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1. Final Project: The Security Plan Create a 1,400- to 1,750-word comprehensive security plan for the target environment you submitted in Week Five. In your plan, include the following items: o The floor plan of the target environment o A list of threats o A risk assessment for each threat o Current vulnerability gaps o Countermeasures that take each of the following components of the overall security objective into account:
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Unformatted text preview: • Physical security • Information security • Personnel security • Liability issues • Departmental dependencies o Emergency plan and disaster response for the following: • Bomb threat • Fire o A summary justifying each of your choices as well as the overall design • Reference the text and at least two other sources . • Post as an attachment in the Assignments Tab. 1 | P a g e...
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