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Humongous is fairly decentralized, and each internal group requires a considerable amount of autonomy. However, the company has adopted a single information secu-
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Design Activity: Designing Security for Network Management
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rity policy and requires all departments and divisions to adhere to it. A single Windows Server 2003 domain exists. All user accounts are in the Users container, and all com puter accounts are in the Computers container.
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Humongous does not believe in providing extensive training for IT professionals. It also believes that ordinary employees can learn to perform administrative duties and perform them adequately. The company does not pay well.
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Last year, a former employee was able to penetrate the network and obtain confidential files. This type of intrusion needs to be prevented in the future.
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Exercise 1: Establish Administrative Management of Users and Computers
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Answer the following question. 1. What kind of organization of users and computers should be established Why
Exercise 2: Establish Administrative Authority Level
Answer the following questions. 1. Some users in each division will need administrative authority. What is the best way to provide this Why is this the best way
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Exercise 3: Supervise Administrators
Answer the following question. 1. A methodology for ensuring that administrators don t overstep their authority is required. What would you suggest
Summary
Manage administrative risks by:
Developing secure work practices Limiting administrative powers Locking down administrative tools
EMS provides a way to remotely recover a server that cannot be recovered by other means. The forest is a security boundary. The domain is not.
Exam Highlights
Before taking the exam, review these key points and terms. You need to know this information.
Summary and Exam Highlights
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Key Points
You should apply as many technical controls as you can. The use of separate for ests, domains, and OUs can provide a variety of help. Use separation of duties to provide security. If two actions are required and each action must be completed by a different person, each person will be more respon sible. If you reduce the attack surface by not installing unnecessary services and software, you will prevent attacks. All administrative activities should be monitored. Doing this can provide help when things go wrong and also give an early warning when administrative privi lege is being overstepped. Emergency Management Services must be secured by securing the out-of-band infrastructure.
Key Terms
Autonomy A situation in which external control is possible even while local control is the way things are done. Isolation A state in which there is a clear, precise boundary and in which there is no inherent connection or way for administrators from one network to administer another. Security boundary A boundary that isolates computer systems from each other. Security policy boundary A boundary that is logical. There can be a way to cross this boundary.
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Questions and Answers
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Lesson 1
Practice: Documenting the Process of Creating a Secure Installation
1. What are the steps in the process of creating a secure installation
Answer: 1) Isolate the server. It should not be on the production network. 2) Provide a way to prevent installation of optional items during the installation. 3) Provide a way to add services that are required by this server that are options during instal lation, such as promoting the computer to a domain controller. 4) Provide a way to add services that are required for this server that are not part of a normal installation. 5) Provide a way to apply security configuration settings determined by policy. Because default .inf files are used during a normal installation , these files could be modified and provided. 6) Provide a way to apply additional security settings that cannot be configured in the default .inf files. 7) Provide a way to add software such as service packs and security patches. 8) Provide a way to add software such as Microsoft SQL Server or a third-party product.
2. Where possible, list a security benefit of taking the steps you have listed.
Answer: For the step Isolate the server, it should not be on the production network. The security ben efit is that a separate network is free of contamination from servers and clients that might have already been compromised. It is free of attacks from outside the network because it is not con nected to another one, and it should be free from attacks inside the network because the com puters are installed on it from secure sources. For the step Provide a way to prevent installation of optional items during the installation, the less unnecessary software there is running on the server, the less attack surface there is available. For the step Provide a way to apply security configuration settings determined by policy, because default .inf files are used during a normal installation, these files could be modified and provided. Bringing up a server in a secure mode prevents the possibility that it can be com promised before security settings are configured. For the step Provide a way to apply additional security settings that cannot be configured in the default .inf files, bringing up a server in a secure mode prevents the possibility that it can be compromised before security settings are configured. For the step Provide a way to add any additional software such as service packs, security patches, bringing up a server in a secure mode prevents the possibility that it can be compro mised before security settings are configured. The security benefit is that if the installation itself is secure, each server installed from its image has the potential for similar security from the start.
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