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Middle East College Information Security (ECM84CS) Individual Assignment Fall 2016 Prepared for: Dr. Oday Al-Jerew Student Name: Saif Salem Abdullah Al-Hashmi Student ID#: PG16F1641
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents 1 Introduction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 2 Information Assets Categorization --------------------------------------------------------------- 5 2.1 The information Assets------------------------------------------------------------------------------5 2.1.1 The Databases assets: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 2.1.2 The Data files: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 2.1.3 Operational and support procedures: -------------------------------------------------------------6 2.2 Define Information Assets. --------------------------------------------------------------------------6 3 Security Assessment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 3.1 Summary of Results ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------11 3.2 Attack Narrative --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12 3.2.1 Remote System Discovery ------------------------------------------------------------------------12 3.2.2 Compromising webserver interface --------------------------------------------------------------14 3.2.3 Administrative Privilege Escalation --------------------------------------------------------------16 3.2.4 Escalation to Local Administrator ----------------------------------------------------------------16 3.2.5 Escalation to Domain Administrator -------------------------------------------------------------17 4 Risk Assessment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19 4.1 Risk Rating ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19 4.2 Risk Rating Scale --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------19 4.3 Default or Weak Credentials -------------------------------------------------------------------------19 5 Security Plan to Countermeasures ---------------------------------------------------------------- 21 5.1 Stage 1 - Consider Options ---------------------------------------------------------------------------21 5.2 Stage 2 – Countermeasures Evaluation -------------------------------------------------------------21 5.3 Stage 3– Countermeasure Approach Development. -----------------------------------------------22 5.4 Stage 4 – Implementation of the plan ----------------------------------------------------------------22 6 Security Policy ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23 7 Security Education and Awareness Program --------------------------------------------------- 25 7.1 All Personnel --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------25 7.2 Management ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------26 7.3 Specialized Roles ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27 7.3.1 Cashier/Accounting Staff ----------------------------------------------------------------------------27 7.3.2 Procurement Team ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27 7.3.3 IT Administrators and Developers ------------------------------------------------------------------28 8 Social, Legal and Ethical Issues -------------------------------------------------------------------- 29 9 Recommendations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 10 REFERENCE --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31
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Abstract This document contain security decide to improve the data security standing in Khoudh Health Center. It starts with categorizing the data plus within the company and characteristic the criticality leaves for every asset. After that, it'll illustrate the results of security assessment that has be done remotely as traditional web user by process the vulnerabilities and threats within the network and system. Then it'll embrace risk assessment with security set up and policy, then concluded it'll finish with some recommendation and countermeasures to boost the data security so as to avoiding any potential risks. 1.Introduction Protecting sensitive information is that the end goal of close to all IT security measures. A pair of strong arguments for safeguarding sensitive information are to avoid fraud and to safeguard privacy. The improper revelation of sensitive information can also cause hurt and embarrassment to students, faculty, and staff, and doubtless hurt the name of the Institute. Therefore, it is to everyone's advantage to form positive that sensitive information is protected. Nowadays, most of the business operation depends on or exploit the information technology to perform the day-after-day activities. This approach improves the quality of services and can increase the business revenue. In several facets, it will increase the risks on the business as result of the connected vulnerabilities at intervals the IT systems. As result of this, any organization take this approach -regardless of its size- ought to give a smart attention to the information security therefore on safeguard its business.
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