[SOLVED] Network Penetration & Information Tech. Discussion
Need help with my Computer Science question – Im studying for my class.
Develop a case study related to hacking. Have an original post of no less than three to five paragraphs, and yes it can be more if you wish. In addition to your proposal, offer advice of a paragraph or two to at least two other students. This is the proposal for your term paper due in week 9. Papers should not be written in a one week or weekend, but should take some time to research, consider, and then draft. Once drafted, ideally, one sleeps on the paper, so one can proof and revise one last time before submitting the final draft. I expect a 400 level paper in week 9, so give some thought to your case study and provide me a short synopsis of what you hope to look at, why, and what you hope to learn or accomplish.
- Research the web and find an appropriate incident related to either a successful or failed penetration testing effort, or a successful or unsuccessful hacking attempt against an organization, business or government facility. For the discussion lay out the basic details of the case, why you chose this case, and speculate on what specific lessons you learned from the case, as well as possible recommendations for future situations. This proposal should be no less than three or four paragraphs.
“Methodology Mind-Set and Management Processes” Please respond to the following:
- According to Kerzner, The importance of a good methodology cannot be understated. In your own words, examine the significance of this statement as it relates to integrative information technology solutions within an organization. Provide one (1) example of an integrative information technology solution to justify your response.
- As a Chief Information Officer (CIO) for a large organization, compare and contrast three (3) of the five (5) main management processes described in Chapter 5 of Kerzners text. Suggest one (1) strategy to apply the business value of each selected management process to your current or future organization.