Service-Oriented Architecture, Managing the Security Testing Process, Security Resilience in the Software Development Life Cycle

Final Project  – There is a research paper for this course. We will work on the sections of this paper in our weekly assignments. APA format will be followed for all writing submissions. The topic is based on questions, concerns, or recommendations driven by one of the chapter topics that will be covered in the course. You create the question, then you do the research to support an answer that would add to our body of knowledge on the topic. For this assignment, the student is to select one topic, and then for the next eight weeks write and research about the topic selected. Each week, you will work on the assignment building out the paper. At the end of seven weeks, you will have a research paper which you will submit for the eighth week in a Word Document. Any reference to a text other than the O’Hanley & Tiller Information Security Management Handbook is incorrect. Please see the attachment for text. You must use the Attached Text for the research paper. Any reference to a text other than the attached text is incorrect. This is the sole text for the paper. The chapter topics are in the text attached.
Securing the Grid
Network Attacks and Countermeasures
Security in the Cloud
Getting the Best Out of Information Security Projects
Mobility and Its Impact on Enterprise Security
An Introduction to Digital rights Management
Information Security on the Cheap
Organizational Behavior (Including Institutions) Can Cultivate Your Information Security Program
Metrics for Monitoring
Security Implementations of Bring Your Own device, IT Consumerization, and Managing User Choices
Information Assurance: Open Research Questions and Future Directions
Protecting Us from Us: Human Firewall Vulnerability Assessments
Service-Oriented Architecture, Managing the Security Testing Process, Security Resilience in the Software Development Life Cycle
Cloud Cryptography
Identity and Access Management Architecture, FedRAMP: Entry or Exit Ramp for Cloud security?
Data Storage and Network Security
Information Law, National Patient Identifier and patient Privacy in the Digital Era
Addressing Social Media Security and Privacy Challenges, Compliance, PCI Compliance
Investigations, What Is Digital Forensics and What Should You Know about It? eDiscovery
Overview of the Steps of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, Cell Phone Protocols and Operating Systems, Categories of Computer Crime.
NOTE: After you have selected a topic from the above chapter topics. You follow the weekly instructions below:
Week 1 – Select your topic. Explain why you selected the topic and include a theological statement. (250 – 350 words)
Week 2 – What are the key issues about the topic you selected? (250 – 350 Words)
Week 3 – Compare and contrast your topic as it relates to information security management. (250 – 350 Words)
Week 4 – What information security management technologies can be applied to your topic? (250 – 350 Words)
Week 5 – How can you try to resolve the issues of the topic you selected? (250 – 350 Words)
Week 6 – What is the future of this topic in regard to technology? (250 – 350 Words)
Week 7 – What are future issues to be concerned with about your topic? (250 – 350 Words)
1. Turn-in of final project: Week 8 – Finalize your paper, develop an introduction and conclusion for the paper. Submit your paper (2,000 – 2,500 words). Be sure to address each of the following:
Use APA guidelines.
Check your spelling and grammar
Include at least 14 peer-reviewed sources.
Add narrative transitions where appropriate.
Incorporate what you have learned from the weekly Blackboard discussion questions.

When you analysis the five artworks, these five artworks have connections with each other.  you need to analysis around one central point.   

When you analysis the five artworks, these five artworks have connections with each other.  you need to analysis around one central point.
the following are the chosen artworks by client:
1. A Video
Sex, Lies and Videotape(1989) Director: Steven Soderbergh
Related links:
2. A sculpture
Nature Study (1996, cast 2004 by LOUISE BOURGEOIS)
3. A painting
The Luncheon on the Grass
French: Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe
Artist Édouard Manet
Year 1863
4. A painting
A Bearded Woman
5. A painting
The Dance by Henri Matisse
I would like to focus on the topic of Gender.
So I chose these 5 pieces of artwork in different period.
They show the gender stereotypes and the reconstruction of the gender. Moreover they
give people a new understanding of gender.

Designing Team and Team Identity.

Designing Team and Team Identity.
· Using the Internet, each member of your team should read at least 3 academically reviewed articles on designing. Summarize the articles in 300 words or more. Provide appropriate reference.
Combine each summarize in one paper but do not change the wording of the original summary. Include the team member’s name, name of the article and references.
· As a term, write a comprehensive summary of the articles. Present a discussion

Define strategic management within a framework of total quality service.

The purpose of the discussion this week is to develop the questions that you will be using for your comprehensive essay due near the end of the class. Briefly explain why the question will be appropriate for your essay. After identifying the question, the explanation should be no less than 100 words.

1. Define strategic management within a framework of total quality service.

Evaluative Essay Instructions

Evaluative Essay Instructions

o To evaluate an historical theme using assigned sources for support.
o To compose a properly formatted, scholarly paper, using the most recent edition of Turabian, Notes-Bibliography.

General Directions:

For this assignment, students will choose 1 historical theme from the list below to research throughout the course:


Students will write 2 analytical essays on their chosen theme, using the primary sources and topic prompts within the additional documents.

In Week 3, students will submit a thesis statement for Evaluative Essay 1 to the instructor for review. This pre-submission of the thesis statement will not be required for Evaluative Essay 2.

Evaluative Essay 1 will cover the period from 3000 BC through AD 476. It is due in Week 4.

Evaluative Essay 2 will cover the period from 476-1640. It is due in Week 7.

Specific Requirements:

The evaluative essay will consider assigned sources on the chosen theme, and evaluate those sources using the topic prompt provided in the additional documents for this assignment.

Format, Length and Organization:
o Length: 750-1100 words (roughly 3-4 pages, double spaced � not counting footnotes)
o Double spaced text, Times New Roman, size 12 font, standard margins and indentation (see Turabian: Notes-Bibliography)
o The paper should have a title page, body, and bibliography page
o Using Turabian Notes-Bibliography style, format footnotes for the paper.
o Basic Organization (except literature topic, given in literature document): The paper will consist of an introduction, body and conclusion:
o Introduction should be one paragraph and should introduce the main argument, ending with a strong thesis statement. The thesis statement is the ONE SENTENCE argument.
o Body of the paper is a few paragraphs (3-4) developing and supporting the argument, showing comparison and contrast of the assigned documents, as well as further analysis and Biblical evaluation. The body of the paper should provide specific examples and details from the assigned sources.
o Conclusion is the final paragraph, restating the argument and summarizing the main points of the paper, drawing conclusions for the reader. No new information.
o The textbook and lectures can be used for basic background information, but the majority of supporting details should be drawn from the assigned sources within each topic document.
o For Biblical analysis, you can use your own Bible, or one of the following websites for finding and using Scripture verses. Please note that you need to use a standard translation (such as KJV or ESV) and not a paraphrase Bible (such as the Message).
Srong�s Exhaustive Concordance

Source Citation Examples:
Note that no citation is needed for common knowledge information, but specific examples, details, or arguments drawn from the assigned sources DO need proper source citation.

Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenburg Church in 1517. (common knowledge, no specific citation needed)

The Hebrew Old Testament is considered to be a book of folklore, myths and stories that is useful for some understanding of Hebrew history, but not always reliable as an historical source since it was written by religious devotees rather than historians. � citation needed because this expresses a specific view or argument.

**If you are unsure of whether or not a citation is needed, it is better to include the citation than to leave it out. You can also contact your instructor for assistance.

Marvin Perry,, Western Civilization Vol. 1, MindTap edition, 2-1c. (Note that this is short-form)

Technology, Society and Values

Technology, Society and Values
In this paper, do all of the following instructions in the order listed, Be sure to read the prompt carefully and address only the prompt that you are given. You have a lot to do in few words so be sure you are not discussing issues that you do not have to. In writing a philosophy paper, being clear and concise is very important and is often the greatest challenge. To help with this task, be sure that you carefully read every single sentence in your paper and make sure that (1) it makes sense and says exactly what you intend it to convey and (2) that it is absolutely vital to the overall paper. This means that you should try and eliminate all unnecessary sentences as well as any wording that might be confusing or misleading to the reader.
To further help with a paper’s clarity and structure, organization is one of the most important parts of philosophical writing. You want to be sure that it is always clear to your reader what is going on at each step (i.e. paragraph) and that the overall organization is made transparent. To help with this task, it is required that you include an introductory paragraph that briefly (in about 5 sentences) tells what the paper is going to be about (your thesis), as well as the order in which you are going to proceed (your roadmap). Make sure that your roadmap is informative. Your thesis sentence must begin with the following words: “In this paper, I will argue that…”Paper Topic
We have now discussed many important and thought provoking technologies, which have many interesting moral problems that need resolution. You must choose one of these technologies and make a moral judgment concerning a particular instance of that technology or one aspect or use of that technology. Your paper will be a defense of that judgment. Your judgment cannot be something that is clearly true; that is, it must be the kind of claim that reasonable people could disagree with. Paper content must be presented in the following order.
1) Write an introduction paragraph, which must have one sentence that defines your general topic, must contain your thesis statement, and must contain an informative road map. For example, an informative roadmap not only tells the reader that you will consider a potential objection to your argument but what the nature of the objection will be.
2) Briefly explain the particular technology or the particular aspect of the technology that you have chosen.
3) Present a plausible deductive moral argument (one that references principles and facts) for your moral judgement concerning technology of choice. This argument must be sound * and be valid. Your argument will need to back up claims up by citing credible sources. Not all sources are credible so don’t just read a website written by a possible crazy person to find support for your statements.
4) Explain and justify any premise of the argument that is not clearly true so that a fellow student not in the class would understand it or accept it.
5) Present a plausible potential objection to the argument. (Remember the only way to object to a valid argument is to question the truth of one of the premises; that is, present a reason why someone might believe that one of your premises is false).
6) Counter that objection by demonstrating that the plausible potential objection is flawed, thereby strengthening your original argument.