Apply NOS and Application Security Mitigations

Write 2–3 pages that describe security mitigations specific to wired and wireless networks as they pertain to the business in the case study.

    • Explain the ways in which management of software versions and patch levels can influence the overall risk profile for an organization.
    • Describe the tools that are available to assess the security profile of a wireless network.
    • Explain the security implications of the integration points between wireless and wired networks.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

    Part 1
    • Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
    • APA formatting: Use current APA style and formatting guidelines.
    • Length: 4–6 pages, excluding the references page.
    • Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
    Criteria Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
    Explain the ways in which management of software versions and patch levels can influence the overall risk profile for an organization.
    Does not explain the ways in which management of software versions and patch levels can influence the overall risk profile for an organization. Explains incompletely or inaccurately the ways in which management of software versions and patch levels can influence the overall risk profile for an organization. Explains the ways in which management of software versions and patch levels can influence the overall risk profile for an organization. Explains the ways in which management of software versions and patch levels can influence the overall risk profile for an organization, including the use of supporting examples.
    Describe the tools available to assess the security profile of a wireless network.
    Does not describe the tools that are available to assess the security profile of a wireless network. Describes incompletely or inaccurately the tools that are available to assess the security profile of a wireless network. Describes the tools that are available to assess the security profile of a wireless network. Describes the tools that are available to assess the security profile of a wireless network, including the use of supporting examples.
    Explain the security implications of the integration points between wireless and wired networks.
    Does not explain the security implications of the integration points between wireless and wired networks Explains incompletely or inaccurately the security implications of the integration points between wireless and wired networks Explain the security implications of the integration points between wireless and wired networks. Explains the security implications of the integration points between wireless and wired networks, including the use of supporting examples.
    Install, securely configure, and operate a commodity OS.
    Does not install, securely configure, and operate a commodity OS. Installs, securely configures, or operates a commodity OS incompletely or inaccurately. Installs, securely configures, and operates a commodity OS. Installs, securely configures, and operates a commodity OS, including explanations for how choices secure information assets.
    Analyze access controls and access control lists.
    Does not analyze access controls and access control lists. Analyzes incompletely or inaccurately the access controls and access control lists. Analyzes access controls and access control lists. Analyzes access controls and access control lists, including the use of supporting examples.
    Use tools that support data security in the cloud.
    Does not use tools that support data security in the cloud. Uses, incompletely or inaccurately tools, that support data security in the cloud. Uses tools that support data security in the cloud. Uses tools that support data security in the cloud, including explanation for how choices secure assets.
    Apply mitigations that support operating system security.
    Does not apply mitigations that support operating system security. Applies, incompletely or inaccurately, mitigations that support operating system security. Applies mitigations that support operating system security. Applies mitigations that support operating system security, including explanation for how choices secure assets.