You are an IT security intern working for Health Network, Inc. (Health Network), a fictitious health services organization headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Health Network has over 600 employees throughout the organization and generates $500 million USD in annual revenue. The company has two additional locations in Portland, Oregon and Arlington, Virginia, which support a mix of corporate operations. Each corporate facility is located near a co-location data center, where production systems are located and managed by third-party data center hosting vendors.
- Research risk management plans.
- Create an outline for a basic risk management plan with anticipated section headings (as indicated in this numbered list). This plan will include a qualitative risk assessment
- Write an introduction to the plan by explaining its purpose and importance.
- Define the scope and boundaries of the plan.
- Research and summarize compliance laws and regulations that pertain to the organization. Keep track of sources you use for citation purposes.
- Identify the key roles and responsibilities of individuals and departments within the organization as they pertain to risk management.
- Develop a proposed schedule for the risk management planning process.
- Create a draft risk management plan detailing the information above. Format the plan similar to a professional business report and cite any sources you used.
mise. My belief is in accordance with his as rejecting the first premise will fall in discordance with leading theistic beliefs and concepts irrespective of whether we reject as definition of theory. To interfere with the concept and manner of God’s existence is a dangerous way of rejecting the argument from evil. Furthermore, in my opinion rejecting the third premise not only goes against the rulings of the heart but the head as well. It is not only cruel to deny the existence and abundance of evil, but it is absurd and ridiculous as well because it is equivalent to denial in spite of concrete evidential reasons present. Therefore, rejecting the second premise by uncovering motives for God allowing evil’s existence is the most plausible way to reject this argument. Theodicy attempts to explain the existence of evil by the concept of soul building evil. I agree with Sober in this regard that while evil might be soul building in a few cases but the capability of evil to be soul building is no match for its capability of destruction. The extent to which evil in both its kinds can wreak havoc on man kind is horrendous. Furthermore, the proportion of evil that can be soul building is minute as compared to the enormity and multitude of evil in the world that is devastating and victimizing humans every day. To explain why God couldn’t humans with strong souls in the first place, I believe both the answers that are provided, that are to attain a sense of pride or the parenting analogy, fail miserably. Neither is a sense of pride crucial enough to us to justify inhumane suffering nor are parents a match for an all-PKG God. So, I believe that no explanation satisfactorily explains why evil exists in huge proportions and extremity while only a minute proportion should have been allowed by an all-PKG God for the purpose of soul building. VI. Conclusion The argument from evil aims at denouncing the existence of God by the impossibility of co-existence of an all PKG God and evil. The first version of this argument employing three interlinked premises puts forth a logical deduction stating that if God is all PKG then evil must not exist but since it does therefore God doesn’t exist. To reject this argument one of the three premises must be rejected. Rejecting the second premise is most plausible. Theodicy rejects the second premise with the concept of soul building evil, but it fails to explain the existence of evil in abundance and enormity as soul building evils form only a small portion of the evil inflicting mankind . What is needed to reject this argument is therefore an explanation that governs the existence of evil in abundance in presence of an all-PKG God.>GET ANSWER