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1. Describe the process of beta oxidation of fatty acids with FA
activation and degradation?
2. Discuss the oxidation of unsaturated FAs with their three
problems?
3. Explain the steps of odd chain FAs oxidation with emphasis
on mutase?
4. Give the differences in peroxisomal and mitochondrial beta
oxidation?
5. What are ketone bodies and write the steps of ketogenesis
and metabolic degradation of ketone bodies?
Firewall Security Strategies
You are working with your manager on a project. You are
attempting to determine the best approach for securing inbound
traffic from the Internet to various application servers on the
client’s local area network (LAN). You would like to select a
strategy that gives the client significant control over user
accessibility. You would also like to ensure that all data passing
into your client’s network is properly evaluated before access is
granted. Integrity of data is the top priority; however, your
client has a limited budget for deployment.
Using the information presented above, discuss which of the
following firewall security strategies would be a good fit for
your client’s network environment.
Firewall Security Strategies
Security through obscurity
By configuring systems in a way that does not follow normal
patterns and is not easily understandable, security through
obscurity can be obtained. By utilizing abnormal configurations,
the probability of exploitation is reduced and a level of
protection is obtained. Administrators seek security through
obscurity by performing one or more of the following actions:
· Modification of default ports
· Spoofing of banners or headers
· Utilization of extraordinary long Uniform Resource Locators
(URLs)
· Utilizing uncommon protocols or operating systems
Keep in mind that this strategy may instill a false sense of
security. Because attackers have multiple methods to scan
against system configurations, utilizing this as the only security
mechanism is like using nothing at all.
Least privilege
This strategy requires that each user or group that requires
access to resources be explicitly granted permission. Because
all resource access would be denied by default, each individual
access need would have to be individually addressed. When
least privilege is employed, there is often a dramatic increase in
administrative overhead as a direct result. Least privilege is
preferred for administrative scenarios.
Simplicity
This strategy reinforces that the selected solution should remain
simple. By retaining a simple solution, the potential for error in
configuration, bugs, or other problems is reduced.
Defense in Depth
This strategy emphasizes on a layered approach. The use of
multiple safeguards ensures that no system that represents a
single point of failure could be breached. The characteristics of
a defense-in-depth strategy are:
· Public networks are separate from private networks
· Multiple security controls are implemented
· Redundant security controls are implemented
· Consists of multiple tiers or layers
Diversity of Defense
Diversity of defense is similar to defense in depth in terms of
layered approach. The distinction is that diversity in defense
represents each of those layers with a different technology.
Chokepoint
A chokepoint forces all traffic through a single pathway to
ensure that security checks take place. This strategy is only
valuable if the chokepoint is hard to bypass or skip around.
Additionally, because all traffic is funneled into the single
pathway, issues regarding bandwidth constraints or performance
problems may arise.
Weakest Link
Because all environments have a weakest link, this strategy
subscribes to the continuous process of identifying the weakest
link and eradicating it.
Fail-safe
Failure is destined to occur on security systems, and when it
does a strategy for handling the failure should already be in
place. When a failure occurs and a fail-safe is triggered, there
are two possible reactive choices:
· Fail-open: Security systems fail, but in order to maintain
availability network communications are allowed to continue.
· Fail-closed: When security fails in order to retain security and
integrity, the network pathway is closed and traffic flow does
not continue.
Fail-safe is a strategy that is most often used in conjunction
with other strategies.
Forced Universal Participation
When it comes to selecting a security strategy it is important
that all users and groups involved in its execution are
supportive. End users are a potentially exploitable key for an
attacker to utilize in order to gain unauthorized access to a
network environment. When end users intentionally or
inadvertently do not follow security principals, an attacker can
more readily cause a breach in the security systems. A good
example of this is when users write down their user name and
password information and store them in plain sight. Without
buy-in to the selected security strategy and a commitment to
following protocol, there is a higher probability for breach.
Selecting and following through with the implementation of a
forced universal participation strategy will ensure that security
policies are observed.
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Executive Program Practical Connection Assignment
Component
Proficient (15 to 20 points)
Competent (8 to 14 points)
Novice (1 to 7 points)
Score
Assignment Requirements
Student completed all required portions of the assignment
Completed portions of the assignment
Did not complete the required assignment.
Writing Skills, Grammar, and APA Formatting
Assignment strongly demonstrates graduate-level proficiency in
organization, grammar, and style.
Assignment is well written, and ideas are well developed and
explained. Demonstrates strong writing skills. Student paid
close attention to spelling and punctuation. Sentences and
paragraphs are grammatically correct.
Proper use of APA formatting. Properly and explicitly cited
outside resources. Reference list matches citations.
Assignment demonstrates graduate-level proficiency in
organization, grammar, and style.
Assignment is effectively communicated, but some sections
lacking clarity. Student paid some attention to spelling and
punctuation, but there are errors within the writing. Needs
attention to proper writing skills.
Use of APA formatting and citations of outside resources, but
has a few instances in which proper citations are missing.
Assignment does not demonstrate graduate-level proficiency in
organization, grammar, and style.
Assignment is poorly written and confusing. Ideas are not
communicated effectively. Student paid no attention to spelling
and punctuation. Demonstrates poor writing skills.
The assignment lacks the use of APA formatting and does not
provide proper citations or includes no citations.
Maintains purpose/focus
Submission is well organized and has a tight and cohesive focus
that is integrated throughout the document
Submissions has an organizational structure and the focus is
clear throughout.
Submission lacks focus or contains major drifts in focus
Understanding of Course Content
Student demonstrates understand of course content and
knowledge.
Student demonstrates some understanding of course content and
knowledge.
Student does not demonstrate understanding of course content
and knowledge.
Work Environment Application
Student strongly demonstrates the practical application, or
ability to apply, of course objectives within a work
environment.
Student demonstrates some practical application, or ability to
apply, of course objectives within a work environment.
Student does not demonstrate the practical application, or
ability to apply, of course objectives within a work
environment.

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1. Describe the process of beta oxidation of fatty acids with FA a

  • 1. 1. Describe the process of beta oxidation of fatty acids with FA activation and degradation? 2. Discuss the oxidation of unsaturated FAs with their three problems? 3. Explain the steps of odd chain FAs oxidation with emphasis on mutase? 4. Give the differences in peroxisomal and mitochondrial beta oxidation? 5. What are ketone bodies and write the steps of ketogenesis and metabolic degradation of ketone bodies? Firewall Security Strategies You are working with your manager on a project. You are attempting to determine the best approach for securing inbound traffic from the Internet to various application servers on the client’s local area network (LAN). You would like to select a strategy that gives the client significant control over user accessibility. You would also like to ensure that all data passing into your client’s network is properly evaluated before access is granted. Integrity of data is the top priority; however, your client has a limited budget for deployment. Using the information presented above, discuss which of the following firewall security strategies would be a good fit for your client’s network environment. Firewall Security Strategies Security through obscurity By configuring systems in a way that does not follow normal patterns and is not easily understandable, security through obscurity can be obtained. By utilizing abnormal configurations,
  • 2. the probability of exploitation is reduced and a level of protection is obtained. Administrators seek security through obscurity by performing one or more of the following actions: · Modification of default ports · Spoofing of banners or headers · Utilization of extraordinary long Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) · Utilizing uncommon protocols or operating systems Keep in mind that this strategy may instill a false sense of security. Because attackers have multiple methods to scan against system configurations, utilizing this as the only security mechanism is like using nothing at all. Least privilege This strategy requires that each user or group that requires access to resources be explicitly granted permission. Because all resource access would be denied by default, each individual access need would have to be individually addressed. When least privilege is employed, there is often a dramatic increase in administrative overhead as a direct result. Least privilege is preferred for administrative scenarios. Simplicity This strategy reinforces that the selected solution should remain simple. By retaining a simple solution, the potential for error in configuration, bugs, or other problems is reduced. Defense in Depth This strategy emphasizes on a layered approach. The use of multiple safeguards ensures that no system that represents a single point of failure could be breached. The characteristics of a defense-in-depth strategy are: · Public networks are separate from private networks · Multiple security controls are implemented
  • 3. · Redundant security controls are implemented · Consists of multiple tiers or layers Diversity of Defense Diversity of defense is similar to defense in depth in terms of layered approach. The distinction is that diversity in defense represents each of those layers with a different technology. Chokepoint A chokepoint forces all traffic through a single pathway to ensure that security checks take place. This strategy is only valuable if the chokepoint is hard to bypass or skip around. Additionally, because all traffic is funneled into the single pathway, issues regarding bandwidth constraints or performance problems may arise. Weakest Link Because all environments have a weakest link, this strategy subscribes to the continuous process of identifying the weakest link and eradicating it. Fail-safe Failure is destined to occur on security systems, and when it does a strategy for handling the failure should already be in place. When a failure occurs and a fail-safe is triggered, there are two possible reactive choices: · Fail-open: Security systems fail, but in order to maintain availability network communications are allowed to continue. · Fail-closed: When security fails in order to retain security and integrity, the network pathway is closed and traffic flow does not continue. Fail-safe is a strategy that is most often used in conjunction with other strategies. Forced Universal Participation
  • 4. When it comes to selecting a security strategy it is important that all users and groups involved in its execution are supportive. End users are a potentially exploitable key for an attacker to utilize in order to gain unauthorized access to a network environment. When end users intentionally or inadvertently do not follow security principals, an attacker can more readily cause a breach in the security systems. A good example of this is when users write down their user name and password information and store them in plain sight. Without buy-in to the selected security strategy and a commitment to following protocol, there is a higher probability for breach. Selecting and following through with the implementation of a forced universal participation strategy will ensure that security policies are observed. © 2014 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company. All rights reserved. www.jblearning.com Page 2 Executive Program Practical Connection Assignment Component Proficient (15 to 20 points) Competent (8 to 14 points) Novice (1 to 7 points) Score Assignment Requirements Student completed all required portions of the assignment Completed portions of the assignment
  • 5. Did not complete the required assignment. Writing Skills, Grammar, and APA Formatting Assignment strongly demonstrates graduate-level proficiency in organization, grammar, and style. Assignment is well written, and ideas are well developed and explained. Demonstrates strong writing skills. Student paid close attention to spelling and punctuation. Sentences and paragraphs are grammatically correct. Proper use of APA formatting. Properly and explicitly cited outside resources. Reference list matches citations. Assignment demonstrates graduate-level proficiency in organization, grammar, and style. Assignment is effectively communicated, but some sections lacking clarity. Student paid some attention to spelling and punctuation, but there are errors within the writing. Needs attention to proper writing skills. Use of APA formatting and citations of outside resources, but has a few instances in which proper citations are missing. Assignment does not demonstrate graduate-level proficiency in
  • 6. organization, grammar, and style. Assignment is poorly written and confusing. Ideas are not communicated effectively. Student paid no attention to spelling and punctuation. Demonstrates poor writing skills. The assignment lacks the use of APA formatting and does not provide proper citations or includes no citations. Maintains purpose/focus Submission is well organized and has a tight and cohesive focus that is integrated throughout the document Submissions has an organizational structure and the focus is clear throughout. Submission lacks focus or contains major drifts in focus Understanding of Course Content Student demonstrates understand of course content and knowledge. Student demonstrates some understanding of course content and knowledge. Student does not demonstrate understanding of course content and knowledge.
  • 7. Work Environment Application Student strongly demonstrates the practical application, or ability to apply, of course objectives within a work environment. Student demonstrates some practical application, or ability to apply, of course objectives within a work environment. Student does not demonstrate the practical application, or ability to apply, of course objectives within a work environment.