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Project Two: Incident Analysis 1 Project 2: Incident Analysis Brief Bryson Gipson CYB-200 SNHU
Project Two: Incident Analysis 2 Scenario Analysis As employees of an organization trusted by the United States government, and therefore it’s citizens, it is incumbent upon each of us to uphold the principles of the CIA triad. Confidentiality, availability, and integrity are the unwavering standards according to which all our business should be conducted. Along with the responsibility to uphold these pillars ourselves also comes the responsibility to protect them, especially when we witness them being violated. In this case, witnessing another employee using personal devices to copy internal data, the confidentiality objective is most relevant and heavily violated. Using an unauthorized device to copy proprietary materials completely undermines the security protocols put into place to keep the information we’re privy to confidential. As everyone who works for this company knows, the lack of confidentiality in military information could lead to dire consequences for this company, it’s employees, and most importantly the private citizens this company helps to protect. This cannot be understated. Depending on the information being copied, leaks could result in

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