CIS 462 IT Security Policy Framework

Strayer CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy, Assignment 1: IT Security Policy Framework, 9 pages, 1735 words, Graded A, Security Policies and Implementation Issues Exclusive and Original document Available only on Course Answer Establishing an effective Information Technology Security Policy Framework is critical in the development of a comprehensive security program.

CIS 462 SCADA Stuxnet Worm

Strayer CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy, Case Study 2: SCADA Worm, 6 pages, 1212 words, Graded A, Security Policies and Implementation Issues Protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure is a major security challenge within the U.S. Likewise, the responsibility for protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure encompasses all sectors of government, including private sector cooperation. Search […]

CIS 462 Business Impact Analysis

Strayer CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy, Assignment 2: Business Impact Analysis, 8 pages, 1282 words, Graded A, Security Policies and Implementation Issues In order for an organization to develop an effective business continuity plan or disaster recovery plan, it must know what information assets it has, their impact on business operations, and the criticality […]

CIS 462 Term Paper: Disaster Recovery Plan

Strayer CIS 462 Security Strategy and Policy, Term Paper: Disaster Recovery Plan, 11 pages, 2278 words, with 15 slide PowerPoint Presentation, Graded A, Security Policies and Implementation Issues Exclusive and Original document Available only on Course Answer In recent years, organizations have witnessed the impact of having effective and non-effective business continuity plans and disaster […]

IT Security Policy Framework

Principles for Policy and Standards Development: Two principles for policy and standards development are Least Privilege and Simplicity. Least privilege would be the same, for the most part, for any organization, by definition, you only allow people who have a need to know something to have access to sensitive information. I think the complexity of […]