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This chapter discusses the following major topics: What it means to be a CISA-certified professional Getting to know ISACA, its code of ethics, and its standards The certification process Applying for the exam Maintaining your certification Getting the most from your CISA journey
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Moving Between VBE and the Worksheets Note that on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen, there are now two buttons representing the active components of Excel: the worksheet part and the VBE part. You can now move between these two parts of the file by simply clicking on a button. If you are in VBE, clicking on the worksheet button will shift you there, and the VBE will remain active but in the background. When you want to go back to the VBE again, click on the taskbar button for the VBE and you are back there again.
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client application performing database queries), meaningful information must be continually, efficiently, and correctly exchanged. This requires a physical connection to exist, either twisted-pair copper wire, coaxial cable, optical fiber, or wireless transmission (radio or infrared). The physical characteristics and specifications of the transmission media must be standardized so that different computer systems can be electrically connected to one another. The bit streams exchanged over the physical medium or media must be encoded such that the analog stream of information can be converted to digital signals. For two people to communicate effectively, they must speak the same language. Similarly, two computer systems must speak the same language in order to communicate. The bit stream therefore must conform to a standard that defines the encoding scheme, the bit order (least significant or most significant bit first), and the bit sense (a high value defined either as a 1 or a 0). Errors in the transmission must be detected and recovered; if necessary, the data must be retransmitted. A protocol analyzer is used to examine the bit stream and ensure that it conforms to the protocol standards that define the encoding schemes, bit sequences, and error conditions. Once a bit stream can be transmitted and received, physical communication is established and information exchange can be accomplished. Information is exchanged in logical units; a protocol frame, packet, message, or cell is the logical unit transmitted on the physical infrastructure of a computer network. (In this chapter, the term frame will be used to mean any or all of these protocol-specific units.) Depending on the type of network and protocols, these frames of data are either fixed in size, such as the 53-byte cells used in ATM, or they can be variable in size, such as the 64- to 1518-byte frames used by Ethernet networks. The most fundamental aspect of protocol analysis is the collection and analysis of these frames. In networks there usually is more than one path between devices. The frames containing the data therefore must be addressed properly so that they can traverse single or multiple routes through the network. Fragmentation and reassembly issues must be handled: frames are often disassembled and reassembled so that they can be of proper size and be encapsulated with proper header information, to ensure that intermediate and end devices in the network can manipulate them properly. The network also must handle error conditions such as nodes that stop responding, transmit errored frames or signals, or use excessive bandwidth. A protocol analyzer is used to examine the addresses of the frames, check fragmentation and reassembly, and investigate errors. Connections are established so that communication is efficient. This prevents the communication channel from being redundantly set up each time a frame is transmitted. This is similar to keeping a voice line open for an entire telephone conversation between two people, rather than making a phone call for each sentence that is exchanged. To ensure this efficiency, connections or conversations are established by devices on the network so that the formal handshaking (i.e., negotiation of mutually acceptable communications parameters) doesn t have to be repeated for each information exchange. Protocol analysis includes scrutinizing protocol conversations for efficiency and errors. The data that is transferred in the frames to the host system application must conform to an agreed-upon format, and if necessary it must be converted to an architectureindependent format so that both computer systems can read it. Each time a user enters a command, downloads a file, starts an application, or queries a database, the
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In the preceding section, you were shown how the different traffic parameters for a VC affect how traffic enters the carrier s network. Once this is accomplished, these values have no effect on traffic as it traverses the carrier s network to your remote site. Of course, this poses problems in a carrier s network what if the carrier experiences congestion and begins dropping frames It would be nice for the carrier to indicate to your Frame Relay DTEs that there is congestion and to have your devices slow the rates of their VCs before the carrier begins dropping your frames. Remember that Frame Relay has no retransmit option if a frame is dropped because it has an FCS error or experiences congestion, it is up to the actual source device that created the data to resend it. To handle this problem, Frame Relay has a standard mechanism to signify and adapt to congestion problems in a Frame Relay carrier s network. Every Frame Relay frame header has two fields that are used to indicate congestion: FECN and BECN. Figure 26-8 shows an example of how FECN and BECN are used. As RouterA sends its information into the carrier network, the carrier network experiences congestion. For the VCs that experience congestion, the carrier marks the FECN bit in the frame header as these frames are heading to RouterB. Once the frames arrive at RouterB and RouterB sees the FECN bit set in the Frame Relay frame header, RouterB can send a Frame Relay frame in the reverse direction on the VC, marking the BECN bit in the header of the frame. With some vendors carrier switches, to speed up the congestion notification process, the carrier switch actually generates a BECN frame in the reverse direction of the VC, back to the source, to indicate congestion issues. Once RouterA receives the BECN frames, it can then begin to slow down the data rate on the VC.
It was a surprise to find the black blotch in what appeared to be a banal small congenital melanocytic nevus. All of the other nevi had a classic cobblestone global pattern. Uniform large angulated globules filling the lesion. Retrospectively, a black speck was seen clinically but only after it was found with dermoscopy. One should always try to examine clinically banal as well as atypical lesions no matter how many nevi a patient has. Have the patient come back another time if there is not enough time to fully examine most if not all of the lesions. An irregular cobblestone pattern is in the differential diagnosis of the multicomponent global pattern. The irregular black blotch is a red flag for concern and the histopathologic correlates include: Transepidermal elimination of melanin Melanocytic atypia Malignant melanocytes The black color rules out a combined nevus in which the color should be bluish. There is significant scaliness, which creates areas that look like reticular depigmentation. A quick swipe with an alcohol prep will eliminate the scaliness to confirm that there is no reticular depigmentation.
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