What is an organization security policy?
Your company will hold a National Convention of all of the executive staff members from all 15 locations of the company in the U.S. next week. The CIO has chosen the topic, IT Security Awareness and has chosen you to create and deliver the presentation with an Executive Summary at one of the Executive Round Table Meetings at the convention. Additionally, the CIO has stressed you use creativity to make the presentation as interesting as possible.Create a 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Include the following:All of the following topics (you may change the order of the topics):Information is a valuable asset to a companyRisk Management is necessary to reduce lossesIdentifying vulnerabilities is a valuable first stepWhat is an organization security policy?Who are regulatory organizations?List at least 3Social networkingThree potential risksThree potential threatsIs the SDLC involved with reducing threats? How?Why is the Cloud so feared?Is hacking an ethical issue?Four methods for securing information assetsKey elements if an IT Security PolicyHow does encryption work? Why is it considered a premier tool in IT Security?Five different jobs that deals with IT SecurityThree certifications that are very good to haveAuditing is a tool in preventing risksDefine information assurance and securityEmployee awareness is necessary for success. Why?Describe and explain the key elements of recovering from lost assetsWhat are Internet connected systems? Describe five examplesTwo jobs in IT Security that will grow quickly this yearDo not use research quotes or acronyms. You must use your own words.Videos, audio, photos, diagrams, or graphs as appropriateSubstantial speaker notes to elaborate on the key points of your planAudio narration within your presentationAPA Formatting as neededCreate a 1-page Microsoft® Word Executive Summary on this presentation. Include the following:Goals and objectives of the presentation in summary formAdequate references to support your findings, information, and opinionsAPA Formatting