Resilience Engineering

Chapter 14
  1. What is the incentive for people to write malware or viruses other than monetary or political?
  2. Is simply adding a password considered a method of cybersecurity?
  3. What kind of rules do firewalls typically follow?

  4. What resilience policies or systems does Kenyon have in place?

  5. How do engineers know what kind of events the system must be resilient to?

  6. How do developers ensure that their resistance measures are not compromised by attacks?

  7. Is there a way to prioritize resilaince when building a simple database?

  8. Will increasing complexity of a system also make the system less resilient ?

  9. Are there any non-functional aspects you must sacrifice on in the bid to make the software more resilient?

  10. Inyour opinion, where would resilience rank among other such qualities such as safety, reliability, operability et cetera?

  11. Would an example of Software Resilience the layer system we talked about in Software Development?

  12. What are some ways to measure the resilience of a system?
  13. Should we write a security policy for our projects?

  14. When it comes to human error, do most people take the people approach or the system approach?

  15. How do resilience engineers learn about all of the different types of potential threats?

  16. What are some examples of how software resilience testing is done?

  17. What are some metrics that organizations need to monitor to check for cyberattacks?

  18. How can we update continue the survivability analysis cycle for our projects after the class is over? Are we responsible for maintaining our systems?
  19. How often do hackers go after small targets? How worried should be about security while developing our systems?
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