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CMIT.320_Eddie_Nunez_Part3.docx - Network Security...

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Network Security Assessment Prepared for: University of Maryland University College Prepared by: Eddie Nunez
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III. Application/End-User Security Recommendations In this final report, I will include all of my recommendation for applications and end-user procedures that must be follow. My priority will be to educate users about all of the security risks that they could encounter and how they can avoid becoming another victim of a cyber-attack. These recommendations will benefit the firm’s security and protect the information of all the individuals that work in the building. Policies and rules need to be place and must be follow in order to keep the network and systems protected at all times. The users will be trained and tested about all the attacks that they could be a part of. The first step is to separate each type of attack and to teach each user how to properly identify these risks. This will protect the firm’s data and each employee’s personal data as well. A policy set forth during training and hiring will be used to help mitigate end-user vulnerabilities [1]. Only by teaching and ensuring that employees learn about these risks is how you will prevent security incidents in your organization. A group of experience teachers on the subject must provide the training via email notification, video conference, reminders, and virtual classes. Users must be educated in how to manage their email account and be able to identify between safe emails and spam emails. Email is usually the first point of attack that hacker target in an organization. The attacks usually start with phishing emails or spam emails. These emails contain misleading information that users might click without even realizing that they could be giving away their private information or downloading a dangerous virus. Therefore it is important that users learn how to open and read emails and how to determine if an email could be harmful or now. The security administrator should have implemented a safe system with all the necessary tools, protocols, and procedures in place in order to minimize this risk. Systems must be
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