Assignment 8.3 - Module Review

Assignment 8.3 - Module Review - MGMT 394 Information...

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MGMT 394 – Information Security Management Activity 8.3 – Assignment: Module Review by Chan Hsing Joo, Cheryl ID: 2101610 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide Mar 2016 1
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MGMT 394 – Information Security Management Part 1: Review Questions 1 What are some of the factors that influence an organization’s hiring decisions? According to Whitman & Mattord (2010, pg. 387), “selecting an effective mix of information security personnel for a given organization requires that one consider a number of criteria. Some of these criteria are within the control of the organization; others are not, such as the supply and demand of various skills and experience level. In general, when the demand for any commodity – including personnel with critical information security technical or managerial skills – rises quickly, the initial supply often fails to meet it. As demand becomes known, professional entering the job market or refocusing their job skills seek to gain the required skills, experience and credentials.” Apart for the external factors, there are also internal factors to consider such as the candidate’s certifications, experience in the security field over time, also the background of the candidate as he/she will have assess to privilege information of the firm. 2 What are the critical issues that management must consider when dismissing an employee? Do these issues change based on whether the departure is friendly or hostile? Whitman & Mattord (2010, pg. 414) suggest in the book that, “in the event when an employee leaves an organization, a number of security-related concerns arise. Chief amongst these is the continuity of protection for all information to which the employee had access.”
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