While presenting the results of penetration test to a clients executive team, the chief information security officer ( CISO ) asks for remediation advice for a shared local administrator finding. The client is geographically disbursed, and centralized management is a key concern. Which of the following is the best remediation to suggest ?
A- have random and unique credentials per system.
B- Disable the administrator login from the network.
C- use a service account for administrative functions.
D- implement a single rotating password for systems.
Jansen says; firmly without fear. Another article where Jonathan Jansen, the vice chancellor and rector of the University of the Free State, mentions his views on the how the value of education in South Africa has been lost is the article written by Lucy Holborn. In the article Holborn raises a recommendation to fix the problem of which so many students agree on, incorporate school inspectors to monitor teachers, ensuring that they know their content and can teach it appropriately. However, the general secretary of the South African Democratic Teachers Union (SADTU), Mugwena Maluleke, opposes this recommendation arguing that the incorporation of school inspectors is there to find fault within a school and with the teachers. Their stance harks back to apartheid when the National Party incorporated the use of inspectors to find fault in black schools. The article written by Lucy Holborn; Education in South Africa: Where Did It Go Wrong?, she gives reasons and recommendations as to why South Africa’s education system faces so many challenges post-apartheid. There are three main reasons; the teachers do not know the content knowledge expected from them, the management of the teachers and the outside disruptions experienced out of the school. In Holborn’s article, Johnathen Jansen claims that the Soweto uprising eroded the way in which the learners of today view the concept of teacher authority, ultimately leading to the destruction within our education system presently. Ramdass also makes mention of certain recommendations to aid the education system of South Africa such as; development of skills, curriculum development, policy on schooling, further education and training, education development programmes and the transformation of higher education. The education system in South Africa is a reflection of poor governance since 1994, there is no doubt a lack of skilled teachers and inferior methods incorporated to train those teachers which led to poor policy implementations and thus the complete disregard of teacher authority within a classroom. Based on my opinions mentioned above, I agree with Jansen’s arguments that there is a complete loss of authority in schools due to the incorporation and misguidance of poor policy implementation and the lack of skilled teachers.>GET ANSWER