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Due By: 6:00 PM CDT, Wednesday July 23, 2014
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Please refer to Pages 33-38 of the IS3110 Student Lab Manual when working on this lab.
Lab #5 – Assessment Worksheet
How to Identify Risks, Threats & Vulnerabilities in an IT Infrastructure Using
ZeNmap GUI (Nmap) & Nessus® Reports
One of the most important first steps to risk management and implementing a security strategy is to identify all resources and hosts within the IT infrastructure. Once you identify the workstations and servers, you now must then find the threats and vulnerabilities found on these workstations and servers. Servers that support mission critical applications require security operations and management procedures to ensure C-I-A throughout. Servers that house customer privacy data or intellectual property require additional security controls to ensure the C-I-A of that data. This lab requires the students to identify threats and vulnerabilities found within the Workstation, LAN, and Systems/Applications Domains.
1. What are the differences between ZeNmap GUI (Nmap) and Nessus?
ZeNmap is used to map a network and Nessus is used to Test a network for vulnerabilities.
2. Which scanning application is better for performing a network discovery reconnaissance probing of an IP network infrastructure? Nmaps sole purpose is just that, network probing and recon.
3. Which scanning application is better for performing a software vulnerability assessment with suggested remediation steps? Nessus would be a better tool for this operation. While you can find network vulnerabilities with Nmap, it is not used as such.
4. How many total scripts