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Im responsible for writing on countermeasures. Teams working .docx

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I'm responsible for writing on countermeasures. Teams working on the hospital references. Write on COUNTERMEASURES only. Team Assignment Rules: 1) Team Assignment is required for every student as an important component of graduate education. 2) Team memberships are assigned by the instructor objectively according to the alphabetical order of student last names with no exceptions. 3) Instruction will not entertain personal preferences from students in assigning team membership. 4) Each team size can be 5, 6, or 7 in this order of preference. The instructor will use size 7 only in extenuating circumstances. Initial team size difference between any two
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teams should be no more than 1. 5) Each team shall select a team leader to coordinate the progress and outline the milestones within two weeks after receiving the Team Assignment. 6) Individual grade on the team assignment may vary based on student peer reviews and instructor evaluation of actual individual participation and contribution. Team Assignment: Objectives: (1) Assess the primary cyber threats and vulnerabilities associated with an organization’s mission-critical information systems and corrective measures. (2) Increase hands-on skills and defense strategies by attacking a web application to steal "sensitive" data.
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Competencies: Teambuilding skills, systems thinking, developing strategic recommendations for organizations based on holistic interdisciplinary cybersecurity principles. Instructions: (1) Review the entire interactive case study for Jacket-X Corporation ( both parts ) presented in the Course Content area of the classroom (Click the “Case Studies” link).
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  • Fall '16
  • Christopher L. Litten, MA, Ph.D.

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