it risk management

Consider the following Case study:
http://www.enisa.europa.eu/activities/risk-management/evolving-threat-environment/enisa-threat-landscape/enisa-threat-landscape-2014

And answer the following Questions: (2 marks each)

1) Provide a brief overview of the case study
2) Prepare a diagram for the ENISA security infrastructure
3) Identify strategies for combatting Insider Threats
4) Out of the ‘’Top threats’’ which threat you regard to be the most significant and why?
5) Identify and discuss the key Threat Agents. What could be done to minimize their impact on the system?
6) Provide a brief summary (literature review) of Social Hacking issues
7) Based on the data provided in Table 2, discuss the trends in threat probability
8) How could the ETL process be improved? Discuss.
9) Based on Table 10 and your own research, identify and discuss threats that (in your opinion) will be most challenging for ENISA to combat in the year 2016 onwards.
10) To sum up, should ENISA be satisfied with its current state of IT Security? Why? Or Why not?

Rationale

To demonstrate your understanding of:

• the principles of security risk management; and
• the application of risk management principles to real-world examples.

Marking criteria

Criteria HD DI CR PS FL
Question 1 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 2 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 3 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 4 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 5 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 6 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 7 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 8 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 9 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.
Question 10 – Correctness, explanation, figures, grammar Answer is correct, and complete. Comprehensive explanation is provided with appropriate example. Figures (if appropriate) were used and. Appropriate reference style is used. No grammatical or spelling mistake. Answer is correct and a detailed explanation is provided. References are used. No/only a few grammatical or spelling mistakes. The answer is correct, but the explanation is not complete. Very few references are used and not formatted appropriately. The answer is correct but not complete and only adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The answer is not fully correct and not complete and not adequate explanation is provided. No references are used. There are many grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.

Presentation

  • Assignments are required to be submitted in either Word format (.doc, or .docx), Open Office format (.odf), Rich Text File format (.rtf) or .pdf format. Each assignment must be submitted as a single document.
  • Assignments should be typed using 10 or 12 point font. APA referencing style should be used. A reference list should be included with each assessment item.
  • All diagrams that are required should be inserted into the document in the appropriate position. Diagrams that are submitted in addition to the assignment document will not be marked.