MGMT 394 Embry Riddle Aeronautical Management of Information Security & CNSS Paper Hello,
Here are the instructions for this assignment:
he Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) Model identifies the nine interacting factors that influence the security of any resource. The nine key factors are:
Policy: which deals with info security policies in place
Education: which deals with education of users on security related issues
Technology: which covers the technology used to implement security measures
Confidentiality: confidentiality of info/data
Integrity: addresses measures in place to ensure data integrity
Availability: to ensure authorized users access to information in usable format
Storage: issues dealing with data storage
Processing: issues that cover the processing and handling of data
Transmission: covers issues related to factors that influence transmission of data
Assume you are responsible for implementing a security program within your own organization or another organization of your choice. Apply the CNSS model by identifying the interacting factors you will need to address within this organization. You will need to think about the employees, customers, and all other stakeholders. Address each of the nine key factors and which ones you would need focus on, providing a brief description for each of these factors. The deliverable for this activity should be a brief paragraph for each factor to be included in the model.
Below is a resource to help with this activity:
DBE-IS M01 C02 V02 CNSS Security Model (YouTube, 03:25)
Here is the grading rubric:
MGMT 394 1.4 Hands-On Rubric
MGMT 394 1.4 Hands-On Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent and Development
(Excellent – A) Content is comprehensive, accurate, and persuasive. Major points are demonstrated or clearly stated and well supported. Responses are excellent, timely, and address activity, including course concepts. Content and purpose of activity are clearly articulated.
(Above-Average – B) Content is accurate and persuasive. Major points are demonstrated or stated. Responses are adequate and address assignment. Content and purpose of activity are clearly articulated
(Average – C) Content is not comprehensive and/or persuasive. Major points are addressed, but not well supported. Responses are inadequate or do not address assignment. Content is inconsistent with regard to purpose and clarity of thought.
(Near-Failing – D) Content is incomplete. Major points are not clear and/or persuasive. Questions were not adequately answered or demonstrated.
(Failing – F) Demonstrates unacceptable mastery of content. Few or no requirements of the activity are included in the response.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization and Structure
(Excellent – A) Structure of the activity is clear and easy to follow. Demonstrates excellent flow of thought. Activity is organized and structured in a manner that provides a clear representation of a finished product.
(Above-Average – B) Structure is mostly clear and easy to follow. Finished product is presented.
(Average – C) Structure of activity is difficult to follow. Product is not finished or if present does not flow from the rest of the activity.
(Near-Failing – D) Organization and structure detract from the rest of the activity. Points are disjointed and lack in transition of thought.
(Failing – F) Structure is absent or not consistent. Organization is not apparent and inaccurate. Presentation and delivery are unacceptable.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis
(Excellent – A) Analyses are organized in a logical manner, clearly presented, and titled properly. Activity is easy to understand by a lay reader and directly addresses the research questions.
(Above-Average – B) Analyses are sufficient in number, but may not be well organized or as clear as they could be. Analyses are on topic, but may not perfectly reflect the research questions posed.
(Average – C) Insufficient analyses/reflection are included. Anayses/reflections do not adequately address the questions posed. Analyses/reflections are not well organized or clear.
(Near-Failing – D) Analyses/reflections are partially included, but are not clear or organized.
(Failing – F) Does not demonstrate ability to analyze assumptions and evaluate evidence, complexity of issues, and alternatives.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat
(Excellent – A) Activity demonstrates all designated guidelines in a clear and consise manner with proper formatting. Format enhances readability of work. Demonstrates excellent ability to use technology and tools effectively to enhance the finished product.
(Above-Average – B) Activity follows all guidelines and technology/tools are used to format the activity appropriately demonstrating a finished product.
(Average – C) Activity follows most guidelines. Formatting is not consistent and does not represent a finished product.
(Near-Failing – D) Activity lacks many elements of formatting.
(Failing – F) Activity is not formatted at all.
Total Points: 100.0