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Hello I need help putting together a PowerPoint project on Threats & Countermeasures within the security

industry. Below is an attachment that has the project assignment and the three threats with countermeasures that I have chosen to do the project on. I just need help with an outline and addition information if able, that I can easily transfer to PowerPoint.

Hi, First I would like to thank you for your assistance with this project. The three threats I have chosen are: Threat #1. Workplace Violence Threats (not sure if this one is to broad): Screen employees for past violence during a background check, forming a Violence Intervention and Contingency Team, policies and procedures, open communication, education and awareness programs, as well as other countermeasures. Threat #2. Bombs and Bomb Threats: Perimeter barriers, lighting, lock store, equipment, and utility rooms, be observant of suspicious persons or non-authorized individuals on property or within an area, also proper checks of packages and deliveries. Threat #3. Identity Theft Threats: Proper guidelines to handling and/or disposal of personal information, background checks, education and training, control access to personal information, password security measures, regularly change passwords, limit the use of temporary agencies and the use of social security numbers, and encryption where needed. Please read the project assignment below and transition the above threats into what the project is requesting. I am not asking you to set up the PowerPoint presentation but to set these three threats together so that I can transfer them into a presentation. Though if you do decided to put together the whole thing, I will provide an even nicer tip at the completion.
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Project - Week 7 DUE: Mar 20, 2016 11:59 PM Grade Details Grade N/A Gradebook Comments None Assignment Details Open Date Jun 12, 2014 12:09 PM Graded? Yes Points Possible 100.0 Resubmissions Allowed? Yes Remaining Submissions Unlimited Attachments checked for originality? Yes Assignment Instructions Threats & Countermeasures Project Presentation : Identify and explain three “specific” 21st century security threats discussed "anywhere " in our textbook. Secondly , identify and relate countermeasures ( security strategies, tactics, countermeasures, etc.) to prevent and/or mitigate the specific threats. Explain each of your three threats in three separate project sections (one for each threat) . Each threat section of your project must be “ concisely titled with the name of the threat (e.g. Insider Threats; Perimeter Threats; etc.). Following each threat section , a detailed and "titled" “countermeasures” sub - section” must be included. Each countermeasure should be a third level sub- heading . For example, ABC Threat (heading), Countermeasures (sub-heading), and then each specific countermeasure ( third level sub-heading ). Mandatory Project Format (sequence and specific headings ): Slide 1: Title slide (similar to an APA title page - title, name, date, etc., but no running head) Slide 2: Introduction (do not forget to introduce your project)
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STUDENT Threat 3/20/2016 1 Threat #1 Workplace Violence
Threats Workplace violence is some act and also risk of physical aggression,
harassment, pressure, or other
threatening unruly...

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