IS413

What is the four classes of Threat Models you should consider with in your monitoring zone(attackers can be grouped into four classes)?

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10 responses to “IS413

  • Ryan Brown

    External from internet
    External from wireless segments
    Internal from wired local area networks
    Internal from wireless segments

  • Nolan Oribello

    External hackers:
    Class 1 – who launch intrusions from the Internet
    Class 2 – who launch intrusions from wireless segments

    Internal hackers:
    Class 3 – who launch intrusions from wired local area networks
    Class 4 – who launch intrusions from wireless segments

  • Corey Maurer

    Class 1: External attackers who launch attacks from the internet.
    Class 2: External attackers who launch attacks from wireless segments.
    Class 3: Internal attackers who launch attacks from wired local area networks.
    Class 4: Internal attackers who launch attacks from wireless segments.

  • catherine childs

    The four threat models that you should consider when monitoring zones are as follows:

    (Class 1) External attackers are the ones who launch intrusions from the Internet.

    (Class 2) External attackers are the ones who launch intrusions from wireless segements.

    (Class 3) Internal attackers are the ones who launch intrusions from wired local area networks.

    (Class 4) Internal attackers are the ones who launch intrusions from wireless segements.

  • Mylo Collier

    Class 1: External attackers who launch attacks from the internet.
    Class 2: External attackers who launch attacks from wireless segments.
    Class 3: Internal attackers who launch attacks from wired local area networks.
    Class 4: Internal attackers who launch attacks from wireless segments.

  • Noel Taylor

    The four threat models are as follows:
    1. External attackers who launch intrusions from the Internet (class 1)
    2. External attackers who launch intrusions from wireless segments (class 2)
    3. Internal attackers who launch intrusions from wired local area networks (class 3)
    4. Internal attackers who launch intrusions from wireless segments.

  • Robert Wooldridge

    1. External attackers who launch intrusions from the internet (class 1)
    2. External attackers who launch intrusions from wireless segments (class 2)
    3. Internal attackers who launch intrusions from wired local area networks (class 3)
    4. Internal attackers who launch intrusions from wireless segments (class 4)
    (TAO Book)

  • Samphuppuora Ath

    Four classes of threat model which attackers can be grouped into are:

    (Class I) External attackers who launch intrusions from the Internet
    (Class II) External attackers who launch intrusion from wireless segments
    (Class III) Internal attackers who launch intrusions from wired local area networks
    (Class IV) Internal attackers who launch intrusions from wireless segments

    (Pg.45 on The TAO of network security monitoring text book)

  • Courtland Richardson

    Class #1 would include the possibility of a threat or attack originating from a source that exists on the perimeter of the network; an external source.

    Class #2 would include the possibility of a threat or attack originating from wireless connectivity on the perimeter of a network.

    Class #3 includes local attacks on the network originating from within the perimeter of the network; from a wired node.

    Class #4 would include the possibility of a threat or attack originating from wireless connectivity somewhere within the network; attacked from internal wireless segments or nodes.

  • Tyler Manuel

    The Classes as follows:
    1: External attackers who launch attacks from the internet.
    2: External attackers who launch attacks from wireless segments.
    3: Internal attackers who launch attacks from wired local area networks.
    4: Internal attackers who launch attacks from wireless segments.

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