2 / 2 pts

In a 360 Assessment, the individuals rate themselves. This creates a situation where the employee feels a fair and well-rounded performance appraisal has been conducted.

  •   True 
  •   False

 

 


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(Solved): WPC 300 : Quiz 11: Bias...


Quiz 11: Bias

Started: Nov 19

Quiz Instructions

 

 

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Question 1     1 pts

Over-reliant on the first piece of information is called ____________

Group of answer choices

  • Bandwagon effect
  • Zero risk bias
  • Clustering illusion
  • Anchoring bias

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Question 2          1 pts

Gamblers' fallacy is ____________.

Group of answer choices

  • a clustering illusion
  • an endowment effect bias
  • framing effect bias
  • a zero-risk bias

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Question 3          1 pts

When you keep eating the food you don't like precisely because you already bought the food, you are committing _____________.

Group of answer choices

  • sunk-cost fallacy
  • availability heuristics bias
  • endowment effect bias
  • zero risk bias

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Question 4        1 pts

Which of the following statements is true?

Group of answer choices

  • Experimentation is a way of analytical thinking
  • Using intuition is a way of analytical thinking
  • Analytical thinking is not based on facts
  • Heuristic thinking is slow

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Question 5        1 pts

Which of the following biases cannot be categorized as a cognitive bias?

Group of answer choices

  • Groupthink
  • Anchoring Bias
  • Sunk cost fallacy
  • None of the answer selections are correct

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Question 6       1 pts

A person who is convinced he is gaining admission to Harvard by merely applying is suffering from:

Group of answer choices

  • Gambler’s fallacy
  • Overconfidence
  • Zero-risk bias
  • None of the answer selections are correct

 Flag this Question

Question 7       1 pts

When you buy a new car, you value it more than the price you paid because of:

Group of answer choices

  • Zero-risk bias
  • Endowment effect bias
  • Sunk cost fallacy
  • None of the answer selections are correct

 Flag this Question

Question 8       1 pts

Which of the following is not a drawback of analytical decision making?

Group of answer choices

  • Delayed action
  • Lack of flexibility
  • Frustration in teams
  • None of the answer selections are correct

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Question 9      1 pts

You bought a top of the line laptop because your friends were so enthusiastic about theirs. Which kind of bias is in action here?

Group of answer choices

  • Bandwagon effect
  • Zero-risk bias
  • Overconfidence
  • Endowment effect

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Question 10      1 pts

What kinds of bias could show up when collecting data?

Group of answer choices

  • Framing effect
  • Sampling bias
  • Self-selection bias
  • All of the answer selections are correct

 

 


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(Solved): EDP310 L6: Quiz - Social Cognitive Theory ...


L6: Quiz - Social Cognitive Theory 

  • Due Nov 22 at 11:59pm

Instructions

This online quiz will consist of questions related to the Cognitive View on motivation.

These questions will be very detailed!

Attempt History


Submitted Nov 19Score for this quiz: 30 out of 30

This attempt took 90 minutes.

 

Question 1

2 / 2 pts

According to Bandura what happens in our environment has no impact on our behavior.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 2

2 / 2 pts

Bandura believes that an individual's cognitive thinking abilities have no impact on their behavior. 

  •   True
  •   False 

Question 3

2 / 2 pts

Bandura believes that self-efficacy is context specific.

  •   True
  •    False 
  • Question 4

2 / 2 pts

To Bandura, modeling refers to our ability to observe someone else's behavior. He says we can imagine the outcome or consequence of their choices as applied to us, when we are in the same type of situation.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 5

2 / 2 pts

According to Bandura, Reciprocal Determinism involves the relationship between 3 components: behavior, personal factors, and environmental factors

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 6

2 / 2 pts

Which of the following is NOT a source of self-efficacy according to Bandura?

  •   Performance attainment
  •   Vicarious experience
  •   Verbal persuasion
  •   Repetition of affirmations 

Question 7

2 / 2 pts

Bandura's Bobo Doll experiment showed that children who see violence on a regular basis may have an increased risk of becoming aggressive themselves. 

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 8

2 / 2 pts

Bronfenbrenner believed that social forces, and the interactions between different forces, and the influence of time upon an individual all greatly influence our performance.

  •   True
  •    False

 Question 9

2 / 2 pts

An important aspect of Bronfenbrenner's theory is that when an individual's different microsystems are compatible, they progress more smoothly in our development.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 10

2 / 2 pts

For Bronfenbrenner, cultural values and norms are a part of the exosystem.

  •   True
  •   False

Question 11

2 / 2 pts

In Bronfenbrenner's model, an individual's family, church group, and workplace could all be considered a part of the ___________.

  •   microsystem 
  •   exosystem
  •   macrosystem

Question 12

2 / 2 pts

Bronfenbrenner's model does not account for a situation when one microsystem environment effects another microsystem environment in an individual's life.

  •   True
  •   False

Question 13

2 / 2 pts

The only kind of mentors that are effective are direct mentors.

  •   True
  •    False

Question 14

2 / 2 pts

Mentors come and go, based on circumstances and your need.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 15

2 / 2 pts

Macrosystem refers to attitudes and ideologies of the culture.

  •   True
  •   False

 

 


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(Solved): phi360 Module 6 Quiz ...


Module 6 Quiz 

  • Due Nov 22 at 11:59pm

Instructions

Please choose the best answer for the following questions:

Score for this quiz: 20 out of 20

Submitted Nov 18

This attempt took 90 minutes.

 

Question 1

2 / 2 pts

According to Galbraith, The Dependence Effect comes about when...

  •   ... companies depend on consumers for sales.
  •   ... marketing strategies are designed to discover what consumers want, then products are made to satisfy consumers.
  •   ... consumer desires are created by the process by which they are satisfied.
  •    ... production of products cannot go forward without interviewing the company's dependents.

 Question 2

2 / 2 pts

According to Savan, we are exposed to roughly how many advertisements in one day?

  •   16
  •   160
  •   16,000
  •    782

 Question 3

2 / 2 pts

Which of the following is a type of argumentative fallacy where the conclusion does not follow from the premises?

  •   DeMorgan's Fallacy
  •   Non Sequitur Fallacy
  •    Brain Freeze Fallacy 
  •   Prima Nocta Fallacy

 Question 4

2 / 2 pts

Which of the following is not considered by Goldman to be one of the ideal conditions for pure competition in free markets?

  •   Competition within industries among firms
  •   Fluidity of labor and capital
  •   Unregulated marketing content
  •   Perfect knowledge on the part of consumers
  •    Producer's knowledge of consumer demands

 Question 5

2 / 2 pts

Delivering marketing content comes with all of the normal rights that individuals have in terms of free speech and expression.

  •   True
  •   False

 Question 6

2 / 2 pts

____________________ is the argument that says we have a moral obligation to use our disposable income to help alleviate suffering rather than purchase "fluff" or luxury goods and services (as presented in this module).

  •   The Vagary Argument
  •    The Prime Ethics Argument
  •   The Affluence Argument
  •    The Shareholder Argument

 Question 7

2 / 2 pts

One of the results of the Dependence Effect, according to Galbraith, is that...

  •   ... people purchase products that they don't need instead of spending money on things they actually need.
  •    ... people end up disillusioned with life.
  •    ... people become dependent on their supervisors (all the way up the chain) to have a meaningful career.
  •    ... people abuse drugs more regularly in free market societies.

 Question 8

2 / 2 pts

In the text, von Hayek argues that...

  •   ... Galbraith's theory of The Dependence Effect is a good, sound theory. 
  •   ... Galbraith's theory of The Dependence Effect is unlikely and doesn't consider the impact of producing cultural goods.
  •    ... Galbraith's theory of the Dependence Effect is a clear example of how much we depend on technology.
  •   . free market societies are worse off than socialist societies.

 Question 9

2 / 2 pts

Following FTC regulations is all that is needed to ensure a marketing campaign is ethical.

  •   True
  •   False
  • Question 10

2 / 2 pts

Goldman believes that advertising has a way of dictating or censoring the content that accompanies that advertising by appealing to the "least common denominators".

  •   True
  •    False

 

 

 


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(Solved): CIS365 : W5A1 - Joins/Group/Nest: 3 bonus points for early s...


CIS 365

W5A1 - Joins/Group/Nest: 3 bonus points for early submission

Started: Nov 15

Quiz Instructions
BONUS POINTS FOR 24HR EARLY SUBMISSION.  THEY WILL BE APPLIED ONLY IF ALL QUESTIONS WERE ANSWERED COMPLETELY - NO BONUS POINTS FOR MISSING FILES.
This is an INDIVIDUAL assignment - do not discuss answers with other class members other than general questions on slack.

Write the SQL scripts (queries) to answer all questions.  Use the Family Adventure Resorts ERD and schema that is provided in the Week 4 module page on Canvas.

You will need to keep a copy of your queries in a notepad file (your notepad file includes queries only, without results) and submit it so that we can copy your queries into our database and test them.
Take a screenshot of each query/result – one per page - (similar to the example shown below, cropping out the unnecessary areas) and insert into a Word document.  All screenshots will be inserted into ONE document in the correct numerical order (Q1, Q2, Q3, ...).  When finished, save your Word document as a .pdf file.  The .pdf file and notepad file will be submitted as the final questions of your assignment.  Make sure you use comment statements to include your name and the assignment number (first screen only), and each full question including the question number and points (reminder - a comment begins with /* and ends with */ for multiple-line images). 

The points for each question typically, are one point for each clause (line of code). The code typed into Canvas will not include comments.

 

For this assignment (joins), link the tables in either the WHERE clause or in the FROM clause – depending on the requirements of the question.  It will be clearly stated.

When coding join…on, join the tables (in alphabetical order - families before guests),  then link the tables on a separate line. After tables are properly linked, code the other conditions for the result.

For table aliases, use the first letter of the table name:

For column aliases, if you are asked to include them, they will be (shown in parenthesis).  Always use "double quotes" for column aliases; do not code the word (as).

Code ALL statements in lowercase, one clause per line

Qualify attributes only if they are spelled identically in all statement tables (i.e. s.s# = c.s#) or if needed by the query.

When ordering the result, use the column reference (i.e. – order by 4).

When comparing dates, use date functions.  Dates are considered character data - use a single quote around any part of the date.

Show all columns of data (do not concatenate names).
 

When joining, code the join specified in the parenthesis before the question:
 - for simple joins; the linking info is in the WHERE clause
 - for inner or outer joins, omit the word (inner/outer) and use Join… On, or left/right Join… On
                           (follow the formats given in the lecture videos)
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Question 1                                  8 pts
(simple join)

List all condo numbers in building c (building c condos), then the date they were cleaned, then the first and last name of the housekeeper who cleaned them in August, 2019.  Do not list duplicate info.

 

 

Question 2                             6 pts
 (inner join)

Display the activities reserved in June, 2019 for more than 3 people. Display the activity description (activities reserved in june 2019 > 3 participants). Do not include duplicate information.

 

Question 3                       5 pts
(inner join)

Retrieve a list of all guides who did not renewed their certifications last year (2019).  Include ID, first & last name, and (number of days overdue).  Code the calculation on a separate line.

 

Question 4                        7 pts
(simple join)

Management needs the names of all guides who lead an activity with an expired certificate last year - 2019. Display the guide's first & last name, the certificate renewal date, and the date and description (activity) of the activity.

 

Question 5                       11 pts
(inner join)

We need the date (horseback reservation) and first & last names of all girls - the children - who went horseback riding last year - 2019.  List by family name within date.

 

Question 6                            5 pts
(self join - simple)

For each manager (m), retrieve their last name (manager) and hire date and the last names (personnel) and hire dates of all personnel (p) working under them.  Code the manager's data and personnel's data on separate lines.  List by the manager's last name.

 

Question 7                         4 pts
(left join)

Display all guests who have ever participated in an activity, and include those guests in the result who have not participated. Display the guest number and last name, the reservation number, the activity number, the date of the activity, and the number who participated in the activity.  List the results by the reservation number.                
Hint: this requires only 1 statement.

 

Question 8                    4 pts
(right join)

Display all guests who have NEVER participated in an activity.  Display the guest number and last name, and the reservation number.
  Hint: This is a modification of Q7.

 

Question 9                   8 pts
Some condo fees are increasing.  All 3-bed, 2-bath condos have increased 8% in the price of the weekly stay.  Make the changes in the database first.  Then retrieve the price increase of only those condos affected by this price increase - show all data for those records.   (Use one screenshot only for your screen shot file). 
Attempt this question after all prior questions are completed.

 

Question 10              9 pts
How many reservations for activities does each guide have? List the guide ID, last name, and hire date, and the number of reservations (reservations per guide).  Calculate the number of reservations on a separte line.  Show only those guides with 4 or more reservations and display the largest number of reservations first.

 

Question 11                 10 pts
Retrieve the guest number, family last name, the number of times each family stayed at the resort in 2019 (number of stays in 2019) and the total fees collected (total condo fees collected) from each family for the rented condos.  Calculate the number of stays and total fees on separate lines.  Show guests with the highest total collected first.

 

Question 12                 11 pts
Write the fully nested query to display the guest number (guests on horseback), city and state of all guests who reserved a horseback riding activity in June and July of 2019.

 

Question 13                  12 pts
Write a combination join and nested query:
Retrieve the date of the reservation and all activity descriptions (a104 guests activities in 2019) that any guest of a104 participated. Housekeeping found a snake and are trying to figure out how it may have gotten into the condo.
Hint: you will bypass the guests table.

 

Question 14                   15 pts
Unit C105 had quite a bit of damage after the last family stayed during the week of July 20, 2019.
Write a fully nested query to obtain a list of the children’s names (children staying in c105 july 20th week) and ages.  Code the age on a separate line.
Hint: you are looking for an exact match on the date so don't use a date function here.  Follow the ERD - use all tables.

 


Question 15                        5 pts
Upload your screen shots file.  Label the filename: firstInitialLastName.pdf
       (i.e. KMoser.pdf)

This file must be uploaded to receive any points for this assignment.  Missing file will result in zero score for this assignment.

5 points for a complete set of screenshots
4 points for somewhat complete
3 points for almost complete
2 points for not quite complete
1 points for not complete
0 points for missing file
Upload 
Choose a File
 

Question 16                      5 pts
Upload your scripts file.  Label the filename: firstInitialLastName.txt
       (i.e. KMoser.txt)
This file must be uploaded to receive any points for this assignment.  Missing file will result in zero score for this assignment.
5 points for a complete set of screenshots
4 points for somewhat complete
3 points for almost complete
2 points for not quite complete
1 points for not complete
0 points for missing file
Upload 

 


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(Solved): network security...


Security Paper Instructions and Grading Rubric
You are to write a research essay on an approved computer security or privacy topic (see page 3 for a list of approved topics). Your essay must include a work cited page for any information that you find from at least three sources (your book can count for one source). If you choose to use internet sources, they must be cited correctly. The specifications for the paper are listed below. All essays will be run through a plagiarism checking software. If any portion of your paper is copied directly from an internet source or copied from another student, I will take action as deemed appropriate according to the Academic Dishonesty portion of your syllabus.
• You can submit the paper only once
• No late papers will be accepted
• The paper must be submitted in a Word, pdf, or GoogleDoc format
Word Document – Written Essay
• Length: Must be at least 3 full pages but no more than 6 NOT including the cover page and works cited page (that mean at least 3 pages of written text).
• References: You should have at least 3 sources and they need to be referenced according to APA rules.
• Title page: Your header will appear on the first page only (cover page) in the upper-left header and contain the words “Running head: TITLE OF YOUR PAPER”. Following pages will only contain the title of your paper in the upper-left section of the header. The page number should appear in the right section of the header and not appear on the first page. In addition, the title should appear centered horizontally and vertically on the page. The title should be your own unique name for your paper, not just the topic of the essay. Under the title you should have your name and the name of the college.
• Font: Times New Roman, 12pt.
• Spacing: Double spaced, with no extra spacing between paragraphs
• Margins: All margins set to 1”
• Works Cited Page: This page should appear on a page of its own at the end of the essay. No separate document or file will be accepted.
• No abstract is needed for this paper.
The formatting of this paper follows general APA formatting. If you need further information on how to set up a research paper using APA format you can go to: Purdue University Online Writing Lab-General APA Guidelines (opens new window)

Approved Topics
Below is a list of approved topics for your security paper. If you would like to write about another topic on computer security, please email your instructor prior to writing the paper for approval. Unapproved topics will receive a grade of zero (0).
1. Ransomware: What is it? Examples and prevention.
2. What security vulnerabilities does Bluetooth technology pose/
3. How does encryption help computer and network security?
4. Biometric security
5. Describe at least 4 measures that help make passwords more secure, e.g. length, complexity, one-way hash, lockout, frequency of change, pepper, etc.
6. What is two-factor authentication?
7. Tips to making secure financial transactions online and preventing financial fraud
8. Social engineering: what is it? Examples and prevention
9. Safe use of consumer devices such as baby monitors, voice-activated devices, etc.
10. Phishing: What is it? Examples and prevention.
11. How do patches and updates prevent hacking?
12. Review 3 top antivirus software packages
13. Describe the security concept of “layers of defense”.
14. Describe the security concept of “CIA Triad”.
15. Are computer keyboards and webcam vulnerable to computer attacks? If so, how and what can be done to reduce the vulnerability.
16. Describe 3 of the most damaging and widely publicized incidents of hacking that resulted in the theft of personal data and/or financial loss.
17. Describe 3 methods to secure your home network.
18. Describe 3 current U.S. laws related to computer security
19. Describe a honeypot or honeynet.
20. Rootkit. What is it? Examples and prevention.
21. Scareware. What is it? Examples and prevention.
22. Describe DoS and DDoS attacks.
23. Describe the role of computer and data backups in security and 3 good methods of completing backups.
24. Describe a data breach and what companies can do to prevent it.
25. White hat and black hat hackers: who are they?


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