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Information    Security

Assignment    1    –    Information    Security    Mapping    Case    Study
Semester    2,    2015

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Information Security Assignment 1
09.00 AM (GMT+8) Monday 24th August 2015
20% of the final mark for the unit
Maximum of 2000 words on 3 pages (A3 page format) or 8 pages (A4 page
format) (excluding cover page and references)

Purpose    of    this    assignment:
The purpose of this assignment is to support the following unit Learning Outcomes (LO) for
this unit:
LO 1: Identify the importance of information to organisations and society in general;
LO 2: Describe and apply concepts, principles and techniques relating to the security of
information; and
LO 5: Demonstrate an understanding of the advantages, disadvantages, threats, and
vulnerabilities associated with various IT environments.

Background:

Jonah is the Director of InnoSensors based in Perth, Western Australia. InnoSensors is an
inventive company developing and selling home health monitoring devices for the elderly.
All supplies are through medical services and not direct to the public. InnoSensors currently
has 70% of the market in WA, with the remaining 25% from another new company, and 5%
from those developing mobile apps for smartphones. Jonah spends half of his day on the road
in the Perth metro area visiting medical specialists, hospitals, and allied health providers who
may wish to purchase and integrate these devices with clinical care they provide to their
patients. Consequently, Jonah carries a laptop, smart phone and iPad with him everywhere he
goes. The laptop encompasses an Intel i5 CPU, 4GB RAM, and is running Windows 8
Professional with the last Windows update applied towards the end of October, 2014. When
in the office Jonah connects his laptop to the company network.
Jonah predominantly uses Microsoft Office Professional 2013 for all his business needs.
Microsoft Access and Microsoft Excel contain the information for all clients within Western
Australia, as well as client confidential business and financial information. Jonah is not well
informed about information security although he uses computing technology to support his
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job. As a result Jonah does not use third party firewalls, anti-virus software, encryption, or
authentication mechanisms.
While on the road, Jonah occasionally leaves his laptop in the car. He also frequently visits
Internet cafes for lunch where he utilises the Internet for up to an hour each day. The
confidentiality of information is important as any disclosure could cause significant
embarrassment to him and the company, as well as impact client privacy and confidence.
Also, Jonah must provide correct, factual information to all clients hence ensuring the
integrity of information is vital. Lastly, should any information not be available when needed,
this may result in clients taking their business to the new to market competitor.

Task:

Utilising the background information, draw a concept map or annotated attack tree which
represents the context of Jonah’s work environment and also demonstrates:
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the links between the aims of security (CIA) and the data used by Jonah;
the associated attacks which could breach each of these aims;
the likelihood (risk) that the attack poses;
the impact each attack may have;
the resultant countermeasures which could be applied;
the relative cost of each countermeasure; and
the mitigation effect of the countermeasure.

All of the attacks that you present must be feasible, capable of being undertaken by one
person, and require limited financial support. An in-text reference supporting the attack and
countermeasure should be included within each of the concepts.
NOTE: You are not writing an essay on each attack and countermeasure, only a brief
(referenced) description. Your work should be focussed on a diagrammatic representation,
and be as creative (or not) as you wish. The choice of how you present the assignment is up
to you as long as it meets the assignment requirements.

Report    Requirements:

Must Contain

Cover/Title Page
This must contain the unit code and title, assignment title, your name and
student number, due date and the title of your topic.
Table of Contents
This must accurately reflect the content of your report and must be
generated automatically in Microsoft Word with page numbers.
Introduction
Introduce the report, define its scope and state any assumptions. Use intext references where appropriate.
Main content
Address the task as above. The diagram and associated text must
demonstrate recent research and application to the context provided. You
should calculate the risks associated with the technology. The diagram and
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text must be logically structured and you are required to include
appropriate referencing (in-text and end-text references) to support your
argument throughout the entire report. All attacks, countermeasures, ideas,
and recommendations should be backed up with references. References
should predominantly include books, journal articles, and conference
papers as these have been peer reviewed prior to publication.
References
A list of end-text references formatted according to the ECU requirements
using the APA format. It is recommended that Endnote is used to manage
references. Your references should ideally comprise of books, journal
articles, and conference papers.
Format
This report should be no more than 2,000 words (excluding references and
diagrams) and labelled as <CSI2102_your studentid_your
studentlastname_studentfirstname>.docx and should be in a single file.
Your assignments must be word-processed and the diagrams be
developed using graphics software (most word-processors provide this
facility). The text must be no smaller than 12pt and font Times New
Roman

Late submission:
Edith Cowan University penalties (ECU Admission, Enrolment and Academic Progress, Rule
39, subrule 5) for late submission may be applied. (5) Subject to subrule (6), an assignment
submitted after the fixed or extended time for submission shall incur a penalty to be
calculated as follows: (a) where the assignment is submitted not more than one week late, the
penalty shall, for each working day that it is late, be 5% of the maximum assessment
available for the assignment; or (b) where the assignment is submitted more than one week
late, a mark of zero shall be awarded.

Academic Misconduct (Including Plagiarism):
Edith Cowan University regards academic misconduct of any form as unacceptable.
Academic misconduct, which includes but is not limited to, plagiarism; unauthorised
collaboration; cheating in examinations; theft of others students work; collusion; inadequate
and incorrect referencing; will be dealt with in accordance with the ECU Rule 40 Academic
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Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology                                Volume 4, 2007
Framing the Corporate Security Problem:
The Ecology of Security
Robert Joseph Skovira
Robert Morris University, Moon Twp, PA, USA

Abstract
Security and information systems are intertwined.
The costs of secure systems are in the billions
of dollars. In the digital world, security vulner
abilities and threats work c
ontrary to the security
goals of confidentiality, integrity
, and availability of informati
on systems. The essay describes a
view of organizations and their policies, networ
k systems, operating systems, software applica-
tions, information, and people joined interactivel
y and dependently in an environment. The paper
presents an ecological conception of security.
Keywords
: Security, Information security, Secure pr
ogramming, Secure computing, Ecology
Introduction
Security and information systems are intertwined.
The complex interacti
ons and interconnections
among people, software applications, networks,
operating systems, and organizational policies
create myriads of exploitable points. Daily newspa
pers present accounts of intrusions, stolen lap-
tops, and other security breakdowns. The global im
plications of a security meltdown of apocalyp-
tic proportions has been the guise of a novel (Bro
wn, 1998). Intrusions and attempts at intruding
are happening continuously at every moment of
an information system’s life. According to
Con-
sumer Reports
(2006), in any given 24 hour period th
ere are approximately 60 million intrusion
attempts. The estimated cost of security defenses
in the face of attacks is approximately $7.8 bil-
lion for 2004-2006; the costs of spamming and viruses are approximately $5.2 billion; the costs of
spyware intrusions are approximately $2.6 b
illion. Phishing intrusions
amount approximately
$630 million (
Consumer Reports
, 2006). There are other estimates (Bodin, Gordon & Loeb,
2005; Kros, Foltz & Metcalf, 2004-2005). What the co
st is now or will be in a year’s time is any-
one’s guess. In the Information Age, where in
terconnectivity and information access and avail-
ability are paramount, malware and malicious expl
oitation of information system vulnerabilities
have become epidemic (Seshadri, Luk, Perri
g, Van Doorn, & Khosla, 2006; Whitman, 2003).
Security and security awareness are necessary elements of a secure environment, even as people
have access to required information and inform
ation resources. “Information security involves
making information accessible to those
who need the information, while main-
taining integrity and confidentiality”
(Carstens, McCauley-Bell, Malone, &
DeMara, 2004, p. 68).
Security Vulnerabilities
In the digital world, where an individ-
ual’s desk top computer is networked
not only within the organization but also
to the world via the WWW, it is safe to
Material published as part of this
publication, eith
er on-line or
in print, is copyrighted by the Informing Science Institute.
Permission to make digital or pape
r copy of part or all of these
works for personal or classroom use is granted without fee
provided that the copies are not made or distributed for profit
or commercial advantage AND that
copies 1) bear this notice
in full and 2) give the full citation on the first page. It is per-
missible to abstract these works so
long as credit is given. To
copy in all other cases or to re
publish or to post on a server or
to redistribute to lists requires specific permission and payment
of a fee. Contact Publisher@In
formingScience.org to request
redistribution permission.
Framing the Corporate Security Problem
46
say that everything: the computer and its opera
ting system, the network and web site, the infor-
mation on it or in corporate databases, the soft
ware used to conduct business and query the data-
bases, and the person, is vulnerable and subject to
some kind of malicious attack. “A vulnerability
is a weakness…that might be exploited to
cause loss or harm” (Pfleeger, 1997, p. 3).
Hardware is vulnerable to interruptions (also
called “denial of service”) and interceptions (by
stealing) (Pfleeger, 1997; Graff & van Wyk, 2003). The accessibility and visibility of computers
(laptops are stolen), printers, even cables, and
equipment (hard drives are recycled) of all kinds
make them vulnerable to security breakdowns (Pfleeger, 1997; Whitman, 2003; Volonino & Rob-
inson, 2004).
Software is open to interruptive (b
eing deleted) threats. Software, at
least in part, and its function-
ality can be captured and used without appropria
te permissions. Software
can be changed in un-
permitted ways by unauthorized pe
rsons (Pfleeger, 1997; Whitman, 2003).
Information can be subject to unauthorized capture
and use. Use of information can be disrupted.
Unauthorized access to an information system ca
n lead to information being inappropriately
changed, even made up, or a
ppropriated contrary to privacy laws (Pfleeger, 1997; Whitman,
2003; Volonino & Robinson, 2004).
People are especially prime points of exploita
tion for unpermitted access to and use of informa-
tion and its system. People become opened gates fo
r incursions into applications, operating sys-
tems, and networks (Carstens et al., 2004; Ba
iles & Templeton, 2006; Campbell, 2006). Informa-
tion systems become vulnerable when key person
nel are unavailable and are not reliable. This
happens in many possible ways, but the chief
manner is framed by and works through people’s
mental models of trust. There is also a problem
with usability designs of systems. For the user,
security ought to be transparent. People will try
to bypass system security whenever confronted
with an accessibility choice allowed by an easy
security routine as opposed to a difficult security
check (Pfleeger, 1997; Howard, LeBlanc, & Viega, 2005; Mercuri, 2006).
Security Threats
Information systems and their components are threatened in at least four different ways. An in-
formation system suffers an “interruption” wh
en a breakdown of functionality and use happens
because of an unauthorized intrusion into the
information system (Pfleeger, 1997; Volonino &
Robinson, 2004). An “interception” occurs as the
“hijacking” or “piracy” of an information sys-
tem or one of its components in order to gain una
uthorized rights to and use of available software
applications or stored information (Pfleeger, 1997; Volonino & Robinson, 2004). A “modifica-
tion” is the changing of informational content or
software code without the correct permissions as
a consequence of intrusions (Pfleeger, 1997; Sc
hneier, 2000). A “fabrication” is the unpermitted
change of software code or stored informati
on as a result of an exploitative intrusion. The
changes may be additive or subtractive
(Pfleeger, 1997; Volonino & Robinson, 2004).
Security Goals
There are three goals which security plans and pr
actices attempt to meet: confidentiality in the
system, the system’s integrity, and the system’s
continual ability to make information and other
system resources available to users. Users ought to
be confident about the proper use of the in-
formation system. This means that only the prope
r personnel are allowed to use the information
system and its resources in the proper manner, namely information system access with permission
(Hartman, Flinn, Beznosov, & Kawamoto, 2003). “C
onfidentiality” refers to the availability of
system resources only to people permitted to access
them. Having permission to use an informa-
tion system’s resources means that the user must
be authenticated—checked
to see if the user is
“legal”–in order to be authorized to use the syst
em. Only authorized persons have permissions to

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Information Security

Give a summary of the article this Article below;

Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology                                Volume 4, 2007
Framing the Corporate Security Problem:
The Ecology of Security
Robert Joseph Skovira
Robert Morris University, Moon Twp, PA, USA

Abstract
Security and information systems are intertwined.
The costs of secure systems are in the billions
of dollars. In the digital world, security vulner
abilities and threats work c
ontrary to the security
goals of confidentiality, integrity
, and availability of informati
on systems. The essay describes a
view of organizations and their policies, networ
k systems, operating systems, software applica-
tions, information, and people joined interactivel
y and dependently in an environment. The paper
presents an ecological conception of security.
Keywords
: Security, Information security, Secure pr
ogramming, Secure computing, Ecology
Introduction
Security and information systems are intertwined.
The complex interacti
ons and interconnections
among people, software applications, networks,
operating systems, and organizational policies
create myriads of exploitable points. Daily newspa
pers present accounts of intrusions, stolen lap-
tops, and other security breakdowns. The global im
plications of a security meltdown of apocalyp-
tic proportions has been the guise of a novel (Bro
wn, 1998). Intrusions and attempts at intruding
are happening continuously at every moment of
an information system’s life. According to
Con-
sumer Reports
(2006), in any given 24 hour period th
ere are approximately 60 million intrusion
attempts. The estimated cost of security defenses
in the face of attacks is approximately $7.8 bil-
lion for 2004-2006; the costs of spamming and viruses are approximately $5.2 billion; the costs of
spyware intrusions are approximately $2.6 b
illion. Phishing intrusions
amount approximately
$630 million (
Consumer Reports
, 2006). There are other estimates (Bodin, Gordon & Loeb,
2005; Kros, Foltz & Metcalf, 2004-2005). What the co
st is now or will be in a year’s time is any-
one’s guess. In the Information Age, where in
terconnectivity and information access and avail-
ability are paramount, malware and malicious expl
oitation of information system vulnerabilities
have become epidemic (Seshadri, Luk, Perri
g, Van Doorn, & Khosla, 2006; Whitman, 2003).
Security and security awareness are necessary elements of a secure environment, even as people
have access to required information and inform
ation resources. “Information security involves
making information accessible to those
who need the information, while main-
taining integrity and confidentiality”
(Carstens, McCauley-Bell, Malone, &
DeMara, 2004, p. 68).
Security Vulnerabilities
In the digital world, where an individ-
ual’s desk top computer is networked
not only within the organization but also
to the world via the WWW, it is safe to
Material published as part of this
publication, eith
er on-line or
in print, is copyrighted by the Informing Science Institute.
Permission to make digital or pape
r copy of part or all of these
works for personal or classroom use is granted without fee
provided that the copies are not made or distributed for profit
or commercial advantage AND that
copies 1) bear this notice
in full and 2) give the full citation on the first page. It is per-
missible to abstract these works so
long as credit is given. To
copy in all other cases or to re
publish or to post on a server or
to redistribute to lists requires specific permission and payment
of a fee. Contact Publisher@In
formingScience.org to request
redistribution permission.
Framing the Corporate Security Problem
46
say that everything: the computer and its opera
ting system, the network and web site, the infor-
mation on it or in corporate databases, the soft
ware used to conduct business and query the data-
bases, and the person, is vulnerable and subject to
some kind of malicious attack. “A vulnerability
is a weakness…that might be exploited to
cause loss or harm” (Pfleeger, 1997, p. 3).
Hardware is vulnerable to interruptions (also
called “denial of service”) and interceptions (by
stealing) (Pfleeger, 1997; Graff & van Wyk, 2003). The accessibility and visibility of computers
(laptops are stolen), printers, even cables, and
equipment (hard drives are recycled) of all kinds
make them vulnerable to security breakdowns (Pfleeger, 1997; Whitman, 2003; Volonino & Rob-
inson, 2004).
Software is open to interruptive (b
eing deleted) threats. Software, at
least in part, and its function-
ality can be captured and used without appropria
te permissions. Software
can be changed in un-
permitted ways by unauthorized pe
rsons (Pfleeger, 1997; Whitman, 2003).
Information can be subject to unauthorized capture
and use. Use of information can be disrupted.
Unauthorized access to an information system ca
n lead to information being inappropriately
changed, even made up, or a
ppropriated contrary to privacy laws (Pfleeger, 1997; Whitman,
2003; Volonino & Robinson, 2004).
People are especially prime points of exploita
tion for unpermitted access to and use of informa-
tion and its system. People become opened gates fo
r incursions into applications, operating sys-
tems, and networks (Carstens et al., 2004; Ba
iles & Templeton, 2006; Campbell, 2006). Informa-
tion systems become vulnerable when key person
nel are unavailable and are not reliable. This
happens in many possible ways, but the chief
manner is framed by and works through people’s
mental models of trust. There is also a problem
with usability designs of systems. For the user,
security ought to be transparent. People will try
to bypass system security whenever confronted
with an accessibility choice allowed by an easy
security routine as opposed to a difficult security
check (Pfleeger, 1997; Howard, LeBlanc, & Viega, 2005; Mercuri, 2006).
Security Threats
Information systems and their components are threatened in at least four different ways. An in-
formation system suffers an “interruption” wh
en a breakdown of functionality and use happens
because of an unauthorized intrusion into the
information system (Pfleeger, 1997; Volonino &
Robinson, 2004). An “interception” occurs as the
“hijacking” or “piracy” of an information sys-
tem or one of its components in order to gain una
uthorized rights to and use of available software
applications or stored information (Pfleeger, 1997; Volonino & Robinson, 2004). A “modifica-
tion” is the changing of informational content or
software code without the correct permissions as
a consequence of intrusions (Pfleeger, 1997; Sc
hneier, 2000). A “fabrication” is the unpermitted
change of software code or stored informati
on as a result of an exploitative intrusion. The
changes may be additive or subtractive
(Pfleeger, 1997; Volonino & Robinson, 2004).
Security Goals
There are three goals which security plans and pr
actices attempt to meet: confidentiality in the
system, the system’s integrity, and the system’s
continual ability to make information and other
system resources available to users. Users ought to
be confident about the proper use of the in-
formation system. This means that only the prope
r personnel are allowed to use the information
system and its resources in the proper manner, namely information system access with permission
(Hartman, Flinn, Beznosov, & Kawamoto, 2003). “C
onfidentiality” refers to the availability of
system resources only to people permitted to access
them. Having permission to use an informa-
tion system’s resources means that the user must
be authenticated—checked
to see if the user is
“legal”–in order to be authorized to use the syst
em. Only authorized persons have permissions to

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  2. Free Revisions

    We keep the quality bar of all papers high. But in case you need some extra brilliance to the paper, here’s what to do. First of all, you can choose a top writer. It means that we will assign an expert with a degree in your subject. And secondly, you can rely on our editing services. Our editors will revise your papers, checking whether or not they comply with high standards of academic writing. In addition, editing entails adjusting content if it’s off the topic, adding more sources, refining the language style, and making sure the referencing style is followed.
  3. Confidentiality / 100% No Disclosure

    We make sure that clients’ personal data remains confidential and is not exploited for any purposes beyond those related to our services. We only ask you to provide us with the information that is required to produce the paper according to your writing needs. Please note that the payment info is protected as well. Feel free to refer to the support team for more information about our payment methods. The fact that you used our service is kept secret due to the advanced security standards. So, you can be sure that no one will find out that you got a paper from our writing service.
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