Eccouncil 112-51 Network Defense Essentials Exam NDE Exam Practice Test

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An loT sensor in an organization generated an emergency alarm indicating a security breach. The servers hosted in an loT layer accepted, stored, and processed the sensor data received from loT gateways and created dashboards for monitoring, analyzing, and implementing proactive decisions to tackle the issue.

Which of the following layers in the loT architecture performed the above activities after receiving an alert from the loT sensor?

Question 4

Which of the following types of network segmentation is an easy approach to divide a network but can be expensive as it occupies more space?

Answer : D

Question 5

A major fire broke out in the storeroom of CyberSol Inc. It first gutted the equipment in the storeroom and then started spreading to other areas in the company. The officials of the company informed the fire department. The fire rescue team reached the premises and used a distribution piping system to suppress the fire, thereby preventing any human or asset loss.

Identify the type of fire-fighting system used by the rescue team in the above scenario.

Question 6

Messy, a network defender, was hired to secure an organization's internal network. He deployed an IDS in which the detection process depends on observing and comparing the observed events with the normal behavior and then detecting any deviation from it.

Identify the type of IDS employed by Messy in the above scenario.

Answer : C

Anomaly-based IDS is a type of IDS that detects intrusions by comparing the observed network events with a baseline of normal behavior and identifying any deviation from it. Anomaly-based IDS can detect unknown or zero-day attacks that do not match any known signature, but they can also generate false positives due to legitimate changes in network behavior. Anomaly-based IDS can use various techniques to model the normal behavior, such as statistical analysis, machine learning, or artificial intelligence. Anomaly-based IDS is the type of IDS employed by Messy in the above scenario, as he deployed an IDS that depends on observing and comparing the observed events with the normal behavior and then detecting any deviation from it. Reference:

Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection System - Chapter 2: Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection System

Network Defense Essentials (NDE) | Coursera - Week 10: Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems

A systematic literature review for network intrusion detection system (IDS) - Section 3.2: Anomaly-based IDS

Question 7

Kevin logged into a banking application with his registered credentials and tried to transfer some amount from his account to Flora's account. Before transferring the amount to Flora's account, the application sent an OTP to Kevin's mobile for confirmation.

Which of the following authentication mechanisms is employed by the banking application in the above scenario?

Answer : D

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a type of authentication that requires users to provide two or more forms of verification to access an online account. 2FA is a multi-layered security measure designed to prevent hackers from accessing user accounts using stolen or shared credentials. 2FA typically combines something the user knows (such as a password or PIN), something the user has (such as a phone or a token), and/or something the user is (such as a fingerprint or a face scan). In the above scenario, the banking application employs 2FA by asking Kevin to enter his registered credentials (something he knows) and an OTP sent to his mobile (something he has) before transferring the amount to Flora's account. Reference:

Improve Your Cybersecurity with Password MFA -

What Is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)? | Microsoft Security

Selecting Secure Multi-factor Authentication Solutions

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