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CMGT 430 Week 4 Learning Team
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An enterprise security plan is more than
just a list of vulnerabilities and risks. It
must present them in a meaningful way
along with suggestions for specific steps
to mitigate each of the most important
vulnerabilities or risk pairs it finds. Your
task this week is to produce the basics of
that full presentation.
Compile a full draft of the final Enterprise
Security Plan document. This will not be
complete, but will have at least a short
paragraph about each major section of the
paper, including the suggested controls.
Use the introduction and conclusion as an
executive summary of the entire paper’s
Research at least eight sources that
validate the choices made in the paper.
This must go beyond basic definitions.
The sources can be changed in the final
week, if needed.
Format your paper consistent with APA
Create a Microsoft® PowerPoint®
presentation on the findings in the
Enterprise Security Plan to present to
senior management at your chosen
organization. Keep the slides uncluttered
Include well-formatted speaker notes for
Finalize your presentation for the
Enterprise Security Plan. The
presentation should target senior
leadership at the organization and should
effectively cover the material in the paper.
No specific number of slides is
required. Your presentation should have a
consistent look and feel, use text that
works well with the background, and
should present the material in an effective
format. Your slides should not be overly
crowded, pushing detailed information to
the speaker notes area where possible.
The speaker notes should be
sufficient enough to allow someone to
read them and give the entire
presentation. They should be wellformatted and easy to read, not just a
single paragraph of text.
Submit the PPT presentation only.
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