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CCJS 390 6380 Cyber Crime and Security (2192)Final Project: Briefing ProjectKermee DormeyanMarch 10, 2019
OverviewIntroductionWhat is cyber security, and what are some of its key concepts?Most significant threats our data and their root causesAre cyber criminals a real danger to our enterprise? What is risk management, and how can the risk management process help you protect our infrastructure and data?Recommended computer security best practicesCyber-crime/security incident response What types of evidence would be important to your investigation, and how would they be used? What would law enforcement's role be in your incident response plan?Are there any laws at the local, state, federal, or even international level that protect your organization by imposing penalties on cyber criminals? What we need from the CSO to best protect our organizationConclusion2
IntroductionThis presentation will brief the new Chief Security Officer for CCS International a quick but in depth spin up into the current state of cyber-security.Global reliance on cybersecurity leads to increase in cyber crimeMonetary loss from cyber crime doubles in a year3
What is cyber security, and what are some of its key concepts?4Cyber security, also referred to as information technology security, focuses on protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destructionThe main difference between Cyber-security and IA is that cyber-security focuses primarily on defense from threats to data and infrastructure.
Most significant threats our data and their root causes5Most organizations and researchers agree that there are three types of cyber threat actors: hacktivists, cyber-criminals, and cyber-spies.Access is the goalSocial EngineeringConfiguration WeaknessesBrute ForceDesign FlawsDistributed Denial of Service (DDoS)
Are cyber criminals a real danger to our enterprise? 6In the end, the issue is that cyber-crime, no matter the type of actor, is on the rise. Many events, either in the past or ongoing, only show that it’s getting worse.
What is risk managementHow can the risk management process help you protect our infrastructure and data?

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