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Instructions The goal of this paper for you to write your opinion on Homeland Se

Instructions The goal of this paper for you to write your opinion on Homeland Security Legal and Ethical Issues without using first or second person. In this paper, you get the opportunity to write your point of view on the … Continue reading

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: Information Security and the National Infrastructure Overview Read the Infosec

: Information Security and the National Infrastructure Overview Read the Infosecurity Magazine article, Using Information Security to Protect Critical National Infrastructure: Energy Sector is Hackers’ Biggest Target. Instructions Write a 2  page paper in which you: Explain in your own … Continue reading

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Your final project is based on the concepts that have been presented throughout

Your final project is based on the concepts that have been presented throughout this course and will focus on the critical infrastructure you identified in the Unit IV Topic Selection assignment. In this project, you will develop a threat assessment, … Continue reading

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Review Radvanovsky and McDougall’s (2019) notes on pp. 127–128 of your textbook.

Review Radvanovsky and McDougall’s (2019) notes on pp. 127–128 of your textbook. Consider the many challenges introduced in the chapter regarding the sharing and controlling of critical infrastructure information. After conducting any further research you may need, write a scholarly … Continue reading

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Consider the scenario below. The northwestern United States has experienced a bl

Consider the scenario below. The northwestern United States has experienced a blackout. Washington, Oregon, and Idaho are all without power. Assume your state and jurisdiction is located in either Washington, Oregon, or Idaho. The unusually hot summer for the area … Continue reading

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For this assignment you will write a research paper that reports on a terrorist

For this assignment you will write a research paper that reports on a terrorist event that has happened in U.S. history. Refer to the annotated bibliography that you submitted in Unit III, and review your instructor’s feedback. Review the research … Continue reading

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Part I: Discuss one significant obstacle that stood out to you for the responder

Part I: Discuss one significant obstacle that stood out to you for the responders in one of the events discussed in the required unit resources for this unit (i.e., Hurricane Katrina, BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, or Boston Marathon bombings). … Continue reading

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Think about and describe a time when you served in a leadership role. What did y

Think about and describe a time when you served in a leadership role. What did you do in that role to keep employees engaged in cybersecurity procedures? If you have never been in a leadership role, discuss ways that you … Continue reading

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For this project, you will create a cybersecurity poster to keep employees engag

For this project, you will create a cybersecurity poster to keep employees engaged with and aware of cybersecurity procedures. The poster can be created in Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint. Be creative. Include graphics. Remember that, in order to engage … Continue reading

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Review, study, and report on a domestic or international terrorist event. Pick o

Review, study, and report on a domestic or international terrorist event. Pick one of the following events or an event of your choice. Mumbai World Trade Center Oklahoma City Federal Building bombing. The Aurora, Colorado active shooter incident. Then, address … Continue reading

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