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Explain the service startup types, and be sure to explain and point out dependencies:

Explain the service startup types, and be sure to explain and point out dependencies:
• Automatic (Delayed Start):
• Automatic:
• Manual:
• Disabled

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Please follow the instructions precisely and answer all the questions.

The instructions are attached. I have also included my presentation from Project 1 for you to reference. Please follow the instructions precisely and answer all the questions.

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In chapter 1 part 2, you have been presented with four business tools for analyzing businesses (see figure 1.19).

In Chapter 1 Part 2, you have been presented with four Business Tools for Analyzing Businesses (See figure 1.19). Continuing to assist CIO Bob Stetzel discuss why you are recommending the tool or tools you have selected?, you need to recommend to him which tool or tools would be appropriate for Bob to use in analyzing VTB. What is your recommendation and

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You just received a shipment of two customized computer systems and need to figure out which workstation is the cad computer and which is the video-editing workstation.

Post a response to a new thread to ONE of the following topics. Your post should be in complete sentences, in your own words, and with correct spelling/grammar/punctuation. Be specific and detailed when posting. Vague or incomplete responses will not receive full credit.
Topics:
You have a contactless magnetic stripe and chip reader by Square. What type of wireless transmission does the device use to receive encrypted data? Explain how it works.
You just received a shipment of two customized computer systems and need to figure out which workstation is the CAD computer and which is the video-editing workstation. While examining the specifications for each, what telltale differences will help you to identify them correctly?

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Explain why.

Managing an operating system involves performing installation and configuration tasks for a whole assortment of devices including storage, input/output (I/O) devices, and even printers.
Once you have completed the LabSim tasks, prepare a 2-page Word document that summarizes one of the hands-on simulations. Select any of the hands-on activities assigned in this Unit. Describe the process that you used to complete the task (i.e., configure virtual memory).
Describe your thoughts about whether the process that you followed to complete the activity would influence your choice of operating systems. Consider if you thought the process was complicated and if you thought it might be easier using a different operating system. Explain why.
Discuss any insights regarding the various tasks.
Create a 1-page MS Word document that contains the following:
Cover page (does not count towards the 1-page requirement)
Your full name
Course code, session, and section (e.g., ITCO-211-2203A-01)
Submission date
Assignment name (Unit 3 IP2)
Describe the process used to complete the labs in this unit.
Was it complicated?
Could it be easier with other OSs? Explain.
Share additional insights.
Reference page in APA format, if applicable (does not count towards the 1-page requirement)
Cover page and reference page are not included in page count. Document formatting, citations, and references must follow APA format. The AIU APA Guide includes sections for paper formatting, as well as reference and citation examples. For example, 250 words equals one page of content.
Save your document with the course, assignment, and your name (i.e., ITCO-211_Unit3_IP2_Neo_Anderson.docx). Submit your document for grading. Refer to the grading rubric for criteria your instructor will use to grade your submission.

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Explain the service startup types, and be sure to explain and point out dependencies:

Explain the service startup types, and be sure to explain and point out dependencies:
*Automatic (Delayed Start):
*Automatic
*Manual
*Disabled

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Address the question in a general way and also provide examples from the past 12 months.

Risk acceptance and risk control are two strategies that organizations utilize to deal with risk. Risk control focuses on eliminating, reducing, or mitigating risk, while risk acceptance strategy determines and specifies the level of risk that an organization is willing to accept. As one can imagine, it is not possible to prevent or protect against all risk.
Taking into consideration the material from this module, under what circumstances should risk control strategies and/or risk acceptance strategies be applied? Address the question in a general way and also provide examples from the past 12 months.

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Those new to business can have a rude awakening if the deflationary period of the last decade has become their new baseline of normal.

Be sure to post an initial, substantive response by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. MST and respond to 2 or more peers with substantive responses by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MST. Be sure you write a substantive initial post, answer the question presented completely and/or ask a thoughtful question pertaining to the topic. Also ensure your substantive peer responses has a thoughtful question pertaining to the topic and/or has answers to a question (in detail) posted by another student or the instructor.
Response 1
Businesses provide a product or service to generate enough profit to make the venture worthwhile. When times are good, businesses with a competitive advantage thrive. There are always sharks in the proverbial waters however that pose a risk to business. Analyzing, prioritizing, and managing these risks with the resources available helps to ensure longevity of operations. Businesses that can react quickly by pivoting are businesses that are agile enough to thrive in hard times. Businesses with high levels of order and bureaucracy face increased risk when unexpected threats rear their head. This was seen during the COVID crisis of 2020 where organizations that halted expansion efforts, conserved capital and pivoted wisely to meet customer demand were able to weather the storm. Many businesses and in some cases the majority of industries that were slow to pivot, and keen on waiting out the storm found the waves too great. In the subsequent years, supply chain issues as well as inflation and customer spending trends associated with inflation require pivoting for success. Rising interest rates increase debt service for hard assets, which increases overhead expenses. Those experienced in business have seen rises and falls and know how to prepare for the worst of times with conservation of capital and restructuring. Those new to business can have a rude awakening if the deflationary period of the last decade has become their new baseline of normal. This psychological baseline for society is also seen in recent housing trends, even though supply is at historic lows and demand is still high.
Risks are identified both before and during the risk assessment process which analyzes the likelihood and impact of a threat or vulnerability. In larger scale organizational impacts, a business impact assessment further drills down into the scope and impact of each threat or vulnerability. Risks are generally accepted, mitigated, transferred, or avoided. The risk register typically identifies a risk owner for each risk as well as a risk score. Often times a 100 scale is used (1-10 on scales of likelihood and impact multiplied), and a residual risk score after mitigation is displayed next to the original risk score before mitigation measures are applied. Since the likelihood and impact change over time, the risk register provides a snapshot in time of most organizational risk factors. Quantitative analysis is preferred over qualitative means. These risks are then prioritized so resources can be allocated. The Business Continuity Plan (BCP), Disaster Recovery (DR) plan, and Incident Response (IR) plan help provide procedures for getting the business back to operational states in the event of a realized risk.
While the general risk management process varies from one organization to the next, the scale of risk review can be at an organizational level, a functional area or even be team specific. As an example, some companies use a risk review process to define and categorize serious cyber security incidents. My employer uses a risk matrix for incidents to identify impact to org. If a criticality threshold is met the incident receives the title of CSIRP. This automatically prioritizes the incident so that resources can surge to respond and so leadership has visibility. For incidents that have a larger scope at the enterprise or global levels, and SSIRP can be declared using a similar risk matrix. This allows multiple functional areas and disciplines to come together for important incidents, prioritize and deconflict efforts, and work many factors in parallel such as incident response, product management, strategic communications, legal, software development, intelligence, finance, and so many more elements. This level of prioritization of efforts also triggers communications with government agencies an coalitions of security partners to collectively solve rapidly developing security challenges that impact the world.
Greene, P. (2018) PMP Study Guide, 4th Edition. O’Reilly.
Response 2
The ability to effectively manage risk will help organizations in planning, preparing, and responding to different threats. These threats, with regards to information systems, include theft, human error, espionage, extortion, software attacks, forces of nature, and many others (Whitman & Mattord, 2019). Organizations will first conduct develop a plan for understating the organization’s risk by developing a risk management plan. This plan will include designing a risk management framework that will include a risk assessment. The risk assessment will help an organization better understand the resources the organization needs to protect and the threats the organization faces. Whitman and Mattord (2019) describe this concept best by quoting Sun Tzu, “One who knows the enemy and knows himself will not be in danger in a hundred battles” (p. 304). With regards to information security management, if I know the scope of my information systems and I know the possible threats I should be able to better protect the network. Easier said than done. After identifying risk an organization moves to control or accept the risk.
Risk control, or risk treatment, aims to defend transfer, mitigate, or terminate risk to an organization. Risk control will typically require a cost of some kind to the organization. For example, buying insurance transfers risk to a 3rd party in exchange for payment. The main goal of all these risk strategies aims to do something to reduce the risk. Defending against risk may mean installing network security tools or hiring. Mitigating risk will involve effective planning to ensure that if a risk occurs the organization recovers quickly. All the risk control strategies will require that the organization invest money, people, or time to implement risk controls.
Risk acceptance provides another way for organizations to manage risk. Simply put, organizations that choose this strategy simply accept the risk and do not implement any other controls. I think the one benefit to risk acceptance is cost effectiveness. I like to think of a very old car that isn’t worth much, isn’t worth insuring against damages to the vehicle. I am accepting the risk of losing the price of the car by not carrying insurance on it. I think that organizations should use risk acceptance as a last resort. With the rise of OSINT and other means of gathering information easily online, organizations cannot simply acceptance risk. The book gives an example of a company with a public web server with legacy information about legacy equipment. The company chose to accept the risk because the web server contains only legacy information. Well, someone could search that sever and then try and find out if the company still uses any of that legacy equipment somewhere on the company’s network. This scenario would provide an attacker with easy access. Organizations should avoid using a risk acceptance strategy unless absolutely necessary.
Reference
Whitman, E. M., & Mattord, J. H. (2019). Management of information security. Cengage Learning

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Clearly state where your “area” is: not all of our students are in the omaha metropolitan area.

Research business accelerator programs such as Y-Combinator, TechStars, and DreamIt.
Do you have a program like this in your area?
What do entrepreneurs get from participating in these programs?
What do they give up?
Do you think these programs are worth it?
Why or why not?
Have you ever used a product or service from a firm that has participated in one of these programs? I live in omaha metro area.
Your initial post should address all questions in the prompt.
Your initial discussion post must be made by no later than 11:59pm Central on the 4th academic day of the week.
Clearly state where your “area” is: not all of our students are in the Omaha Metropolitan Area.
Posts and responses should be written professionally:
Check spelling for errors before submission.
Write in the third person unless the prompt/question requires an opinion.
Do not use slang or inappropriate language.
Verbally attacking against classmates will result in an automatic zero. Continued attacks may result in disciplinary action.
Cite sources in APA format.
At minimum you will have three citations:
The textbook
The video
And, you must find at least one source other than your textbook or the linked video to support your initial post. You do not need another source for responses.

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As an it technician, you need to perform some maintenance tasks on an employee’s computer that will require elevated privileges.

Answer both Scenarios.
Scenario 2-1: Getting Administrative-Level Privileges
As an IT technician, you need to perform some maintenance tasks on an employee’s computer that will require elevated privileges. When you go to the Manage Accounts window in Control Panel on that employee’s computer, you see only the employee’s standard user account. Describe how to log on as a user with administrative-level privileges.
Scenario 3-3: Viewing Logs Remotely
Joe has been having problems with his system and you have been assigned a ticket to investigate those problems. However, Joe is a very busy person who always needs to use his machine. Therefore, you don’t have access to the machine to look through the system logs. Describe how you can look at the Event Viewer logs without interrupting Joe.
Writing Requirements
• 3-4pages in length (excluding cover page, and reference list)
• Follow the APA 7th edition format, Use the APA 7 template located in the Student Resource Center to complete the assignment.
• Please use the Case Study Guide as a reference point for writing your case study.
Include date and time you retrieved the data from website address