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DES-9131 Specialist - Systems Administrator, Infrastructure Security

Exam Title : Dell EMC Certified Specialist - Infrastructure Security
Exam ID : DES-9131
Exam Duration : 90 mins
Questions in test : 60
Passing Score : 63%
Official Training : Introduction to IT Frameworks and NIST (pre-requisite) - (ES101DSY00354/, ES131DSY00354)
Implementing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (ES102DSY00786/, ES132DSY00786)
Exam Center : Pearson VUE
Real Questions : Dell EMC Infrastructure Security Specialist Real Questions
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NIST Framework Overview 10%
- Describe the NIST Framework architecture and purpose including the Core, Tiers, and Profiles
- Describe the syllabus associated with the Category layer and explain how they align to the NIST Framework functions
NIST Framework: Identify Function 18%
- Describe what constitutes an asset and which assets need to be protected
- Describe the "who/what/why" of a continuously updated inventory
- Describe how discovery and inventory facilitates the planning effortsassociated with Disaster Recovery, Incident Response, Communications, and Business Impact Analysis
- Describe the controls for the inventory classification and explain the KPIs developed around these controls
NIST Framework: Protect Function 23%
- Describe the need for creating and documenting a baseline configuration
- Explain how the Business Impact Analysis is integral to the protect function
- Describe the role of the Business Continuity Plan and Business Impact Analysis
- Describe the maintenance and access control subcategory controls for the protect function
- Describe the awareness training, data security and protective technology subcategory controls of the protect function
NIST Framework: Detect Function 17%
- Describe the anatomy of a breach, including what constitutes a breach, why and how it happens, and the steps to avoid a breach
- Identify the methods of detection and how detection can be implemented
- Describe the concept and benefits of continuous monitoring
- Identify and explain the subcategories associated with detection and analysis
NIST Framework: Respond Function 17%
- Describe how to quantify the extent of a security breach
- Describe how to contain a security breach
- Understand and construct an effective Incident Response Plan
- Describe the purpose and details of an effective Communications Plan
- Describe the after action plan and review
NIST Framework: Recover Function 15%
- Determine and describe the considerations when implementing a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)
- Describe how the BCP (Business Continuity Plan) supports “timely recovery to normal operations to reduce the impact from a cybersecurity incident.”
- Assess and describe the requirements and processes to return to "business as usual"
- Describe the process of understanding the impact to the business, including reputation and revenue

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Killexams : Troubleshooting Respondus LockDown Browser

Operating System and Security Settings

LockDown Browser
  • Shares properties with IE if on Windows machine
  • Shares properties with Safari if on a Mac.
  • Security Settings in browser

Windows
  • 10* and 8. Windows 10S is not a compatible operating system.
    *  Includes x86 32 and 64bit processors and ARM 64bit processors using x86 emulation.
  • 200 MB of free hard disk space
  • IE has to be set to default security levels
    • Anything higher and JavaScript cannot be ran and cookies won’t be sent or received causing login and test taking errors.
  • IE has to be 7.0 or higher
  • If IE has some sort of infection or not working properly, the LockDown Browser could error.

Mac 
  • MacOS 10.12 to 11.1
  • iOS: 11.0+ (iPad only). Must have a compatible LMS integration.
  • 200MB permanent space on the hard drive.
  • Safari must be in proper working order. 

If you experience errors while taking a test through the LockDown Browser, check your security settings in IE and the overall functionality of IE. IE should be reset to default security levels, and the test should be tried again.

The following tips may help to correct other problems encountered with Lockdown Browser.


Important Note: Non-testing Purposes

Only use Respondus LockDown Browser for testing purposes.

If you attempt to use the browser to access additional course content, like lecture notes or worksheets, it may cause the program to encounter a problem and freeze or close. This usually occurs when the content you are attempting to access is a Word, PowerPoint or Adobe Acrobat related file. The browser cannot open the external program needed to run these files because of the browser’s restricted nature and it creates an internal error with the software. If you need to view these files, please use a regular browser like Mozilla Firefox.


Problems Downloading and Installing the LockDown Browser

If you are having problems installing LockDown Browser on a Windows system, we recommend the following additional steps:

  1. Directly log into a system as a local administrator with full rights. Do not use “Switch User” or a “Remote Access” connection.

    Important Note:

    Logging in as a non-administrator and then using “Run as Administrator” may not set the correct permissions.

  2. Temporarily disable all security software. Contact the IT Help Desk for additional assistance in disabling your security software.
  3. Download Respondus LockDown Browser. Do not “Google” for a link because these are campus specific.
  4. When you start running the installer and get to the large button “LockDown Browser Click to install”, instead click the link “Problems with the installation program? Click here”. You will be presented with an option to extract the files to a location of your choosing.
  5. Go to the folder you extracted the files and run “setup.exe”.
  6. Start the LockDown Browser to verify installation and then quit the LockDown Browser.
  7. Re-enable any security software.

Because the LockDown Browser is a shell that sits on top of an Internet browser (Internet Explorer for PC users and Safari for Mac Users), we recommend students access their course with either Internet Explorer or Safari and take a non-LDB enabled practice quiz to resolve any settings and media plug-ins prior to taking a test with LockDown Browser.

For Windows systems, we suggest relaxing any security settings to “medium”, add “LockDown.exe” as a trusted application and “*.uwyo.edu” address as a trusted site in any security software.

Using LockDown Browser on a Wireless Connection

We strongly recommend using an Ethernet (wired) Internet connection with a speed of at least 512 Kbps or higher while taking your test in LockDown Browser. If you use a wireless, USB modem, laptop connect card, or mobile hotspot connection during an exam, you are more likely to run into problems due to dropped/interrupted connections to the Canvas server. This is because the Canvas server is more bandwidth intensive (especially during exams) than normal Internet surfing.

If you lose your Internet connection during the exam, it will lock up the browser and not allow you to save answers, move on to other questions, submit or exit the exam. Ethernet connections are the most stable connection to the Canvas servers. If you have a router, plugging directly into it when taking exams will reduce the chances of connection interruptions.

Permissions Errors in LockDown Browser

If you are getting an error when you attempt to open the LockDown Browser that says “You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item”, it may be an issue with the permissions on your system or antivirus software.

Respondus LockDown Browser uses the same HTML engine, system components and settings as Internet Explorer (Windows) and Safari (Macintosh). Basically, LockDown Browser provides a custom interface for the Internet Explorer (Windows) or Safari (Mac) browsers that are already installed.

We recommend completely uninstalling the software and doing a new installation while directly logged into the system as a local administrator with full rights (see instructions above for full details).

Link is Blocked Error

This occurs when there is a second level link being accessed from a primary level link. However, link blocking usually does not occur until the student enters a quiz and starts accessing links within a quiz. Usually, this comes from configuration issues with the underlying Internet Explorer browser components.

To resolve this issue, please try the following:
  • Start Internet Explorer and first go to Tools.
  • From the Tools menu, select Internet Options.
  • Inside the Internet Options dialog box under the General select Browsing History.
  • Hit Delete to clear the browser cache and related areas.
  • Finally, if you are running any third-party toolbars or add-ons, remove them from Internet Explorer.

LockDown Browser and Other Programs

The LockDown Browser is programmed to detect when conflicting programs are still running and will request that you close these programs. Some programs like the Dell Dock and Google Toolbar run as a background process on your computer and will have to be shutdown before you can proceed in the LockDown Browser. You can usually turn these programs off through the task tray or, in the case of the Dell Dock, by right clicking on the application and clicking Exit.

In some rare instances, these programs running in the background can cause the LockDown Browser to lock up or stop responding. Programs that use Java or the Internet such iTunes and other media managers, file sharing agents like Bittorent, and instant messenger applications have a higher risk of causing the LockDown Browser to lock up. It is best to close every program on your computer before starting the LockDown Browser.

LockDown Browser and Pop-Ups

If the LockDown Browser stops responding before you start an test or if you see a blank page that fills the computer screen, this could be due to security windows that have popped up behind the LockDown browser. If you have not started the exam, close the browser and address the security pop-up windows. You should be able to reopen the browser without issue. However, if you have started the exam, the only known workaround is to restart your computer and address the pop-up windows before beginning the exam.

LockDown Browser Stops Responding

If you lose your Internet connection while taking an test or if you have outdated and/or multiple Java installations, the LockDown Browser and your computer may stop responding or freeze. Currently, the only way to resolve this issue is to do a hard shutdown (i.e. unplugging all power from the computer including power cables and/or batteries if you are using a laptop). If you are missing your Start Menu, Task Bar or are unable to access the Task Manager after doing a hard reboot, you can restore these applications by restarting the LockDown Browser and exiting the software properly.

Depending on your system, this could take several minutes and will cause you to lose time on the exam. In most cases, as long as the time has not expired, it should let you back into the exam. As soon as you have completed the exam, immediately e-mail your instructor to let them know what happened.

LockDown Browser Updates

Occasionally, Respondus will release a new version of the LockDown Browser. When a new version of LockDown Browser becomes available, the system will prompt you to update your installation of the software.

Whenever you update your LockDown Browser, you may also want to do the following:

  1. Make sure your system is up-to-date by installing all necessary system updates. You will also want to make sure you have the latest version of Internet Explorer for Windows users and Safari for Mac users.
  2. Make sure you only have one version of the most exact Java installed on your system.

Important Note:

Macintosh users should be aware that Apple supplies their own version of Java for all operating systems prior to OS X 10.7 Lion. For Macintosh operating systems prior to Lion, use the Software Update feature (available through the Apple menu) to check for Java updates.

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Killexams : Students can get to class without bells, but schools need to adapt

From phones and apps, to microwaves and doorbells, there are all kinds of chimes and alarms that tell people where to put their attention. On campus, the sound that directs students is the school bell, which can be heard twice a day or sometimes as much as twice an hour.

But during remote learning, students didn’t have that buzzer at home. So when students returned to school buildings, some administrators decided to leave them off entirely. This might seem groundbreaking, but not having a bell isn’t a new phenomenon. Most of these no-bell schools cite the same reasoning: using bells to move students from place to place has its roots in  factories or the school-to-prison pipeline. But it’s false, according to ed tech journalist Audrey Watters.

"People often say that school bells were used to sort of train students to become docile factory workers and that the ringing of the bell is Pavlovian, and it's part of this larger effort to train students in particular ways,” she said. “And that's simply not true. That is historically inaccurate. It's a gross oversimplification.”

In fact, the first western school bells can be traced back to churches that often doubled as one-room schoolhouses, said Watters. Teachers would keep an eye on the time and reach for  a hand bell that they would ring to tell students that class was about to start.

Teacher in front of blackboard holding a school bell

Once schools grew from single rooms to multi-room school buildings, automatic bells became more common as students moved from the playground to math instruction to arts class. “This was really the first time that a bell was used to coordinate student movement,” said Watters.

Stories connecting the school bell to prisons persist for a reason: it feels true because schools, with their rows of desks and zero-tolerance policies, sometimes fall short of loftier ideals about education, said Watters.

“You can tell a lot about what a person thinks about school by how they describe the history and the functioning of the school bell today,” she said.

Despite their role as an educational Rorschach test, bells are actually worth reconsidering for different reasons, such as the brain.

Sounds are a “tremendously important part of how we connect with the world,” according to auditory researcher Nina Kraus, author of “Of Sound Mind.” She said most people don’t think about the effect of sound on learning because it’s invisible.

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Killexams : NetBackup IT Analytics System Administrator Guide

This is the preferred method of ensuring that your database is backed up on a regular basis.

Database Export (Windows)

The database user Aptare must have access to the export files stored in the directory:

c:\opt\oracle\database\tools

Verify that Oracle user has read and execute privileges on these files before starting the database export.

  1. Log into the Windows database server.

  2. Ensure Oracle TNS Listener and Oracle services are running.

  3. At the command prompt execute the script:

    c:\opt\oracle\database\tools\expdp_database_template.bat

  4. After successful completion, the export file aptare_scdb.exp is saved on the Windows database server in the directory:

    C:\opt\oracle\logs

  5. Copy the file c:\opt\datarcvrconf\aptare.ks to c:\opt\oracle\logs folder.

    This step is required only if database is exported from an NetBackup IT Analytics version of 10.5 or above.

To schedule the export task refer to the following.

See Scheduling the Export Job (Windows).

Database Export (Linux)

The database user Aptare must have access to the export files stored in the directory:

/opt/aptare/database/tools

Verify that Oracle user has read and execute privileges on these files before starting the database export.

  1. Log into the Linux database server and switch to user Aptare.

  2. Ensure Oracle Listener and Oracle services are running.

  3. Change to the directory:

    /opt/aptare/database/tools

  4. Execute the command:

    ./export_database_template.sh
  5. After successful completion, the export file aptare_scdb.exp is saved in the /tmp directory on the Linux database server.

  6. Execute the cp /opt/aptare/datarcvrconf/aptare.ks /tmp command to copy the file aptare.ks to datarcvrconf folder.

    This step is required only if database is exported from an NetBackup IT Analytics version of 10.5 or above.

To schedule the export task refer to the following.

See Scheduling the Export (Linux).

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Killexams : ConveGenius Insights conducts largest tablet-based assessment in Himachal Pradesh No result found, try new keyword!The digital assessment took place among 21,309 students across 1,115 schools in 12 districts of Himachal Pradesh. Tue, 09 Aug 2022 00:16:47 -0500 en-in text/html https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/other/convegenius-insights-conducts-largest-tablet-based-assessment-in-himachal-pradesh/ar-AA10tdWj Killexams : Best mesh routers for 2022

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