TEMPEST (Telecommunications Electronics Materials Protected from Emanating Spurious Transmissions) is about spying on information systems through leaking electromagnetic emanations, sounds, and mechanical vibrations and how to shield equipment against such spying. Which of the following is the most effective countermeasure against the concern of TEMPEST?
A. Captive portal
B. Awareness training
C. Air-gapped network
D. Wire-meshed space
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My suggested answer is D. Wire-meshed space.
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- Tempest (codename)
- Sheep dip (computing)
- Sheep dipped (intelligence)
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- Network Access Control
- Captive portal
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