to mitigate these risks. To introduce a new ERP in a company many risks will follow with it. With risks that follow countermeasure or prevention should be put in place to minimize or evade these risks. The implementation of new ERP for Campbell shows us how they benefit from these changes but do not talk about the risks. Therefore, we will focus on the risk analysis and the recommendations of dealing with those risks.
In order to reduce the likelihood of exposing this cyber risk, companies and individuals should have technical safeguards involve hardware and software. Those technical safeguards include identification and authorization, encryption, firewalls, malware protection, and application design (Kroenke 319). One should start to protect his/her security system by a few blocking and tackling. When an antivirus program asks to install the latest updates, one should allow them to do so. The reason is that the program might figure out what its problem is and trying to fix that.
A number of security and supply chain risks exist, especially when technologies are acquired from other countries and companies abroad. Adversaries also target technological products for the purpose of applying attacks to organizations, employees are used in those attacks. Using technologies that the organization does not have control over also pose a risk to the organization. Mitigating factors should always be put in place when outsourcing services to vendors and service providers to manage the risks. A number of security and supply chain risks were identified and those must be managed properly to make sure that organizations are not vulnerable to attacks.
3.6 Incident Response Incident response is the method for dealing with the security of a computer system when there is an attack. Incident response activities include incident verification, analyzing and containing the attack, collecting and preserving data, fixing the problem, and restoring services. Hence it is very essential to revise the organization's incident response plan and ensure that the differences between the computing environment of the organization and the cloud are addressed. This is a prerequisite for transitioning of applications and data but it is overlooked most of the time. To ensure security and privacy in cloud computing, it is important for the service provider and the subscriber to collaborate and formulate a well-defined incident response plan.
In addition, the agreement between the customer and outsourcer should anticipate the potential failure of the service provider and includes a provision for it. This provision should include a set of contingency plan allows a customer organization to get own alternative facilities and resources or to take over the resources that have outsourcer used for customer service. At the time of failure, the action plan should be included in the impact to protect the outsourcer to customers from negative aspects referred to in the failure, which may include carrying out negotiations with the seller. Lastly, the assessment processes the threats and risks to which it is not a way to end. It is an ongoing process which once started should be regularly reviewed to ensure that the Protection mechanisms in place at this time still meet desired objectives.
Effective solution to this situation is to reduce the performance demands on system. Sometimes requirements have to be reduced to the stabilization only of the most important parts of the system. During occurence of the fault of one actuator the entire system and its performance depends on rest of actuators and their performance li, etc. and its performance depends on component limits. Therefore it is important to avoid excessive load of actuators and thus the risk of failure of the system.
This can occur through software or an employee. “If your defenses can disrupt the early stages of these attacks, you are in a far better position to minimize the damage or cause the intruder to go elsewhere” (O’Dell, 71). In general the issue must be brought to the attention of the Chief Information Security Officer. They will be able to determine if the incident is in fact a cyber security concern, severity, scope, and type. When a cyber incident occurs, the specifics of that incident must be identified in order to accurately response.
After evaluating risks, one can choose a path of risk avoidance or risk mitigation and management. If we understand the risks on a project, we can decide which risks are acceptable and take actions to mitigate or forestall those risks. If our project risk assessment determines risks are excessive, we may want to consider restructuring the Project to within acceptable levels of risk. Risks that do not offer the potential for gain (profit? )should be avoided.
This infrastructure was designed, but given recent events in where several companies were exposed because of security deficiencies. Upper management has order a review of the infrastructure to verify that no holes exist within the new infrastructure. The Solution Security weaknesses in any technology infrastructure are usually a result of poor design and implementation of any new technology. Identifying these threats takes precedents of being able to self evaluate your infrastructure and to review every piece of the design to verify that weaknesses are tolerable. This type of task should occur regularly and can be completed by performing a thorough research into the technology that you are lookin... ... middle of paper ... ... existing environment with the physical security present.
This paper will focus on the results of research from experts who have analyzed the influence that resistance to change, potential sources of stress, and the consequences of change and stress have on organizations. As part of the results of each study, the authors’ conclude that there is an apparent need for additional research to be performed and the provided recommended approaches suggested in managing change and stress may not address all issues. The first of these topics explored will focus on individual resistance to change in organizations. Individual Resistance to Change in Organizations Individuals go through a reaction process when they are personally confronted with major organizational change (Kyle, 1993; Jacobs, 1995; Bovey & Hede, 2001). Within this process there are four phases that it consists of: initial denial, resistance, gradual exploration, and eventual commitment (Scott & Jaffe, 1988; Bovey & Hede, 2001).