Answer the following questions:
1. Go to a web site where you do regular banking. Visit this website carefully and answer the following questions
a. How do you know that the information you type in is secure from phishing?
b. What sorts of protection is provided by the bank to ensure secure online banking? Justify why the bank would use these security measures.
2. Consider a PIN card entry to a secure area for a publishing company that prints confidential documents for other companies such as exam papers for universities and health record for customers. Suggest some examples of confidentiality, integrity and availability in such a scenario. Summarise the requirements as well as the degree of importance for each item associated with such a system with your recommendation in a brief report.
3. Mr. Bob is accessing his personal bank account (through a web browser) using an Internet Café. Mr. Bob has opened a text editor simultaneously along with web browser. Suddenly Mr. Bob suspected that the Café computers are infected with malware called ‘software keyloggers’. As a security expert, you need to describe a scheme that allows Mr. Bob to type his userID and Password that the malware (i.e. keylogger), used in isolation of any screen captures or mouse event captures, would not be able to discover Mr. Bob’s userID and password.