Question: 1  

Encryption Tools

Encryption is an essential method that helps in providing security to information for the purpose of protecting the data that is transmitted over internet networks. It is extensively used on the internet in order to secure the information of the user that is sent through a browser and a server (Tom, 2011).  There are many tools that are used in encryption; these tools include email encryption tools, communication encryption tool, and network traffic encryption tool. These tools play an important in maintaining the security of the information of the user.

           There are a good number of paid and free approaches that are used in the encryption of network traffic. There are to major things that are to be put into consideration when someone is encrypting traffic on the network, and you must also consider traffic encryption from outside the network. Communication encryption tools, they concerned with prompt messages or chats, and there is one thing that people have to put into consideration is their chats to their fellow peers. If their chats are not coded by the central company, this information can be accessed and read by other people. Another tool is the Email encryption tool; Open encrypting protocol is used by several clients in order to secure email communications that are being (Rob, 2007). An additional plugin is often required by many clients such plugin include the gp4o. Someone will be required to have a public key if someone is going to send to them a mail that has been encrypted.

The Microsoft encryption tools and other encryption tools that are not found in Microsoft are common similarities since both of them provide security. They help in the protection of information from unauthorized people. On the other hand, the business uses these tools to protect the secrets of the corporation (Michael, 2013). The Microsoft encryption tools differ from other tools that are used in encryption, for instance, EFS differs from Bitlocker since the in encrypts the entire message while the EFS it encrypts the files one after the other. Therefore the Microsoft encryption tools provide the highest level of security.


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Question: 2  

Threat mitigation approaches are the acts which reduce the severity and the seriousness of the impact of the threats on the system or application. Threat mitigation is important to perform corrective actions and the prevention or the remedies which are put in place for combating and also reduce the IT threats on the computers, servers, and networks (Kırılmaz & Erol, 2017).  Most businesses and applications are somewhat aware of the threat that is there on the Internet which can attack and compromise their systems. 

It is indeed a good practice to customize the threat mitigation approach in such a way that those custom threats can be easily detected to have some comprehensive data security strategy to protect against those threats and also the employees and the users and customers from those threats. Thus, using custom threat mitigation approaches is a good thought and technique (Bommer, Crowley & Pinho, R. 2015).

The disadvantages of using custom threat mitigation approaches are you are concentrating on only a specific range of threats to occur while your other side is lightly guarded, that is threats which you do not recognize or know, can be rather harmful in this case. Thus using custom threat mitigation approaches is a disadvantage in this case.


Kırılmaz, O., & Erol, S. (2017). A proactive approach to supply chain risk management: Shifting orders among suppliers to mitigate the supply-side risks. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 23(1), 54-65.

Bommer, J. J., Crowley, H., & Pinho, R. (2015). A risk-mitigation approach to the management of induced seismicity. Journal of Seismology, 19(2), 623-646.


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