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- What are security policies and why are they so important for organizations to implement?
- Pick 2 of the business drivers that impact organizational security policies and explain why?
- Explain the importance of the 3 main drivers to government security regulations
- Consumer Protection
- Stable Economy
- Tax Revenue
- The concept of risk mitigation is essential when implementing security policies. Explain your understanding of this process involves.
- Explain the steps involved in implementing a security policy within an organization, where is the most obvious chance for error?
- When organizations are implementing security policies, what business considerations must they take into account and why is this important?
- When implementing policies and standards, building consensus amongst organizational stakeholders is important. Why is intent vs. need an important consideration?
- Implementing security policies in an organization requires separation of duties when it comes to the IT staff. What does this concept mean and how do organizations ensure they are compliant?
- Pick two best practices for User Domain Policies and explain what they are and provide examples of what could go wrong in an organization if these best practices are not followed.
- Sometimes organizations require team members to access assets and data remotely, when not in the physical facility. It is necessary for organizations to establish Remote Access Domain policies, select one of the Baseline Standards, and explain its importance.
made up of just parents in children’s literature. Many students find themselves in single parent families and so many books aimed at children discuss mummy and daddy as opposed to one or the other, which can lead to those students feeling excluded and not represented in literature they read. I feel it’s so important to provide literature that shows how children are loved and cared for no matter how many parents or guardians they have at home. This was my goal when selecting literature for this project. When searching for books I did my best to select books which covered a variety of genres but with this topic found mostly variations of fiction and picture or chapter books. When selecting books, I ensured to select books which both covered mothers, fathers and even grandparents as guardians/parents for children. I made sure to include a variety of reasons for these single parent/guardian households such as divorce, death, living overseas, or imprisonment. No two students’ situations are the same and by providing a variety of literature to students which covers a variety of parent/guardian situations I hope students feel understood and that they can relate to others and literature provided to them. I also aimed to include books where having a single parent was simply one aspect of the characters life and so it does not define them. Rationale Of Why Topic Or Area Of Focus Is Important Diverse Literature For Elementary Students I believe the topic I selected to research is one that is constantly present and necessary in the lives of my students. 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 re>GET ANSWER