Create a PowerPoint presentation for the staff about the best practices of access control (separation of duties, job rotation, mandatory vacations, and clean desk)

Week 5 Assignment 1 Multi-factor Authentication What experiences have you had with multifactor authentication? In your opinion, have those experiences been effective in keeping you accounts secure? Why or why not? If you were designing a multifactor authentication process for a website with a large user base, how many factors and what type would you include for authentication? Why? Write a one-page paper to summarize your thoughts. Week 5 Assignment 2 Complete Case Study 11-6 on page 518 of the Ciampa text “It’s Late” is a regional coffee shop that serves “quick, casual food” such as sandwiches, soups, and salads. Each location also provides free wireless LAN access to its customers. Recently, one of the location’s networks was successfully attacked and personal customer information was stolen, such as names, email addresses, birthdates, and similar information. The attack was traced to a manager’s account that used the name of his spouse as the password. The new director of IT has asked LPSC to assist them by conducting a workshop regarding the risks of weak passwords and how to create and manage strong passwords. Create a PowerPoint presentation for the executive management about the weaknesses and risks of using passwords, and how employees should create strong passwords. Your presentation should contain at least 10 slides. After the presentation, the It’s Late director of IT has contacted you. She recently read an article in a trade magazine about SSO and believes that this could be a solution to their problem. Create a memo to this director about SSO and how it could or could not address the password issue Week 5 Assignment 3 Complete Case Study 12-7 on page 562 of the Ciampa text Built-Right Construction is a successful developer of commercial real estate projects. Built-Right has caught the attention of Premiere Construction, a national builder, who wants to purchase Built-Right to make them a subsidiary. Premiere Construction has contracted with LPSC to help them provide training to the Built-Right office staff regarding best practices of access control. LPSC has asked you for assistance on this project. Create a PowerPoint presentation for the staff about the best practices of access control (separation of duties, job rotation, mandatory vacations, and clean desk). Explain what each is and how it can be used to create a secure environment. Because the staff does not have an IT background, the presentation cannot be too technical in nature. Your presentation should contain at least 10 slides. After the presentation, Premiere Construction has asked you how best to handle the staff’s objections regarding these practices, because some of the staff members see them as restrictive. Create a memo to Premiere Construction on how you would address those objections in the next round of training.

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