1 Security Governance & Compliance Name: Student Id: Score: Date: Objectives: Comparative
Security Governance & Compliance
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.
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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
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Paper worth up to 100 pointsDue: Sunday November 21st by 11:59pmInclude the following: Times New Roman 12pt, double spacedTitle page:
Paper worth up to 100 pointsDue: Sunday November 21st by 11:59pmInclude the following: Times New Roman 12pt, double spacedTitle page: with your name, course and titleThe title page DOES NOT count as page 12 full pages minimum, up to 3 pagesReference the textbook and 2 additional supporting references Include the details above, in the structure, and then provide 2 pages minimum on the topic that you chose. In the opening paragraph, include why you chose the topic. In the body of work, explain your topic. Your last paragraph will be your summary (where you bring it all together).[supanova_question]
1 Introduction to Writing Student Reports Hi! I would like you to
Writing Assignment Help 1 Introduction to Writing Student Reports
I would like you to begin writing the introduction for the enzyme lab. This is a formal laboratory write-up and MUST follow the instructions to given. We will be following the American Psycological Associations format for writing Student Reports, (APA Format 7, 2020). All scientific and most research report follow these rules for writing, in order to standardize the way in which the research is reported and shared. A reference is cited below (page 2) for you to look at. Access the web site and you will see that it shows a sample paper, which we will discuss over the next few days.
I would like you to spend the next day or two writing the introduction to the lab. Here are some basic rules: 1) the report needs to be written using Times New Roman font size 12, 2) there are two spaces places between each sentence written, and the sentences are double spaced. The introduction will follow the convention of a typical outline, which I will provide for you below. Spacing, placement on the paper, and a heading being typed plain or in bold type is part of the APA format. After reviewing the outline below, go to the sample paper web site and compare what I have shown you with the sample paper. The introduction is a discussion of proteins in general, followed by a discussion of enzymes, which is a protein!
An experimental report typically includes the following sections.
Tables and/or Figures
I completed the first part for you, a discussion of proteins. The information in red tells how that heading was structured. The second part would describe enzymes, their structure, function, inhibition, mechanisms of control (feedback loop), everything we covered regarding enzymes. Diagrams need to be included as you discuss each part. Remember, you may only use the e-book and the power points as a source of material. The point of the exercise is to learn to paraphrase the information given. You MAY NOT use the internet as a source of information. Draw your own pictures and either scan them or take pictures with your phone and email them to yourself for use.
Proteins (boldface, left justified, and normal print)
Composition (boldface, left justified, and italics)
Amino Acids (boldface, indented, and normal print)
Peptide Bonding (boldface, indented, and italics)
You will see that just like the sample paper the main heading” Proteins” is bold face and centered. The subheading (second-level heading) “Proteins” is bolded, but left justified. The next subheading is a third-level heading, that is part of “Proteins” and are also bold faced, left justified, but placed in italics (Composition).
The next two headings are fourth-level (Amino Acids and Peptide Bonding). You will see that they are typed in title print and indented. Look at following: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/apa_headings_and_seriation.html
…………Or look at the sample student paper on Purdue Owl).
Purdue Owl APA7. (2020). APA sample paper. Purdue University: Purdue Online Writing Lab.
The results of the experiment are given in the power point discussion of the lab (Stull, 2020).
The results of the experiment are given in the power point discussion of the lab (Stull, 2020).
Tell about each part of the experiment and what happened. For example, you will draw a line-graph to compare the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction of the enzyme. Describe the differences you see, which temp works best, which is the least effective. Importantly, you need to discuss why there is a difference.
(What is the effect of temperature on the enzyme?).
You will draw bar graphs showing the different environmental conditions the enzyme was exposed to. Again, tell what happened and why (in relation to its effect on the enzyme).
Discuss the effect that the difference in surface area has on an enzyme.
That’s the entire report. Again, you need to paraphrase the text and the lecture from the power points. DO NOT use the internet. Draw your own diagrams or copy ones from the power point and text.
Enzyme Lab Report 2
A sample student paper can be found at:
The enzyme lab write-up should include the following:
Introduction ~ This is a 5-6 sentence summary describing what enzymes are and why they are important.
Body ~ Begin with a discussion of proteins, their formation, structure and function. Next, a discussion of the class of proteins called enzymes, their structure, enzyme function (activation energy), a description of how an enzyme works, coenzymes and cofactors. The discussion should include pictures and diagrams (with labels). A description of enzyme control. The feedback loop. Explain how enzyme function is changed through denaturation. Discuss the two methods of inhibition.
Method ~ You may reference the text and lab book: “The procedure outlined in the lab manual (Deangelo, 2008), power point (Stull, 2020) and the text (Campbell, et al, 2018) was followed. “
Results ~ Include the completed data table. Use the data to draw a graph (remember to include: a title, labels, and units.) Graphs are required for Rate of Reaction (line graph), Effect of pH on an Enzyme (bar graph), and Effect of Temperature on an Enzyme (bar graph).
Summary ~ Discuss the results that were obtained in the lab. Discuss any conclusions made by describing the relationship of the experimental results. Explain how they relate to the discussion of enzyme function that was made in the introduction.
References ~Cite the articles, texts, and internet cites used. Use APA format.
Text: Author, A. A. (Year of Publication). Title of work. Publisher.
Finney, J. H. (1970). Time and again. Simon and Schuster.
Contributors’ last names and initials. (Last edited date). Title of resource.
http://Web address for resource.
Agarwal, P.K. (2006). Enzymes: An integrated view of structure, dynamics, and function.
Purdue Online Writing Lab (2020). APA format 7.
Example: Proteins have a three-dimensional structure (Campbell, et al., 2018).
Campbell, X. X., ———, X. X.,
Stull, C. W. (2020). Enzyme powerpoints. Lehigh Carbon Community College. [supanova_question]
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