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Running Head: NETWORK SECURITY POLICY FOR SUNGRAFIX 1 NETWORK SECURITY POLICY FOR SUNGRAFIX xxx Table of Contents Introduction Security Policy Physical security policy Access control policy
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NETWORK SECURITY POLICY FOR SUNGRAFIX 2 Email Security Policy Facility Diagram Network Diagram Hardware and Software Inventory Tool Comparison chart Business Process Identification worksheet Asset Identification worksheet Threat Identification and Assessment worksheet Threat Mitigation worksheet Introduction SunGrafix is a video and PC game design company. Company’s new game has become a hot seller, and the company anticipates rapid growth. It's moving into a new facility and will be installing a new network. Because competition is fierce in the game industry, SunGrafix wants the network to be fully secured, documented, and maintained while providing high availability, scalability, and performance.
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NETWORK SECURITY POLICY FOR SUNGRAFIX 3 SunGrafix Network requirements: A. Primary location in Tampa, FL. B. Secondary location/hot site in Kissimmee, FL. C. Capable of supporting 120 users in these departments: Accounting and Payroll, 8; Research and Development, 24; Sales and Marketing, 20; Order Processing, Ship- ping, and Receiving, 28; secretarial and office management staff, 8; upper management (including the president, vice president, and general manager), 10; Customer Relations and Support, 12; Technology Support, 10. D. Full OC3 Internet connection. Business requirements that are to be fulfilled in order to build a new location are: 1. Design a network that meets the SunGrafix Network requirements. (Shown above). 2. Create a diagram showing the physical layout of the system 3. Create a software and Hardware inventory required based on requirements. 4. Build security policies to ensure the security of the company’s data and employees. 5. Conducting a risk assessment analysis. 6. Planning and implementing a remote access solution 7. Designing an IDS for SunGrafix 8. Designing a perimeter network for SunGrafix 9. Designing a test methodology for SunGrafix network. Security Policy A security policy is a document that outlines rules for protecting the company’s physical and Information technology assets. It explains how the policies are enforced and lays out some of the basic architecture of the company. A security policy is often considered to be a living document because the document is never finished. It always changes with the change in technology and change in employee requirements. Policy will help to set the rules for expected behaviour by users, system administrators, management and security personnel. Some of the policies that are produced in SunGrafix game design company are: Physical Security policy
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NETWORK SECURITY POLICY FOR SUNGRAFIX 4 All company facilities which are related with data must be physically secured in extent to the significance or criticality of their performance. Documentation of methodology for physical access ought to be done and furthermore access ought to be controlled for those facilities.
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  • Spring '16
  • dwayne hodges
  • Computer Security, Virtual private network, Network security policy

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