Cmgt 400 Entire Course

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CMGT 400 Entire Course

MGT 400 WEEK 1

Week 1 DQ 1

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What is the mindset required to properly protect information? What role does reasoned paranoia play in the minded and how can an individual keep the proper balance between protecting information and enabling business?

Week 1 DQ 2

How can information be an asset in a company? Discuss three different examples of information that should be protected by a company and not exposed. Include several examples of what management could do to protect each example.

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CMGT 400 Week 2

Week 2 DQ 1

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Why do you think one of the methods in the Heimerl (2010) article would be the most effective way for an organization to save money?

Week 2 DQ 2

Which of the threats from social networking in the Horn (2010) article also apply to other businesses? Which do not? Why do you think so?

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CMGT 400 Week 3

Week 3 DQ 1

What are three of the controls in the Helton (2010) article that would be effective in protecting health care information? For each item, describe the risk in your own terms and suggested solutions to mitigate it. Also, discuss whether this issue would face other types of organizations, or if it is limited to only those in the health care field.

CMGT 400 Week 3 DQ 2

How can a company protect data on corporate laptops according to the Storn (2008) article? Why do more organizations not use this kind of protection? Do you expect this to become a legal requirement...