Project 4 Security Analysis Findings and Recommendations;Overview;For the first project, you researched the impact of legislation on your selected organization's information security program. For the second project, you researched information security standards used by your selected organization. For the third project, you created a sample cybersecurity profile addressing the security posture of your selected organization. This final project incorporates the results from the first three projects into a final security analysis. For this final project, you will create an executive summary presentation describing your selected organization's security posture and your recommendations for improvement. You will also write a memorandum outlining your findings and your recommendations. Think of this assignment in terms of your own job. Apply the same standards and professionalism you would use for your superiors.;Learning Objectives;After completing this project, students will be able to;1. create an executive-level presentation;2. write an executive-level memorandum;3. combine seven weeks of learning material into a final product;Media;Students will use the Internet, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Word. Students will utilize their first three projects and all learning material from the past seven weeks.;Deliverables;There are two deliverables for this project. Submit your presentation and memorandum to the appropriate assignment area by the due date.;1. Your final presentation should be 15?20 pages. Your executive summary presentation, at a minimum, should;a. cover the impact of legislation on your organization (3?4 slides);b. describe the information security standards applicable to your organization (3?4 slides);c. summarize the key elements of your organization's cybersecurity profile (findings/recommendations) (3?4 slides);You should also have a cover slide, an Agenda slide, a Summary/Conclusion slide(s), and a References slide (using proper APA guidelines). Use the Notes pages to complete the slides. Your presentation and Notes pages should stand alone so that you do not have to "present" the slides for the reader to understand your intent.;2. Your executive summary memorandum should be at least two full pages, double spaced, 1-inch margins, in New Times Roman 12-pitch font. Memorandums not meeting the full two-page minimum will lose points. Your memorandum should, at a minimum, include a summary of the three major areas of your executive presentation (see above).
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