An essential role in a company to mitigate or avoid any information risk related to people, processes, and technologies
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Cite 8 examples where security was either good (4) or bad (4) to illustrate your point given the data breach events of late? 4 examples of where policies and procedures either made or broke a situation?
I need at least 3 resources in APA. — https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/18/
These references need to be current and website based with an author who is current (2008-2018). I need to be able to go to a website and see that actual work.
Based of the following discussion thread.
Security strategy plays an essential role in a company to mitigate or avoid any information risk related to people, processes, and technologies. It protects the company from damaging its security. Security strategy sets guidelines, policies, procedures, standards, and practices to effectively identify, remediate and manage the risk associated with the information. In today’s environment data is a valuable resource that needs to be accessible and reliable and at the same time be able to be protected from threats. With everyone using network infrastructure to run their business it is imperative that the network is available but secure.
The discussion for the week present this question: Only focusing on the follow-up discussion as mentioned above. Below is only for reference and does not need to be answered.
- Determine three reasons why an organization should define the boundaries of control, identify personnel security functions based on risks, and manage change within the work force. Select what you believe to be the most important reason and explain why.
- Propose three activities that could be performed by the Human Resources Department to screen and hire personnel effectively. Choose one activity you proposed and justify how it would support personnel security functions.