Set Of Questions Questions attached. Question 1: Single Sign On (SSO) simplifies login to multiple applications. Secure Assertion Markup Language (SAML) c

Questions attached.

Question 1:

Single Sign On (SSO) simplifies login to multiple applications. Secure Assertion Markup Language (SAML) can be used to define how to provide both authentication and authorization.

· Address the pros and cons of using SSO.

· Describe SAML, how it works, and how it can be used to enable single sign on (SSO).

. Provide at least two alternatives to SAML and the pros and cons of each, including SAML.

. Select two tools for implementing SSO and justify your selections.

Question 2:

When implementing access control systems, a security professional must consider all devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is causing a very rapid expansion on the number of devices needing to connect to the network.

· Describe IoT devices.

· Explain how and why these devices cause an access control problem for security professionals and how can you minimize the possibility of them becoming a security issue for your company.

Question 3:

The breach of the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th, 2021 was a terrible physical security event for cybersecurity IT professionals. Staff were forced to leave systems unlocked, and systems could have been destroyed, taken, or compromised.

Without getting into the politics of the situation:

· Describe the physical security breach, focusing primarily on IT systems, including what might have happened and the scope of what could have been breached.

· Explain what actions could have been taken immediately to minimize or mitigate the effects of this breach.

· Discuss long-term best practices that should be put in place to mitigate this type of event in the future.

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