Educate the Board of Directors on IT Security Issues and Cost ADDED ON (1).pptx

Educate the Board of Directors on IT Security Issues and Cost ADDED ON (1).pptx

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EDUCATE THE BOARD OF DIRECTORSON IT SECURITY ISSUES AND COST FRANCIS WHITT, HAJARA NTALE, JOSEPH WALKER, JOSH, JULIEANNE RASMUSSEN, LEVOND MABONE, PATRICK SEEGER, AND YOLANDA GOWDY. CMGT/400 JUNE 5 TH , 2017
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PURPOSE OF PRESENTATION The company must allow training for IT professionals. Technology is consistently changing on a daily basis and in order to stay current in today’s market, training should be provided. Perform and IT audit. This will help us discover threats, risk, and vulnerabilities to our current company security.
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HOW TO MAKE SECURITY IMPORTANT Point out that intruders know that employees have access to information Use local crime statistics to illustrate the importance Explain that security precautions are useless if employees ignore them
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RISK AND THREATS Hackers Human Errors Forces of Nature Malware
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RISK: PERSONAL OR DATA BREACH A breach is the intentional or unintentional release of an organizations secure or private/confidential information to an untrusted environment. There are three main types of breaches: Physical theft- when a person who may be a criminal physically steals information such as a computer, server, mobile device and even physical records such as receipts or customer files. Skimming- the theft of data of a credit/debit card (this means the data is contained on the magnetic strip of the credit/debit card. The magnetic strip contains a persons account number, expiration date, cardholder’s name and address, the PIN number, and more.).
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