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Project Part 1: Network Design Scenario The Corporation Techs’ current network c

Project Part 1: Network Design
Scenario
The Corporation Techs’ current network consists of 1 web
server (accessible by the public), 2 application servers, 2 database servers, 2
file and print servers, and 50 workstations. The web server runs Linux/Apache,
the other servers run Microsoft Windows Server, and the workstations run
Microsoft Windows. The network is connected through a series of switches, is not
physically connected to other networks, and runs Internet Protocol version 4
(IPv4). The network is protected by a single border firewall. The senior network
architect, whom you work for directly, has verified the company’s business
goals and has determined the features and functions required to meet those
goals.
The senior network architect has asked you to
create a network design that includes the following components:
§
Current infrastructure elements
§
A logical topology that separates the Accounting
and Sales departments
§
Redundant communications
§
Justification for continuing with IPv4 or
upgrading to IPv6
Tasks
For this part of the project, perform the
following tasks:
1. Conduct
research to determine the best network design to ensure security of internal
access while retaining public website availability.
2. Design
a network configuration with physical and logical topologies. Identify major
network elements (e.g., servers, switches, gateways) and their locations within
the private and protected network segments.
3. Include
a high-level plan that ensures communications are available 24/7.
4. Recommend
whether to continue using IPv4 or upgrade to IPv6, and explain why.
5. Create
a basic network diagram that illustrates the current network and enhancements.
Include a few workstations to represent all workstations on the internal
network. The diagram will be very high level at this stage and include only
necessary details. You may use a software tool or simply pencil and paper. You
will update this design later in the project.
6. Create
a draft report detailing all information as supportive documentation.
Cite sources, where appropriate.
Self-Assessment
Checklist (Grading Criteria)
I determined the best network design to ensure the security of
internal access while retaining public website availability.
I designed a network configuration with physical and logical
topologies, and identified major network elements and their locations
within the private and protected network segments.
I created a plan that ensures communications are available 24/7.
I recommended whether to continue using IPv4 or upgrade to IPv6, and
explained why.
I created a basic network diagram that illustrates the current
network and enhancements.
I created a professional, well-developed report with proper
documentation, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
I followed the submission guidelines.

The use of encryption to protect systems and information is wide-spread within t

The use of encryption to protect systems and information is wide-spread within the IT industry. In NIST SP 800-53, security controls address the implementation of cryptographic protection mechanisms including the generation and management of cryptographic keys, the use of encryption to protect information at rest and in motion, and the selection of hardware and software modules to implement cryptographic algorithms. Specific security controls related to cryptography and encryption are found in the Access Control family, System Integrity family, and System and Communications Protection families of security controls.
For this discussion, you are asked to prepare a short management brief (background paper) for technical and non-technical staff members on the subject of protecting information using encryption and trustworthy cryptographic algorithms. You should also address non-repudiation and how the sources and contents of important documents can and should be authenticated using digital signatures and hashing. This background paper will be distributed to employees attending a mandatory half-day training session for their annual information security training.
Remember to use and cite authoritative sources in your work. Place your list of references at the end of your paper.
Remember to submit your discussion response to the Turn It In for Discussions assignment folder. See the forum instructions for more information.

For Internet information systems developers, there are many programming and deve

For Internet information
systems developers, there are many programming and development options for
building a mobile app. As part of the analysis and design process for your
project with Healthy Harvest, you need to determine how to approach the
technical build by researching and comparing the technology available. Python,
JavaScript, Java, Scala, and Ruby are just a handful of the programming
languages used, and as the IS consultant, you must narrow down the viable
options.
Create a 3- to 4-page document or spreadsheet to compare
specifications, pros, and cons of 5 systems development tools. Complete the
following:
Research and identify 5 systems
development tools suitable to develop the Healthy Harvest online store.
Compare 10 to 12 specifications and
features of each tool that can support Healthy Harvest’s online store.
Write a 1-page summary that explains how these technologies can bring
value to Healthy Harvest.
Tips for completing this
assignment:
Review the grading rubric to begin
organizing your assignment. It clearly defines expectations and is what
your faculty member will use to grade your submission.
Cite any references to support your assignment.
Format your citations according to APA guidelines.
Note: Please refer to attachment for grade criteria .

Write a manuscript of 5,000 words. An Abstract and Table of Contents (including

Write a manuscript of 5,000 words. An Abstract and Table of Contents (including the research method) is to be included in the manuscript. 8 scholarly journals are needed. Sources can also be from government reports, think tanks and similar credible sources. However, blogs, online news or other similar online sources are not to be counted within those 8 references (you can still include them as other references).
The paper can be in the form of an Research Paper. Please conduct a case study of the equifax data breach and evaluate cybersecurity incident handling policies.

The Red Clay CEO tasked the company’s IT Governance Board with developing a set

The Red Clay CEO tasked the company’s IT Governance Board with developing a set of policies to address IT security requirements (including mandates for protecting privacy) arising from the following “rule” or “standard”:
(a) PCI-DSS (credit card and transaction information)
(b) the HIPAA Security Rule (health related information)
(c) the “Red Flags” Rule (consumer credit information: identity theft prevention).
Choose one of the three sources of regulatory requirements listed above. Write a three-paragraph briefing statement that summarizes the regulatory requirements as they apply to the company’s collection, processing, management, and storage of personal information about Red Clay’s clients. Your briefing statement should identify the specific types of personal information covered by the “rule” or “standard.” Include a compelling argument for why the company needs to adopt guidance policies that will ensure compliance with laws and regulations related to protecting personal information.
Provide in-text citations and references for 3 or more authoritative sources. Put the reference list at the end of your posting.

Week 3 Extra Credit Assignment View a sample extra credit assignment HERE Review

Week 3 Extra Credit Assignment
View a sample extra credit assignment HERE
Review the resources below:
Directions
Every week each of you will have the opportunity to earn extra credit toward your final grade by completing the learning module. You may earn up to two points for extra credit in the class.
This is an extremely easy way to ensure that you will be bumped up to the next letter grade if you are close at the end of the course. A student with an 88% that completes each of the extra credit assignments would earn an “A”, whereas a student that earns an 88% that does not complete any of the extra credit would earn a “B”. (Note only one extra credit assignment can be completed per week. Each assignment is worth .5%).
Application
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Please read the requirements and use the template and references provided. Robe

Please read the requirements and use the template and references provided.
Robert, A. S. (Ed.). (2009). Information Technology and the Ethics of Globalization : Transnational Issues and Implications. Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global.
Campbell, G. Michael. (2009). Communications skills for project managers. NY: AMACOM. ISBN: 9780814410530
Paul, D., Cadle, J., & Yeates, D. (Eds.). (2014). Business Analysis (3). Swindon, GB: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. ISBN: 9781780172774
Brennan, Linda L. and Johnson, Victoria E. (2004). Social, ethical and policy implications of information technology. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. ISBN: 9781591402886
Friend, Graham and Zehle, Stephan. (2009). Guide to business planning. London, UK: Profile Books. ISBN: 9781861974747.
Simon, Phil. (2011). Why new systems fail: An insider’s guide to successful IT projects. NY: Revised Edition Cengage Learning. ISBN:9781435456440
Smith, Gregory S. (2006). Straight to the top: Becoming a world-class CIO. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 9780471744788
Tipton, Harold F. and Krause, Micki. (2007). Information security management handbook (6th ed.). UK: CRC Press. ISBN: 9780849374951

Summary of the article Why you chose the article What you learned from the artic

Summary of the article
Why you chose the article
What you learned from the article
Please cite your source
Link to article https://scitechdaily-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/scitechdaily.com/new-technique-dramatically-accelerates-computer-programs-without-fear-of-errors/amp/?amp_gsa=1&amp_js_v=a9&usqp=mq331AQIKAGwASCAAgM%3D#amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&aoh=16559550349185&csi=0&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fscitechdaily.com%2Fnew-technique-dramatically-accelerates-computer-programs-without-fear-of-errors%2F

Please read the requirements and use the template and references provided. Robe

Please read the requirements and use the template and references provided.
Robert, A. S. (Ed.). (2009). Information Technology and the Ethics of Globalization : Transnational Issues and Implications. Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global.
Campbell, G. Michael. (2009). Communications skills for project managers. NY: AMACOM. ISBN: 9780814410530
Paul, D., Cadle, J., & Yeates, D. (Eds.). (2014). Business Analysis (3). Swindon, GB: BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. ISBN: 9781780172774
Brennan, Linda L. and Johnson, Victoria E. (2004). Social, ethical and policy implications of information technology. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. ISBN: 9781591402886
Friend, Graham and Zehle, Stephan. (2009). Guide to business planning. London, UK: Profile Books. ISBN: 9781861974747.
Simon, Phil. (2011). Why new systems fail: An insider’s guide to successful IT projects. NY: Revised Edition Cengage Learning. ISBN:9781435456440
Smith, Gregory S. (2006). Straight to the top: Becoming a world-class CIO. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN: 9780471744788
Tipton, Harold F. and Krause, Micki. (2007). Information security management handbook (6th ed.). UK: CRC Press. ISBN: 9780849374951

The use of encryption to protect systems and information is wide-spread within t

The use of encryption to protect systems and information is wide-spread within the IT industry. In NIST SP 800-53, security controls address the implementation of cryptographic protection mechanisms including the generation and management of cryptographic keys, the use of encryption to protect information at rest and in motion, and the selection of hardware and software modules to implement cryptographic algorithms. Specific security controls related to cryptography and encryption are found in the Access Control family, System Integrity family, and System and Communications Protection families of security controls.
For this discussion, you are asked to prepare a short management brief (background paper) for technical and non-technical staff members on the subject of protecting information using encryption and trustworthy cryptographic algorithms. You should also address non-repudiation and how the sources and contents of important documents can and should be authenticated using digital signatures and hashing. This background paper will be distributed to employees attending a mandatory half-day training session for their annual information security training.
Remember to use and cite authoritative sources in your work. Place your list of references at the end of your paper.
Remember to submit your discussion response to the Turn It In for Discussions assignment folder. See the forum instructions for more information.

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