Define business analytics, descriptive analytics, predictive analytics, and prescriptive analytics.

Define business analytics, descriptive analytics, predictive analytics, and prescriptive analytics.

What will this code do? ALTER TABLE Shippers ADD City VARCHAR(50);

What will this code do?
ALTER TABLE Shippers ADD City VARCHAR(50);

Adds a new column for “City” to the table Shippers.

Download this SQL script and run it in MySQL to create a database called “sqlInjection” to start this activity

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1. Download this SQL script and run it in MySQL to create a database called “sqlInjection” to start this activity
sqlInjection.sql (https://csusb.instructure.com/courses/7538/files/1155056?wrap=1)
(https://csusb.instructure.com/courses/7538/files/1155056/download?download_frd=1)
This would load a database of users and their passwords.
2. Try running the following SQL code 🙂
SELECT * FROM users WHERE email = ‘xxx@xxx.xxx’
OR 1 = 1 LIMIT 1 — ‘ ] AND password = md5(‘1234’);
3. What do you notice? Hint: the password is encrypted, but you will still get access to something else 😉
Screenshot your answer or paste it for this activity 🙂
4. How could this be an issue for businesses? 🤔
Write a couple of sentences why you think so

Quiz Answers

Quiz Answers

  1. B. VM escaping occurs as a result of malware jumping from one guest OS to another
  2. C. A timing attack occurs by sending multiple usernames to an authentication server and measure the server response times.
  3. Input validation: A. If the application cannot check for valid inputs, a hacker can take       advantage of this vulnerability to enter in commands that ca query a                                        database and obtain confidential data

Buffer overflow: B. Occurs when the attacker passes data that deliberately overfills the buffer                              that the application reserves to store the expected data

Race condition: C. events occurs when events fail to execute in the order and timing intended                          by the developer.

  1. A. A design flaw that can cause the application security system to be circumvented
  2. B. A vulnerability that is exploited before the developer knows about it
  3. Reverse shell: C. Common attack vector against a Linux host, where a victim host opens a connection to the attacking host through a maliciously spawned remote                                 command shell

Man-in-the-browser (MitB) attack: A: Attacker may be able to inspect session cookies,                                                                    certificates, and data, change browser settings, perform                                                          redirection and inject code.

Rootkit: D. Attack which gives an attacker unrestricted access to everything from the                          root of the file system

Evil twin: B. Rogue WAP masquerading as a legitimate one

  1. Platform as a service (PaaS): A. A typical solution would provide servers and storage network infrastructure (as per IaaS) but also provide a multi-                                                   tier web application/database platform

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS): C. A means of provisioning IT resources such as servers,                                         load balancers, and Storage Area Network (SAN)                                                                    components quickly

Software as a service (SaaS): B. a business would access software hosted on a supplier’s                                           servers on a pay-as-you-go or lease arrangement rather than                                              purchasing software licenses for a given number of seats.

Examples of Cross functional drivers include the following:

Examples of Cross functional drivers include the following:

A. Pricing, sourcing and information
B. Information and pricing only
C. Facilities, transportation and inventory
D. Facilities, inventory and pricing
E. Pricing, facilities and information

market efficiency and market failures econ 210 class

Hello,

This is just a discussion so a title page is not required. Here are the instructions:

Can you believe we are in our final summit session? This final summit revolves around the concept of elasticity of demand and its affect on consumers (you)! For this discussion, please investigate an industry market failure that has occurred within the last 10-years in the U.S. Identify the events that led to the market failure.

Discuss steps that should have been taken to self-correct the market failure and steps that are being taken to eliminate the need of another government bailout in the future. Is your chosen industry currently operating efficiently?

Locate a recent article or event (published within the last year) that highlights your relevant microeconomics topic. Use the Hunt Library, newspapers, new stations, or other credible sources to discuss how your topic aligns with microeconomics. Include the following in your discussion:

  • State the article or event you selected.
  • Identify the microeconomic concept(s).
  • Describe your findings.
  • Analyze the relevance to real-life applications.

Summarize your findings using at least 250 words and provide a minimum of one reference. Use current APA formatting to document your sources.

inventory costs 1

Using your text and at least one scholarly source according to APA requirements, respond to the following: Inventory continues to be a challenge for healthcare managers. Using the FIFO and LIFO methods of inventory, analyze the accounting implications of each method.

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business communication powerpoint presentation 1

Create a 10- to 12- slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation describing the Facebook social media platform.

accounting research assignment 1

Activity1: (2 Marks)

The ability to develop a research topic is a vital skill and the most important step for the research. A supervisor may assign you some interesting area, but the most of them require selecting his/her own topic. As a bachelor student in SEU firstly, chose scientific articles as a main references for your interesting area then answering for each article:

your interesting area

The motivation of your study

e- What is the research problem/question?

Activity2: (2 Marks)

From SDL find one article in accounting filed and identify:

The broad area for chosen article

Article Topic

The method for data collection

Article findings

Discussion: (1 Mark)

Explain grounded theory and its stages of conduct.

classification essay outline blanch

CHOOSE A TOPIC ASND CREATE AN OUTLINE FOR MY CLASSIFICATION RESEARCH PAPER

Make sure to include a thesis and APA outline flow please

MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHAT A CLASSIFICATION ESSAY IS!

TOPICS:

1.

Types of autistic disorders

2.

Types of eating disorders

3.

The most common phobias

4.

Types of student behavior in class

5.

Types of obsessive-compulsive disorder symptoms

6.

Types of behavior in the workplace

7.

Types of weight loss diets

8.

The most common allergies

7.

Types of home treatments for migraines

8.

Ways to quit smoking

9.

Types of self-help strategies for depression

10.

Types of vitamins

11.

Ways arthritis sufferers can get joint pain relief

12.

Factors increasing the risk of heart disease

13.

Types of vegetables

14.

Types of hair loss treatments

15.

Types of nutrients

16.

Types of exercises

17.

Types of social networks

18.

Types of computers

19.

Types of mobile apps

20.

Types of smart devices

21.

The most widely used search engines

22.

Types of Facebook users

23.

Types of college majors

24.

Types of school systems in North American countries

25.

Ways to pay for your college education

26.

Types of students

27.

Types of colleges

28.

Types of extracurricular activities