Recently, a terminated employee used his mobile device to log in to the company network and steal sensitive data. As the manager of the information technology (IT) security department, you were asked by your boss to present a summary of what the organization should do to prevent this from happening again. Create a PowerPoint presentation of your summary. In your PowerPoint presentation, you should include the components listed below.
Explain the goal of information security in relation to mobile devices.
Identify the three sources of threats, provide a summary of each, and provide at least one example of each.
Explain technical safeguards, and discuss which technical safeguard(s) should be used for mobile devices.
Explain data safeguards, and discuss which data safeguard(s) should be used in this type of scenario.
Explain human safeguards, and discuss which human safeguard(s) should be implemented.
Discuss why the organization needs an incident response plan to secure information and knowledge.
Your presentation must be a minimum of six slides in length, not counting the title and reference slides. Be sure that any graphics used are appropriate and support the content of your presentation. You must use at least two references in your presentation, and they should be cited and referenced in APA format. Please cite all sources used.
Review the case study “Elaine’s Challenging Experience” on pages 328–329 in the course textbook. Then, write a two-page paper that addresses the criteria below.
1. Explain the sources of conflict in Elaine’s interaction with customer service and David.
2. Explain the ways you would assess Elaine’s approach to managing the conflict.
3. Identify advice that you would give, as a leader, to Elaine to improve her interactions and conflict management.
Use the information you learned throughout the unit to support your interpretations of the case. Outside resources are not a requirement for this assignment.
McShane, S. L., & Von Glinow, M. A. (2018). Organizational behavior: Emerging knowledge, global reality (8th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.