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Scope in Project Management

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Scope in Project Management

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Date Created: 02/10/15
Information Security IS Information Security aims at protecting the availability integrity and confidentiality of data from unauthorized access Enghe recent security breach of data in Sony Home Depot Domains in IS There are ten domains in IS 1 2 3 Information Security Governance and Risk Management Access Control Security Architecture and Design Physical and Environmental Security Telecommunications and Network Security Cryptography Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning Legal Regulations Investigations and Compliance Fundamental Principles of Security The three core goals of security are Availability gives authorized users reliable and timely information and data Redundant data and power lines backups of software and data Colocation and offsite facilities Rollback functions Integrity maintained When a guarantee of reliable and accurate information is provided and any unauthorized changes are preventedHashing data integrity Configuration management system integrity Change control process integrity Con dentiality Prevents unauthorized disclosure and ensures that information is not shared With othersEncryption for data at rest Whole disk database encryption Access control physical and technical Key Terms in Security Vulnerability Lack of countermeasure or weakness It can be hardware software or human weakness that can be exploited Threat Any potential danger associated with the exploitation of a vulnerability Threat Agent An entity that takes advantage of a vulnerability Risk The likelihood of a threat agent exploiting a vulnerability and the associated impact Exposure An instance where vulnerability exposes the organization to threat Control To reduce the potential risk Control Safeguard and Countermeasure are mechanisms for reducing risks and are interchangeable terms Information Security Management Management should understand the Vision objectives and the business goals of the organizations and should establish the ongoing process of Determining the needs of information security needs and assessing the risks 39 implementing the information security infrastructure to include policies and controls to address risks 39 monitoring and evaluating information security systems and practices 39 promoting and ensuring organizational awareness Top down approach is recommended in Information Security Information Security Governance A systematic system of integrated processes that help to ensure consistent oversight accountability and compliance Creates a framework and supports the processes and management structure to ensure that security strategies 39 align With the business objectives adhere to policies standards and internal controls provide assignment of authority and responsibility Information Security Infrastructure The information security infrastructure is an array of controls and procedures that are Designed to ensure security 39 applicable to all levels of the organization Modi ed to speci cs of the tasks to be performed 39 the 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Redundancy hardware software environmental data Faulttolerant Systems Contingency Backup facilities hardware software data Integrity Hashing Check Sums Con guration and Change Control Management Con dentiality Encryption A mess Cnntrnl s Control Types The information security system infrastructure is made up of information security controls 39 Administrative Soft controls Management oriented Eg Risk management personnel security and training 39 Technical Logical controls Hardware and software components Eg Firewalls IDS encryption identification authentication mechanisms Control Functionalities Deterrent To discourage a potential attacker Preventive To avoid an incident from occurring Corrective Fixes components or systems after an incident has occurred Recovery To bring the environment back to regular operations Detective Helps to identify an incident s activities and potentially an intruder Compensating Controls that provide an alternative measure of control PolicygtStrategygtPlansgtActions Security Framework A security program is a framework made up of many entities like administrative logical and physical protection mechanisms procedures business processes and people that all work together to provide a protection level for an environment ISOIEC 27000 series International standards on how to develop and maintain an ISMS developed by ISO International Organization for Standardizationand IEC International Electrotechnical Commission ISO follows the Plan Do Check Act PDCA cycle which is an iterative process commonly used in business process quality control programs Plan Establishing objectives and making plans Do Implementation of the plans Check Measuring results to understand if objectives are met Act Direction on how to correct and improve plans to better achieve success Enterprise Architecture Development Framework An enterprise architecture addresses the structure of an organization Zachman framework Development of enterprise architectures developed by John Zachman TOGAF Model and methodology Development of enterprise architectures developed by The Open Group DoDAF US Department of Defense architecture framework that ensures interoperability of systems to meet military mission goals MODAF Architecture framework Military support missions developed by the British Ministry of Defence Security Enterprise Architecture Development SAB SA Model development of information security enterprise architectures Security Controls Development CobiT Set of control objectives for IT management developed by Information Systems Audit and Control Association ISACA and the IT Governance Institute ITGI SP 80053 Set of controls to protect US federal systems developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST Corporate Governance COSO Set of internal corporate controls to help reduce the risk of nancial fraud developed by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations COSO Process Management ITIL Processes to allow for IT service management developed by the United Kingdom s Of ce of Government Commerce SiX Sigma Business management strategy that can be used to carry out process improvement Capability Maturity Model Integration CMMI Organizational development for process improvement developed by Carnegie Mellon Risk Management The foundation of having an efficient information security is the ability to anticipate and manage risks Risk management can be de ned as an ongoing process of identifying risks and implementing plans to address them Alberts and Dorofee Risk Assessment Risk Assessment is a method of identifying vulnerabilities and threats and assessing the possible impacts to determine Where to implement security controls A risk assessment is carried out and the results are analyzed CI The prerequisite for managing risks effectively Risk management is knowing Where they lie Risk Assessment Risk Analysis Risk analysis is used to ensure that security is costeffective relevant timely and responsive to threats The main goals of risk analysis identify assets and assign values to them identify vulnerabilities and threats quantify the impact of potential threats provide an economic balance between the impact of the risk and the cost of the safeguards Risk Assessment Methodologies NIST National Institute of standards and Technology AUS federal standard that is focused on IT risks FRAP Facilitated Risk Analysis process A focused qualitative approach that carries out prescreening to save time and money OCTAVE Operationally Critical Threat Asset and Vulnerability Evaluation Teamoriented approach that assesses organizational and IT risks through facilitated workshops Types of Risks Risk can be transferred avoided reduced or accepted Types of Risks Total Risk Full risk amount before a control is put into place Threats gtlt vulnerability gtlt asset value Residual Risk Risk that remains after implementing a control Threats gtlt vulnerability gtlt asset value gtlt controls gap Also Residual 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