The Personal Identity Verification (PIV) card is used in non-military government agencies for authentication and identification to gain access to systems, networks, and online resources. These cards, in combination with a personal identification number, meet two-factor requirements. PIV credentials also are designed to help reduce counterfeiting and are tamper-resistant.
An authenticator app, such as Google Authenticator, is another method to achieve two-factor authentication. It is a free app available for installation on mobile devices.
The U.S. federal government authorizes the use of PIVs as well as authenticator apps, depending on the circumstances.
Answer the following question(s):
In what type of situation would an authenticator app provide adequate two-factor authentication for federal government use? Provide rationale or a citation for your answer.
In what type of situation would a PIV be required for federal government use? Provide rationale or a citation for your answer.
Fully address the questions in this discussion; provide valid rationale or a citation for your choices; and respond to at least two other students’ views.
Music is a vessel of communication that allows people to express emotion and meaning, even if the artist’s spoken language is not comprehensible to the listener. (HARGREAVES, MIELL and MACDONALD, 1997). Due to technological development and the increasing commercialisation of music over the last two decades, music has become a greater part of our everyday lives. Music can construct and express an individual’s identity through direct experiences that it offers the body, time and sociability. This can enable us to place ourselves in similar and different cultural narratives than our own. Performers use their music as a platform to express their assessments of the world but also as a vehicle for social change. Our musical taste and preferences can form an important statement of our values, attitudes and identity. Attali suggests that music has a responsibility to society and acts as catalyst for social revolution and political transformation. In this essay, I will explore music in relation to political identity, primarily focusing on music’s role in mobilising a culture of resistance during the Arab Springs and how it was used as political communication and identity. Music in identity concerns how we use music as a means or resource for developing and or expressing aspects of our individual identities. Essentially, music is a social activity that we do with and for others, either as a listener or as a creator. Research evidence suggests that the social functions of music are manifested in three principal ways for the individual, specifically in managing interpersonal relationships, mood and self-identity (Hargreaves and North, 1999a). People use music as a tool to develop and negotiate interpersonal relationships, as individual’s musical preferences can express the social group they do and don’t belong to. Furthermore, a cumulative quantity of evidence displays the relationship between music and mood. Music is used to regulate moods and that is further facilitate>GET ANSWER