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What does the s stand for in stride
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Question: This week's discussion is designed to review the semester and leads to the final exam. Complete the following: 3pages

1) Write (2) questions that are appropriate for the final exam. (Multiple choice - 4 choices.)

2) Create a new thread for each new question (2 threads)

3) Publish (3) comments on other students' questions. Make substantive comments that show that you have read (and thought about) other students' questions.

Format:

What does the "S" stand for in STRIDE?

a. Secure

b. Spoofing

c. Sanitizing

d. Serial

So, to summarize, you have (5) actions to complete (2 posts, 3 comments).




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