You are in charge of cybersecurity for a major online sales company. It is imperative that you have the most effective cybersecurity available, Resolution after an attack has occurred is not a viable solution. You need to make sure an attack never occurs.
Create an 8- to 10-slide multimedia rich PowerPoint® presentation, including interactive diagrams, media, or videos, displaying the most common controls, protocols, and associated threats to your business. Include the following in your presentation:
What do they protect against?
What is their purpose?
Write a 1- to 2-page analysis of your findings answering the following questions.
How are they implemented to defend against attacks and to limit risk?
What significance do the OSI, TCP/IP, and SANS 20 Controls play in network protection?
What controls and protocols would you find in a security policy?
Licensing concerns a product rights or the method of production marketing the product rights. These rights are usually protected by a patent or some other intellectual right. Licensing is when the exporter, the licensor, sells the right to manufacture or sell its products or services, on a certain market area, to the foreign party (the licensee). Based on the agreement, the exporter receives a onetime fee, a royalty or both. The royalty can vary, often between 0.125 and 15 per cent of the sales revenue. In other words in a licensing agreement, the licensor offers propriety assets to the licensee. The latter is in the foreign market and has to pay royalty fees or made a lump sum payment to the licensor for assets like e.g. trademark, technology, patents and know-how. Licensing agreement’s content is usually quite complex, wide and periodic. Other than the intellectual property rights, the licensing contract might also include turning-in unprotected know-how. In this licensing contract, the licensor is committed to give all the information to the licensee about the operation. There are many types of licensing arrangements. In a licensing arrangement, the core is patents and know-how, which can be completed by trademarks, models, copyrights and marketing and management’s know-how. Licensing contract is divided into three main types of licensing: Product licensing, the idea of licensing is to agree on usage, manufacturing or marketing right of the whole product, a partial product, a component or a product improvement, Method licensing, the method licensing agreement turns in the right to use a certain manufacturing method or a part of it and also possibly the right to use model protection. Representation licensing agreement is usually done within two companies that are concentrated on project deliveries, in this case the contract will relate to for example projecting systems, sharing manufacturing and marketing procedures.>GET ANSWER