Situation: Operation Richman’s Company
You are a networking security intern at Richman. You have asked to submit a proposal to Richman senior management. In the proposal, you must choose to address seven of the following and relate it to the appropriate SSCP domains:
Issue one. Based on the premise that Richman has 5,000 employees throughout the main office and several branch offices, you must research solutions and detail the appropriate access controls including policies, standards, and procedures that define who users are, what they can do, which resources they can access, and which operations they can perform on a system.
Issue two. Based on the premise that most of the managers have BlackBerry devices for instant communications and all employees are provided cell phones, you must research and detail the cryptography methods to protect organizational information using techniques that ensure its integrity, confidentiality, authenticity, and non-repudiation, and the recovery of encrypted information in its original form.
Issue three. Based on the premise that there is a mix of computer running Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Mac OS X, you must research and devise a plan to thwart malicious code and activity by implementing countermeasures and prevention techniques for dealing with viruses, worms, logic bombs, Trojan horses, and other related forms of intentionally created deviant code.
Issue four. You must research and formulate a plan to implement monitoring and analysis based on the premise that all employees have Internet access to browse the Web, there is no policy on the use of removable media, and several of the branch offices have encountered issues with malware recently. You must determine system implementation and access in accordance with defined IT criteria as well as how to collect information for identification of and response to security breaches or events.
Issue five. Because Richman hosts an...