This question is taken in part from the Fall 2012 Final exam:
The most effective technique for protecting information and control systems is isolation. Isolation is provided in computer systems in many ways. For each of the techniques or tools described below, describe what is isolated, and from what. Is the isolation typically one-way, or bidirectional? Is the isolation absolute, or dependent on policy? If dependent on policy, how or where is the policy specified? What are the limits or shortcomings present in the isolation provided?
The report must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on November 19th, 2017. The report should be approximately 3 pages, or roughly 1200 to 1500 words. To submit your report you will use the USC DEN D2L (https://courses.uscden.net/d2l/home/11658) submission mechanism. You will use this method regardless of whether you are an on-campus student or a DEN student. Please be sure to include your name and USC ID number in the body of the assignment (i.e. within the Word, PDF, or Text File).
It is the individual student's responsibility to follow the submission instruction. Submissions that do not follow this instructions, e.g., submitted late, or only "Saved" and not submitted. may be penalized or may not be graded at all. Note that the submission box for the assignment may dissapear from the class web site at 11PM on September 18th, i.e. the submission deadline plus 48 hours.
For the three reading reports in this course (of which this is one), students may receive an automatic extension of 48 hours total that may be applied across the three homework assignments. If you turn in one of your assignments 8 hours late, then you will only have 40 hours remaining in extensions to use on subsequent assignments. I suggest not using the whole 48 hours on the first assignment, because if you have an unforseen scheduling issue arises later in the semester, it will be your problem. Late assignments (beyond any extension) will be assesed 1 full letter penalty per day they are late, and if the topic of an assignment is covered in the lecture following the due date, then the assignment will not be accepted beyond that lecture.
This is a lot to cover in so few words - so our advice is to write a first pass at your answer that is longer, and then edit out material that is redundant or not to the point. The use of tables can be very effective in conveying your ideas in a small area, but the tables must be integrated with your textual discussion, and not the only item in your submission.