CCJS390 - Final Briefing Presentation.pptx - FINAL PROJECT BRIEFING PROJECT CCJS 390 Cyber Crime and Security INTRODUCTION The purpose of this

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FINAL PROJECT: BRIEFING PROJECT CCJS 390 Cyber Crime and Security April 22, 2019
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INTRODUCTION The purpose of this presentation is to brief the new Chief Security Officer for CCS International with a quick but in depth look into the current state of cyber-security. Global increase in cyber crime leads to reliance on cybersecurity Losses from cyber crime doubles in a year
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OVERVIEW Cyber Security Key Components, Threats, Cyber Criminals Risk Manageme nt Process, Regulation Security Best- Practices Recommendations Incident Response Evidence Collection, Law Enforcement Role Law Local, State, Federal, International CSO Responsibility
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CYBER SECURITY Cyber security, also referred to as information technology security, focuses on protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction The main difference between Cyber-security and Information Assurance is that cyber- security focuses primarily on defense from threats to data and infrastructure. CYBER SECURITY AND SOME OF ITS KEY COMPONENTS
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CYBER SECURITY CONT’D THREATS TO OUR DATA AND THEIR ROOT CAUSES Most organizations and researchers agree that there are three types of cyber threat actors: hacktivists, cyber-criminals, and cyber-spies. Main goal - Access Social Engineering Configuration Weaknesses Brute Force Design Flaws Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)
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CYBER SECURITY CONT’D ARE CYBER CRIMINALS A REAL DANGER? From Target to JPMorgan Chase to Sony Pictures, cyber attacks are becoming more common. US government along with private organizations spend hundreds of billions of dollars each combating cyber attacks. In 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.
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RISK MANAGEMENT If a critical asset is undervalued, or a threat/vulnerability is not seen/understood, then the likelihood of losing that asset increases exponentially. Our Information Security and Risk Management regime will regulate all users and equipment that are susceptible to cyber-attack.
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