1 Security Governance & Compliance Name: Student Id: Score: Date: Objectives: Comparative


Security Governance & Compliance


Student Id:




Comparative study of Information Assurance and Information Security and establishing the Information Assurance baseline

Course Learning Outcomes:

Student will be able to Perform stakeholder analysis.

Tools or Equipment Needed:


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Theoretical Background:

Stakeholder is any person, group or institution with an interest in the project. A stakeholder may not necessarily be involved/included in the decision-making process. Stakeholders should be identified in terms of their roles not individual names. Stakeholder Analysis is the identification of a project’s key stakeholders, an assessment of their interests and the ways in which these interests affect the project and its viability. A stakeholder need not be directly affected by the project, for example one stakeholder could be a member of staff who will be using a new system that the project will implement, but the students who that member of staff provides a service to could also be stakeholders. Stakeholder analysis results should be recorded carefully – the information can be very sensitive (e.g. a stakeholder may not like to be identified as a blocker). The audience for reporting results of stakeholder analysis must be considered very carefully if it is outside of the Project Board. You should use workshops to carry out the information capture and analyses described below.

Exercise 1: You are working for a multi-national company. As an Information Security analyst your task is to develop a report which can be used in our organization for Stakeholder Analysis and Management




4. Conclusion

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Directions: Respond to the following questions and thought experiments. I want to

Directions: Respond to the following questions and thought experiments. I want to see what you think, especially now that you have had an entire semester to reflect on the various theories you’ve read about—and, by extension, your original response to question 1 of RP 1. I am curious to see if your thinking has either changed since RP 1 or has deepened since the start of the semester. Your answer to the questions should be:

Typed, Times New Roman, 12-point font

About 1 or 2 pages in length, double-spaced

Submitted via the Blackboard Turnitin link.

Due on Sunday, 12/5 by 11:59pm

Questions and Thought Experiments

The first thing I would like to do is return to the original “scene of the crime”, if you will. Remember the first question I asked during the first RP? It’s the one that began with the examples of:

A stranger saving a drowning child.

A solider risking their life for a civilian.

A doctor making sure that a cure for an illness was affordable and available to all people.

I specifically asked you what made these actions morally praiseworthy—the motives of the agents responsible or the consequences of their actions. Remember that? Ok, so, go back to your original answer to that question on motives or consequences. Read it to yourself. Now, give me a summary of what you originally wrote and why. This doesn’t need to be longer than 3 sentences.

Got your summary? Good. Now, answer the following question:

Do you still agree with your original answer? Why or why not? In other words, has your original position been revised or has it deepened?

B. Got your new and improved answer? Cool. Here’s a follow up. Between utilitarianism, Kantian deontology, prima facie deontology, and virtue ethics, which theory has had the biggest impact on your new (or deepened) response? Why is that? Use the readings or the videos you’ve watched throughout the semester to clarify your answer. I want quotations. Put them in the MLA format.

C. Last question, kiddos! Why don’t we have fun with this one. Here’s a moral thought experiment for you:

After several months of a deadly cat-and-mouse chase, you and your Special Forces Unit have managed to capture Saren Arterius, the renegade responsible for a terrorist attack in Chicago, which resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent, civilian lives. The FBI and the CIA have determined that another terrorist attack is immanent, though the official day, time, and location is still beyond them. Saren is the only one who knows the full details. Getting this information from him may save countless civilian lives. Predictably, Saren has refused to cooperate. However, your second in command, Lieutenant Garrus Vakarian, has a plan. Recently, his unit captured Saren’s only child, a 9 year old boy named Raulito. Vakarian’s plan is to have you torture little Raulito in front of Saren, coercing him into divulging all the information he has. Though he is Saren’s son, Raulito knows nothing of Saren’s life as a terrorist; he is a normal child. From the perspective of the theory you most align with (i.e. the one you discussed in the second question of this RP), is it morally permissible to torture Raulito, in order to ultimately prevent a terrorist attack? Why or why not? As a follow up: Beyond what the theory recommends, what do you believe is the right thing to do? Is there a “gap” between your position and the theory position? If so, why do you think that is?

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I need to replied to both classmates separately in at least 75 words, by being constructive and professional. Steven

I need to replied to both classmates separately in at least 75 words, by being constructive and professional.

Steven Baile
My greatest strength in written communication would be that I’m able to sound professional on paper. For example, whenever I have to fill out a job application I always want to make sure that I make myself sound motivated and go the extra mile for the company. My biggest weakness in writing is that I’m not very good with grammar and my vocabulary is not very high. Some actions I think I can take with my weakness in writing is that I should probably start reading a lot more than I have been that way I can have a better understanding of how things are supposed to be written. Academic integrity is important because you want to be honest with yourself there is no point in lying or cheating to get ahead. It is also important because you may have to show those credentials and because you didn’t have integrity and lied on your paperwork you are now labeled as dishonest. For example, when I was in my early twenties I went to apply for a forklift job, and on my application that I knew how to drive a forklift but I didn’t. Long story short I watched some youtube videos on forklift driving and I thought it would be easy. I failed before I even got the forklift started and because I lied on my application I couldn’t even get a lesser paying in the warehouse at all.

Onystie St.Mary
My greatest strength would have to be having the patience and ability to proofread what I am sending before I send it. I am a very big grammar/spelling nerd, I like to make everything sound perfect. I always double check my texts, notes, emails and even my speaking multiple times before I send something or before I speak- I hate to sound uneducated. I would have to say my greatest weakness is watching my attitude when I become aggravated or if someone is being rude back to me. It’s quite easy to include attitude in my emails, especially if the recipient already knows my tone of voice. I believe in the saying ‘To receive respect you have to earn it,’ so when someone pushes my buttons in the any setting, I will push theirs back. Another example would be self-sabotage to myself in educational matters. If I become to overwhelmed, I will stop what I am doing and almost give up.

An action I can take to improve these weaknesses is learning to think before I speak or act. I believe that thinking before I speak will help me understand why I react the way I feel I must. I can breathe and decide if the self-sabotage or rudeness to others is worth it.

Academic integrity means honesty and morals to me. Being honest with yourself and everyone around you makes everything 10 times easier than lying or not telling the whole truth. Also having morals means staying true to yourself, don’t cheat yourself to make things easier. Work hard and achieve everything you want and more if you are determined..


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1. Joseph Antenucci is jointly and severally liable for medical malpractice done


Joseph Antenucci is jointly and severally liable for medical malpractice done by his associate Jose Pena. According to Cheeseman (2008), a partner is jointly and severally liable for a partner’s tortious actions that are chargeable within a partnership. The plaintiff, Elaine Zuckerman, may recover the whole amount of the judgment from one or all the associates found answerable for medical malpractice. Therefore, Antenucci is equally liable as Pena since they are joint partners and participated in the patient’s treatment.


Jennifer and Big Apple, LLC are both liable for the injuries suffered by Tilly. On the other hand, Edsel and Martin though owners of Big Apple, LLC, cannot be held personally liable. The case is about a tort liability due to negligence in a member-managed LLC. Therefore, Jennifer is individually liable for negligence that led to injuries suffered by Tilly (Graw et al., 2019).  Big Apple is also liable since Jennifer acted as an agent to the LLC when she caused the accident.


USM shareholders cannot be held personally liable for any judgment against USM. According to company law, a company is a legal entity separate from the shareholders (DiMatteo, (2021). Therefore, a limited company is held as a legal person who can enter into legal contracts, sue, and own properties. In this case, Billy was killed while in the line of duty, and his wife can only sue the company and not the shareholders for his death.


McDonald’s Investment Company does not qualify for an interstate offering exemption from registration. To qualify for an exemption, McDonald’s must invest not less than 80 percent of the total proceeds of the offering in Minnesota (DiMatteo, (2021). However, in this case, the total proceeds were invested in other states, not Minnesota.


Cheeseman, H. R. (2008). Contemporary business and online commerce law. Prentice-Hall.

DiMatteo, L. A. (2021). International business law and the legal environment: a transactional approach. Routledge.

Graw, S., Parker, D., Whitford, K., Sangkuhl, E., & Do, C. (2019). Understanding business law. LexisNexis Butterworths.[supanova_question]

Richard Feynman (1918-1988) was one of the world’s most renowned theoretical physicists.

Richard Feynman (1918-1988) was one of the world’s most renowned theoretical physicists. Among his countless contributions to science is his assistance in developing the atomic bomb. His career also led him from Cornel to CalTech. He spent from 1951-1952 in Brazil where he taught at and evaluated the science department at one of their universities. The selection you will read by him for this assignment is taken from his memoir that documented his time in Brazil’s university. You will find it interesting, funny, and very well written.

For this assignment, you must first read 


 After reading and annotating the text, you will answer the question below. 


Please embed quotes in each answer.

What is Feynman doing in Brazil? Be specific! A general response will not be awarded points. (2 pts)

What did he find to be the greatest problem with the way students were learning in Brazil? (2 pts)

What is the difference between knowing and learning? (1 pt)

Why didn’t students want to ask questions? (1 pt)

Does Feynman believe that the school he went to was truly a university? Why or why not? (2 pt)[supanova_question]