Describe the access control mechanisms that are needed for each.
Describe how the new expanded network can be protected through access control.
Describe SSO and VPN technology, and discuss whether they can be used in the company
Security Policies, Procedures, and Regulatory Compliance – 2–3 pages long.
This section will focus on the protection of data and regulatory requirements that the company needs to implement.
List and describe the regulatory requirement that was introduced by the IPO.
List and describe at least 5 policies that the company needs.
From the list of policies, list and describe at least 3 controls that the company needs to implement.
Describe the data at rest and data in motion and how they can be protected
Network Security – 4–5 pages long (2–3 pages of network topology, 1–2 pages of IPS and IDS).
Propose an appropriate network infrastructure that offers sound security practices for the existing intranet and the new proposed expansion.
Create and describe a diagram of the network architecture, discussing how it can meet the goals of the company.
Describe the access controls and how the company can ensure that devices and topology are effective and working to protect the company infrastructure.
Review and describe the need for intrusion detection systems (IDS) and intrusion prevention systems (IPS).
Discuss how they can effectively be used in a network operation setting.
Ensure that there is an appropriate use of the IDS and IPS in the network diagram.
Children’s literature is a reflection of the culture from which it comes and as a society with many family dynamics, students deserve to be reflected and represented (Gritter, 2017). While not all students will be in a single parent household, it helps them to understand and potentially support their peers who may be in that situation. Discussions and access to diverse literature are important when building a positive classroom community and when teaching students to respect and appreciate the differences of people inside and outside their classroom (Van Horn, 2015). Reading can be such an outlet and escape for so many students and having literature accessible to them that they feel related and connected to only fosters that relationship with books. Students connect to books which have similar characters and issues to them in their life and providing books that reflect their own issues lead to vivacious and eager readers (Serafini & Moses, 2014). Sometimes authors write from their own experiences, books they wish had been available for them when they were in their youth, which leads to accurate and positively represented characters and situations, such as Roald Dahl who wrote about the life, he wished he’d had at school as a child. Students end up in single or uncommon parent/guardian situations for a variety of reasons, but this does not mean that there should not be literature available to them to help them understand and be more comfortable with what is happening to them in their lives. It is not one story that exists when discussing single parents. Most people think immediately of single mothers, but there is a growing number of single fathers, about 22% of single parent families are single fathers (Census, 2016), single parents through adoption and grandparents who are parents to their grandchildren. All families are valued, and literature needs to be available in the classroom which shows more than just a single story. Diverse literature is very important to include in all classrooms (Leland et al., 2012) but diverse does not only cover race, religion or economic situation; it also covers who loves and looks after you. Especially students who see other students with mums and dads while they only have one or the other need to be supported, shown and encouraged that they are just as loved as those with two parents. Students can feel alienated if the only books available to them uphold stereotypes and reinforce the nuclear family. Children’s literature provide>GET ANSWER