CMGT 400 Week 1 DQ 1
January 29, 2016 | By sumathi050 |
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com What is the mindset required to properly protect information? What role does reasoned paranoia play in the minded and how can an individual keep the proper balance between protecting information and enabling business?
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For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Prepare a presentation to executive management at Kudler Fine Foods of the need to make the changes recommended in the paper. The presentation should be 10 minutes in length. The presentation must include appropriate graphics, such as Microsoft® PowerPoint® slides. The presentation must include detailed speaker’s notes. Prepare to present your project to your class.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Submit a formal academic paper that addresses the information security data that would guide the CIO of Kudler Fine Foods. This report should cover the material from the previous weeks, providing a comprehensive look at the key safeguards needed for the project at each stage of the systems development processes. The report should have clear recommendations to ensure that the final frequent shopper program system is properly secured against likely threats. • Include the requirements for future audit provisions that the internal staff may use to validate the security measures in the system.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com What are at least three questions that you would ask to perform basic threat modeling for a field other than health care? Base your response on the information found in the AHC Media article (2009). Discuss your reasons for picking the questions you use.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com What is the role of an internal IT audit group in an organization? Why is having such a group important for an organization and why should it report outside the normal IT reporting channels?
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Identify the key information security policy elements that will be needed at Kudler Fine Foods to support the efforts to ensure that the new frequent shopper program properly protects the customer and organizational information. Identify the security awareness training needed to ensure that employees are ready to properly protect customer and organizational information when using the new system.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Write a 1,000- to 1,500-word paper describing the importance of policies and standards for maintaining information systems security. Include a discussion of the role employees—and others working for the organization—play in this effort. Examine the different levels of security and how an organization can provide the proper level of effort to meet each information security need and how this relates to what is in an organization’s information security policy.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com What is the value and effect of a good business impact analysis (BIA)? How can using this help an organization develop an effective information security policy?
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com What are the top three areas that an organization should work on to respond to the issues raised in the de Villiers (2010) article? Why are these areas critical to the organization? Is the author’s assessment correct? Explain why or why not. Choose a specific organization to illustrate your argument.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Submit a description of the security considerations for each phase of the systems development process. Identify specific concerns if the system is ever removed from service. Specify what can and should be done in each systems development process phase to properly mitigate the risk for each entry in the table from the previous week. Be specific, but high-level in your mitigations. Most or all items will have something to check or do in each stage of the systems development process.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Submit a formal academic paper that describes the security authentication process. Discuss how this and other information security considerations will affect the design and development process for new information systems. Include a brief discussion of how to include preventative measures for securing data, such as backups and remote or redundant storage. Note what role this will play in the other areas covered in the paper. Provide an overview of several systems and devices that can provide security services to meet the needs raised by the other areas covered in the paper.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com How can a company protect data on corporate laptops according to the Storn (2008) article? Why do more organizations not use this kind of protection? Do you expect this to become a legal requirement in the future? Explain why or why not.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com What are three of the controls in the Helton (2010) article that would be effective in protecting health care information? For each item, describe the risk in your own terms and suggested solutions to mitigate it. Also, discuss whether this issue would face other types of organizations, or if it is limited to only those in the health care field.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Submit a table that identifies the top threats to the new customer rewards program at Kudler Fine Foods in preparation for your final report (due in Week Five). Include the likely vulnerabilities each threat might exploit. The following table is an example of one you might use: Area of System Threat Potential Vulnerability Include a summary of those threats that the team judges are most critical to Kudler Fine Foods.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Submit a formal academic paper that addresses at least three major information security threats that a specific organization you choose faces today. Describe potential risks to the information and the related vulnerabilities within the organization. Identify the forces that drive each threat and the related vulnerabilities. Discuss how the values for threat and vulnerability combine to indicate the overall risk the organization faces. Describe how an organization can properly manage its information security efforts using proper risk management techniques and cost-benefit analyses for these information security efforts. Explain the legal, ethical, and regulatory requirements for protecting data.
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Which of the threats from social networking in the Horn (2010) article also apply to other businesses? Which do not? Why do you think so?
For more classes visit www.indigohelp.com Why do you think one of the methods in the Heimerl (2010) article would be the most effective way for an organization to save money?