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Which of the following measures can protect systems files and data, respectively?

A.
User account access controls and cryptography

B.
User account access controls and firewall

C.
User account access controls and IPS

D.
IDS and cryptography

E.
Firewall and cryptography

F.
None of the choices.

Explanation:
User account access controls and cryptography can protect systems files and data, respectively.
On the other hand, firewalls are by far the most common prevention systems from a network
security perspective as they can shield access to internal network services, and block certain kinds
of attacks through packet filtering.

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