You have been asked in your role as a security professional to support ‘Secure 2020% an online networking event aimed at local SMEs within the security sector.
The 2. day event includes a series of security sector updates. seminars and workshops from industry professionals. You are required to produce a set of materials to include a presentation with accompanying notes, a security awareness booklet, and a security policy activity to support one of these workshops. The topic is IT security risks, policies, and procedures – what you need to know!
101 and LO2 The presentation that you create, should conform to the event guidelines of between 20.25 slides with a group activity and accompanying notes for the delegates. The content should include references to:
-types of security risks and an understanding of organizational security procedures An overview of how IT security risks can be assessed/treated Specific references to the configuration of firewall policies and third-party VPNs in terms of the impact on IT security if these were configured incorrectly
• Use examples to show how network security can be improved by implementing a DMZ. static IP and NAT
• Discussion slides outlining three benefits with Justification as to why network monitoring systems should be implemented Within the presentation, time should be given to allow for a ‘networking opportunity’ that delegates could discuss in the online break-out rooms. The theme for the discussion is ‘physical and virtual security measures that can be employed to ensure the integrity of organizational IT security. Within the presentation provide an evaluation of at least three physical and virtual security measures that could ensure the integrity of organizational security. This will provide the content of the discussion. You will need supporting slide notes to support the evaluative element.
103 and LO4 Each delegate that attends the online seminars and workshops is given a downloadable copy of a ‘security awareness handbook’. This provides information on risk management. standards, organizational security, and the alignment of organizational policy