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Throughout this course you have been learning about real-world security breaches

Throughout this course you have been learning about real-world security breaches and potential mitigation strategies. For your final Portfolio assignment answer the following questions:
What cyber threat concerns you the most?
What are the emerging and future technologies that we will have to worry the most about from a security perspective?
What is the role of government in securing cyberspace?
Where does the responsibility of private firms begin and end in cybersecurity?
What can be done from a global perspective?
Submit your portfolio as a single document.
Your paper should meet the following requirements:
Be approximately 10 pages in length, not including the cover page and reference page.
Follow the APA guidelines in the CSU Global Writing Center. Each paper should include an introduction, a body with at least two fully developed paragraphs, and a conclusion.
Support your answers with at least four scholarly journal articles. The CSU Global Library is a great place to find resources.
Be clearly and well written, concise, and logical, using excellent grammar and style techniques. You are being graded in part on the quality of your writing. If you need assistance with your writing style, start with the resources available at the CSU Global Writing Center.

Write a 3-4-page critical essay that addresses the following prompts: What is th

Write a 3-4-page critical essay that addresses the following prompts:
What is the security and privacy risks and vulnerabilities in using the Internet?
List some specific common attack strategies and describe how they work. What are their effects/consequences on the security and privacy of both individual users and organizations? Cite some specific examples and discuss how the damage could be mitigated or avoided (if possible).
How can security awareness and program evaluation mitigate risk?

Your company is planning to launch an important new project that starts on Janua

Your company is planning to launch an important new project that starts on January 1 and lasts one year. You estimate that you will need one full-time project manager, two full-time business analysts for the first six months, two full-time senior programmers for the whole year, four full-time junior programmers for the months of July, August, and September, and one full-time technical writer for the last three months. Use the resource_histogram template file from the Companion website to create a stacked column chart showing a resource histogram for this project, similar to the example in Figure 9-6. Be sure to include a legend to label the types of resources needed. Use appropriate titles and axis labels.

Review the following scenarios, and then write a paragraph for each one describi

Review the following scenarios, and then write a paragraph for each one describing what media you think would be most appropriate to use and why. See Table 10-2 for suggestions. a. Many of the technical staff on the project arrive at work from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., while the business users always arrive before 9:00 a.m. The business users have been making comments. The project manager wants to have the technical people come in by 9:00, although many of them leave late.
b. Your company is bidding on a project for the entertainment industry. You know that you need new ideas on how to put together the proposal and communicate your approach in a way that will impress the customer.
c. Your business has been growing successfully, but you are becoming inundated with phone calls and e-mails asking similar types of questions.
d. You need to make a general announcement to a large group of people and you want to make sure they receive the information

Audit log and audit log correlation is a significant part of a network administr

Audit log and audit log correlation is a significant part of a network administrator and security officer’s job. NIST has a document NIST SP 800-92 “Guide to Computer Security Log Management” located at https://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/Legacy/SP/nistspecialpublication800-92.pdf . Assume that your boss has come to you to ask you about managing audit logs.
Write a 2-3 page executive memo that addresses the following:
1. Discusses some of the challenges that log management faces.
2. Propose a “plan” for your network log management program to your boss. Who will review your logs? How often will they be reviewed? How will you protect your log files? What recommendations will you make for log aggregation and correlation? How can a tool such as Splunk assist with this?

Purpose This assignment is intended to develop policies and procedures that prom

Purpose This assignment is intended to develop policies and procedures that promote enterprise-wide creation, dissemination and use of quality information. Action Items Review the reading materials in Module 3 Prep. Research the topic “information quality policies in healthcare.” You may also consult relevant authorities in your organization. Based on your study and research: In a 2- to 3-page paper, write a policy document to promote enterprise-wide creation, dissemination and use of quality information in your healthcare organization. Ensure that your policy document covers the life cycle of information, i.e. the policy must address ensuring quality information from: design and capture, content and records management, and information use. Include all citations and your reference list in proper APA format.

please provide problem statement defined in a separate work doc please use commo

please provide problem statement defined in a separate work doc
please use common english throughout this case study
A case study analysis in your area of specialization is required to pass your comprehensive exams at the end of the program. Please review the case study analysis materials in the appropriate learning Topic of this course, including Chapter 3 of the Learning with Cases book.
For part 2, you will analyze and propose an action plan for the following case using an eight step case study analysis process (shown below).
CaseStudy_AttivioCase.pdf
Start your case analysis journey by using the short cycle process (see pp. 32-35 in the “Learning with Cases” book for a description of the short cycle process) to choose one of the cases above. Because the short cycle process only takes 15-20 minutes, you should be able to easily assess both cases within an hour. Next, start your case study analysis by writing the problem statement (step 1) for your chosen case.
You must ask your content coach for feedback after completing steps 1-3 to ensure you are on the right track. Additional courtesy reviews are also encouraged for steps 4-5 and then again for steps 6-8 after appropriate revisions are incorporated by the student for steps 1-5.
Case Study Analysis
Analysis of the case should take the following steps:
Draft the problem statement – The problem statement should be a clear, concise statement of exactly what needs to be addressed. At most, it should be two sentences. One sentence is preferred.
You may find yourself rewriting this problem statement several times as you continue with your analysis.
ALSO: Some cases are so complicated that it is difficult to prioritize the most pressing problems for the business. Other times, the cases may not present an obvious problem, but there could be opportunities for improvement within the organization.
Try to write the problem statement in one sentence
It’s doubtful that the problem is an executive needing to make a decision
Do not recommend any solution in the problem statement
Focus on what’s important to the business. You might want to think about a sentence that is structured like this:
(business problem) because (technical/administrative/communication problem)
The business problem is: What will happen to the business if the technical/adminstrative/communicaton problem occurred? What will the business no longer provide or do?
The technology/adminstrative/communicaton problem is the technology/administrative/communication issues present in the case
Analyze the case
When analyzing the case, you should determine how the issues in the case came about, who in the organization is most affected by the issues, any constraints, and any opportunities for improvement.
You should NOT be generating or discussing any alternatives. This analysis is should further develop and substantiate your problem statement. This section should be used to summarize the basics of your case analysis. It should not be used to simply retell the case scenario.
Generate alternatives
Each alternative you develop should offer a different way in which the problem could be resolved. Typically, there are many alternatives that could solve the issues in the case. Some alternatives may be discussed in the case. You should develop your own alternative(s) as well. It is very likely that the alternatives presented in the case are not sufficient to solve the problem. Things to remember at this stage are:
Be realistic.
The alternatives should be mutually exclusive.
Not making a decision pending further investigation is not an acceptable decision for any case study that you will analyze.
If you recommend doing nothing as your strategy, you must provide clear reasons why this is an acceptable alternative.
Avoid providing one desirable alternative and two other clearly undesirable alternatives.
Any alternative should be able to be implemented successfully.
Each alternative should have a level two heading.
Develop key decision criteria
Once the alternatives have been identified, a method of evaluating them and selecting the most appropriate one needs to be used to arrive at a decision. Develop the key decision criteria you will use to select the alternative you wish to implement. These criteria should address the issues/opportunities you have previously identified. Key decision criteria should be:
Brief
Measurable
Related to your problem statement and alternatives.
Analyze and evaluate alternatives
Measure each alternative against the key decision criteria. Each alternative should also be a level two heading. Describe how each of the alternatives do not meet, meet, or exceed the key decision criteria. You may also wish to write up a pros-and-cons list for each alternative.
At the end of this section, include a summary table that lists each alternative and the key decision criteria.
Recommend and justify the preferred alternative
Recommend one, and only one, of your alternatives. Justify your recommendation using the key decision criteria that you previously developed.
Developing an action/implementation plan
Discuss how the recommended course of action will be implemented. Include costs, schedule, and scope in this plan. Include any stakeholders and their responsibilities.
Write the executive summary
The executive summary should summarize the entire analysis and should be written last. It should be directed toward an executive in the organization that is being analyzed. It should stand on its own and not be longer than one page.
The goal of an executive summary is for an executive to be able to read it and make a decision. If the executive wishes more detail, the executive will then read the more detailed analysis.
Required Sections and Format for Case Study Assignments
Please note that the same format will be used for your 700 level course (comprehensive exam).
Your written analysis should follow APA format and contain the following sections:
Title page (in accordance with APA format)
Table of contents
Executive summary
Problem statement
Problem and Data analysis
Alternatives
Key decision criteria
Alternatives analysis and evaluation
Recommendation
Action and implementation plan
Appendices (if any)
References
Note: Sections 3-11 should be level one headings in your paper.
Process for Analyzing a Case Study (Erskine, Leenders, & Mauffette-Leenders, 2007)
The Short Cycle Process
Quickly read the case. If it is a long case, at this stage you may want to read only the first few and last paragraphs. You should then be able to answer the following questions:
Who is the decision maker in this case, and what is their position and responsibilities?
What appears to be the issue (of concern, problem, challenge, or opportunity) and its significance for the organization?
Why has the issue arisen and why is the decision maker involved now?
When does the decision maker have to decide, resolve, act or dispose of the issue?
What is the urgency to the situation?
Take a look at any exhibits to see what numbers are provided.
Review the case subtitles to see what areas are covered in more depth.
Review the case questions, if any have been provided.
The Long Cycle Process
The Long Cycle Process consists of the following:
A detailed reading of the case
An analysis of the case.
When you are doing the detailed reading of the case study, look for the following sections:
Opening paragraph: introduces the situation.
Background information: industry, organization, products, history, competition, financial information, and anything else of significance.
Specific area of interest: marketing, finance, operations, human resources, IT, or integrated
The specific problem or decision(s) to be made.
Alternatives open to the decision maker, which may or may not be stated in the case.
Conclusion: sets up the task, any constraints or limitations, and the urgency of the situation.

*Project Objectives* :

*Project Objectives* : This final project will _*require students to demonstrate and use a variety of skills that they have learned in class s you such as research, critical thinking, problem-solving , data_ analysis for better decision-making as well as skills or abilities to “`plan, organize, manage time, work in a team and present the technology solutions infront of the class or audience. * *Project Description* : Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Santi, residents of Bronx or Westchester Area, decided that with their growing family, they a variety of technology devices or resources to meet the educational and personal needs of the family members. The couple have three children- one in middle- school, one in high-school and elders will go to college in Florida by Winter 2022. The family currently owns a desktop computer which they bought in 2014. They do not have any other technology like laptops, tablets or smart phones for themselves nor for any of their children. Mr. and Mrs. Santi approached your team to help them decide on the varied type of technology devices / resources the family, the couple and each of their children should own. Below are some guiding questions for you to approach the case and provide the best technology solution for the family as a whole and for each member of the family. *1. What type of technology device / product would the father, mother and each of the children own? Should each family member get a smart phone? What type of smart phone should each have ( father, mother, the child going to college, the child in high school and the child in middle school )? *2. Would you recommend a tablet or tables for each member of the family or a few members of the family? Who should have the tablet ( s) ? Why ? *3* . Should the family buy a new desktop computer for family use? What type would you recommend? Or do you think a laptop is better or a tablet? Or maybe a *3-in-1* type of technology device ? How many should the family buy and who among them should have the device (s) you are recommending? *4. Who among the different types of service providers would they select for some or all of the technology devices / products? *FAMILY BUDGET:. _Minimum_* :. $3, 500 Maximum:. 5% more of the minimum budget. *Research logistics*::. . Approch the research by ensuring that you compare and contrast three (3) types of the devices recommended in each category. For example, if you think the family should each have a smart phone, you will compare three (3) different types/ brands of smart phone. Should each member have a exactly the same type/ specs? . If the family needs a tablet or two, compare and contact three (3) different types / brands of tables. Should they buy the same type and brand or different ones ? . If the family needs a desktop compute, compare and contrast three (3) different types of desktop computers. .Lastly, compare and contrast three (3) different types of internet service providers ( ISP ).

5 years ago Anonymous Discussion – Week 1 Discussion Classifying and Representi

5 years ago
Anonymous
Discussion – Week 1
Discussion
Classifying and Representing Information in Health Care
Health care information can be classified and represented in a variety of ways and used within a diversity of contexts and settings. Data that is useable in one area of health care may not be useable in another area if it is not classified and represented in a way that is appropriate for that particular setting or that specific context.
To prepare for this Discussion, review the information offered by the presenters in this week’s course video on the distinctions between ad hoc versus standard representations of health information and between formal versus informal standards. Then, select one of these aspects of the classification and representation of health information (i.e., ad hoc representation, standard representation, informal standard, or formal standard) and, using the Walden Library databases as well as the Internet, conduct a targeted literature review to identify specific examples of it from health care.
By Day 4, post a comprehensive response to the following:
In the first line of your posting, identify which aspect of the classification and representation of health information (ad hoc representation, standard representation, informal standard, or formal standard) you selected to research.
Describe two specific examples of this aspect of the classification and representation of health information that you were able to identify through your literature review. In what health care context(s) or setting(s) is it used? Why is it appropriate for use in these particular contexts or setting(s)? Explain your reasoning.
Would any of the other aspects of the classification and representation of health information also be appropriate for use within these health care context(s) or setting(s)? If so, why? If not, why not? Explain your reasoning.
Read a selection of your colleagues’ postings.
By Day 6, respond to at least one of your colleagues’ postings in one or more of the following ways:
Ask a probing question.
Expand on the colleague’s posting with additional insight and resources.
Offer polite disagreement or critique, supported with evidence.
In addition, you may respond as follows:
Offer and support an opinion.
Validate an idea with your own experience.
Make a suggestion or comment that guides or facilitates the discussion.
Return to this Discussion in a few days to read the responses to your initial posting. Note what you have learned and/or any insights you have gained as a result of your colleagues’ comments. You are not required to post these final insights.

Application: The Standardization of Health Information-Ad Hoc Versus Standard Re

Application: The Standardization of Health Information-Ad Hoc Versus Standard Representations and Formal Versus Informal Standards
Change is a constant in the field of health care, and this continual evolution necessitates various means of classifying and representing the vast amount of health information that is being generated on a daily basis by and for providers and patients.
To prepare for this Application Assignment, reflect on the distinctions between ad hoc versus standard representations of health information and between formal versus informal standards that were discussed by the presenters in this week’s course video: “An Overview of the Classification and Representation of Health Information”. Then consider the following scenarios involving the classification and representation of health information:
Scenario #1
A significant portion of the U.S. population receives health care coverage under the federal government’s Medicare and Medicaid programs. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services dictates that health care providers and medical suppliers must use a predefined set of codes for reporting their provision of professional services, procedures, and supplies and for submitting their claims for reimbursement.
Scenario #2
As part of an initiative to improve outcomes, a small community hospital wants to determine the typical allergic reactions to drugs that its patients are experiencing. It assigns a task force to review patient records from the past five years to identify instances of prior allergic reactions and to classify these instances.
Scenario #3
At the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s Annual Conference, which is heavily attended by health information professionals from provider organizations across the nation, a number of information technology vendors exhibit their latest electronic health record (EHR) applications. Subsequently, a majority of the health care provider organizations within a certain geographical area choose the same EHR system for the documentation and exchange of patient information.
Scenario #4
A large regional health care delivery system consisting of five hospitals and 43 clinics is implementing a new computerized physician/provider order entry (CPOE) system mandated for use at all of its provider locations. The project team charged with overseeing the implementation creates a master list of drugs using their own numbering system; this proprietarily structured master list will be used by providers across the enterprise to enter drug orders into the CPOE system.
For each of the four scenarios, distinguish whether it is an ad hoc representation, a standard representation, an informal standard, or a formal standard.
To complete this Application Assignment, write a 2- to 3-page paper that identifies which distinction you believe each scenario to be an example of and that explains for each why you believe that to be the case.
In support of your reasoning for each of the four scenarios, provide at least one additional example of that type of distinction (ad hoc representation, standard representation, informal standard, or formal standard) that you have identified through a targeted literature review of this aspect of the classification and representation of health information.
Conclude your paper by explaining the purpose of standardized representations of health information and why this standardization is important to health information technology.
Your written assignments must follow APA guidelines. Be sure to support your work with specific citations from this week’s Learning Resources and additional scholarly sources as appropriate. To ensure your in-text citations and reference list are correct, refer to APA Style: http://www.apastyle.org/.