For each scenario below imagine that you are in

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For each scenario below, imagine that you are in charge of security. Apply the security mindset to answer these questions: What assets are important for you to protect? What security threats will you choose to defend against? What countermeasures can you justify, in terms of costs and benefits? Answer each of the above in the form of a bulleted list, with brief justifications or explanations as necessary. Your explanations for each part should be approximately a paragraph in length. The overall response should be no less than three pages and no more than 6 pages. State any critical assumptions you decide to make. Your grade will be based on the thoroughness, realism, and thoughtfulness of your analysis.
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2 1–2. Pick two of the following scenarios. (If you submit responses for more than two, you’ll receive the two lowest scores.) (a) As head of the TSA, you set the rules for screening passengers at airport checkpoints.
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