Does Tess King’s proposed solution meet the required and desired results?

Tess King is recently hired as the Security Administrator for TestKing.com. Tess King’s manager has asked her to investigate ways to improve the performance of the firm’s perimeter Security Gateway. Tess King must propose a plan based on the following required and desired results:

Required Result #1: Do not purchase new hardware.
Required Result #2: Use configuration changes the do not reduce security.
Desired Result #1: Reduce the number of explicit rules in the Rule Base.
Desired Result #2: Reduce the volume of logs.
Desired Result #3: Improve the Gateway’s performance.

Proposed solution:
* Replace all domain objects with network and group objects.
* Check "Log implied rules" and "Accept ICMP requests" in Global Properties.
* Use Global Properties, instead of explicit rules, to control ICMP, VRRP, and RIP.

Does Tess King’s proposed solution meet the required and desired results?

A.
The solution meets all required and desired results.

B.
The solution meets all required, and one of the desired results.

C.
The solution meets all required, and two of the desired results.

D.
The solution meets all required, and none of the desired results.

E.
The solution does not meet the required results.

Discussion

One Response to “Does Tess King’s proposed solution meet the required and desired results?”

  1. seenagape says:

    E

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