For more course tutorials visit www.sec480.com SEC 480 Week 1 DQs SEC 480 Week 1 Risk and Threat Assessment SEC 480 Week 2 DQs SEC 480 Week 2 Security Strategy SEC 480 Week 3 DQs SEC 480 Week 3 Security Response Plan Paper and Presentation SEC 480 Week 3 Preparedness Prevention Response Recovery Plan SEC 480 Week 4 DQs SEC 480 Week 5 DQs SEC 480 Week 5 Comprehensive Security Plan
For more course tutorials visit www.sec480.com What are the different types of risks? What are the concepts of risk and mitigation as they apply to threat and risk management of an organization? How are the various techniques for eliminating, reducing, and mitigating each of the risk types implemented through an organizational security plan? Explain. What different types of crime are classified as a threat or risk that organizations need to be aware of when developing a security plan? How does the influence crime and criminology impact on organization’s management techniques of risks and threats? What recommendations would you make to combat the risks and threats presented by crime and criminology as it applies to an organization’s security plan? Explain
For more course tutorials visit www.sec480.com What measures should be taken in the initial design of a security plan to ensure personal security within an organization? What are the three lines of physical defense that organizations need to consider? What is the significance of concentric layers of security? How does this apply to the security of the organization? Why is it important to understand security as a process? How do these apply to the overall security strategy of an organizational security plan?
For more course tutorials visit www.sec480.com Write a 1,700- to 2,850-word paper detailing a security response plan based on the scenario and institutional descriptions provided on the student website. The plan should include threat assessment, staffing requirements, communications, evacuation plans, financial considerations, equipment, chain of command, and allocation of resources.
For more course tutorials visit www.sec480.com How can experienced security professionals prepare themselves for challenges and opportunities that they have never encountered before? Why is it important for a security professional to know the particular target environment to which they are assigned extremely well? Do you think it is possible that experience with one type of environment can actually be a drawback for security professionals approaching another type of environment for the first time? Explain.