Prepare a report to address all aspects of the case study/assignment. This report should be no less than 15 pages of content (not including title and reference pages). You need to include outside sources and properly cite and reference your sources. You must have at least 5 scholarly resources. In addition to the 15 pages of content, you will want a title page and a reference sheet. This report needs to be in proper APA format.
(Word doc) and presentation slides (PowerPoint) should be prepared
Network Security Plan
|Course||Telecommunications and Network Security|
|Deliverable||Prepare a report to address all aspects of the case study/assignment. This report should be no less than 15 pages of content (not including title and reference pages). You need to include outside sources and properly cite and reference your sources. You must have at least 5 scholarly resources. In addition to the 15 pages of content, you will want a title page and a reference sheet. This report needs to be in proper APA format.Be prepared to present a 15-20 minute presentation on this assignment.Students must submit both written assignment (Word doc) and presentation slides (PowerPoint) in your iLearn course.|
|Assignment||IntroductionThe growth and explosion of the internet has led to a global market place. Companies can sell products all over the world and never have to leave the bounds of their physically secure location. With this move to a global economy we see an increase in security threats to organizations, individuals and agencies. All these models must have an information system to process, store, and retrieve information for their internal stakeholders, customers, and external users. Information systems have inherent risks and vulnerabilities to attacks from internal users, external customers, hackers and criminals. Organizations must have a robust security program in place to meet these attacks and be proactive in their security stance.Your group has the responsibility of creating a robust security policy that covers all the needs of the organization. The security policy identifies administrative, physical, and technical controls that must be in place to identify security risks and develop mitigation strategies to minimize the effects of these risks. You will evaluate the IT infrastructure of Solomon Enterprises and its global business model.Organizational structureSolomon Enterprises employees 500 people in five different locations throughout the domestic United States. Solomon Enterprises generates $200 million in annual revenue through its business model so they would be a huge target for hackers or criminals. Their business products can be purchased through an online web site. They have one central database/data center located in West Virginia and regional offices in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Montana, and Missouri. Customers, clients, and users have access via the Internet throughout the world. The company has a disaster recovery site located in Billings, Montana. Solomon Enterprises users can work remotely or within one of the regional offices. They have a VPN connection that ensures that their connection is encrypted. The central data center has a firewall and each regional office has a firewall to monitor traffic and keep unauthorized access from the facility. They have company issues devices located within the office and laptops that can be taken for remote access. All these devices are running Windows 7 and their server is running Windows Server 2016.ObjectiveThe goal of your group is to develop a plan that evaluates the current security posture of the organization of the company and what controls need to be put into place to safeguard their information. You only have the brief synopsis for guidance so if something is not identified either it is not being done or they do not have enough information to provide you. Use your text as the key source when determining what security controls need to be in place for your company. Ensure that you cover each component that we have discussed within our classroom videos in order to increase the security posture of your organization.Minimum components that must be covered1. IntroductionIntroduce your organization, security posture and business model2. Administrative controlsi.e., Backgrounding employees/training employees/any agreements3. Physical ControlsPhysical protection of the facility4. Technical Controlsi.e., firewall, IDPS, encryption, etc.5. Security Policies What security policies will need to be built into your company’s overall existing security program to ensure that data is safeguarded?6. Legislation/Regulations How do legislation and regulations affect and govern your company? Identify at least one federal legislative component and one regulation that could impact your company.7. Network Security Tools What tools are instrumental in monitoring, detecting, and alerting your company when an someone is trying to gain unauthorized access to your organizations network?8. Conclusion|
|Paper formatting requirements||Your paper must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. You should have at least 15 pages, not including Title and Reference pages. Please include appropriate diagrams and images for your network security plan. All academic sources must be cited using the latest APA guidelines. Section and Sub-section headings should be used throughout the paper. Please review APA guidelines here: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ for reference.· For in-text citations, the citation needs to go inside the end of the sentence. For example: This is my sentence on APA formatting (APA, 2016).· For references, this list should start on a new page at the end of your document with a hanging indent (the title of the page should be References). You do not need to include the retrieved date. Here are some examples:Smyth, A. M., Parker, A. L., & Pease, D. L. (2002). A study of enjoyment of peas. Journal of Abnormal Eating, 8(3), 120-125. Retrieved from http://www.articlehomepage.com/full/url/Bernstein, M. (2002). 10 tips on writing the living Web. A List Apart: For People Who Make Websites, 149. Retrieved from http://www.alistapart.com/articles/writelivingDe Huff, E. W. (n.d.). Taytay’s tales: Traditional Pueblo Indian tales. University of Pennsylvania. Retrieved from http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/dehuff/taytay/taytay.html· Start your paragraph with an indent (tab).· Use section and sub-section headings|