Define and evaluate a security risk and measure the impact of the risk on a business organization.
Review one of the five security reports listed below and provided in the topic Resources. Your goal is to identify an interesting trend, such a high profile threat, the Internet of Things, medical devices, web hacks, etc. and write an executive summary explaining how the trend presents a risk within the industry associated with the selected security report.
“Security Threat Trends 2015”
“Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report – Volume XI”
“Internet Security Threat Report”
“2016 Trustwave Global Security Report”
“2016 Data Breach Investigations Report”
Write a 1,500-word executive summary that contains the following information.
he riots are a big topic since 2011, especially in the UK. But is there a way to justify the rioters? Or are we responsible for our own fortune? Maybe they only feel that they are missing out on something because the society doesn’t give them space. In the commentary ”Big Brother isn’t watching you” Russell Brand reflects and commenting on the 2011 UK riots, he tries to understand why it came so far. Russell Brand is a famous British comedian and actor, who lives in Los Angeles but he still has a strong connection to his native, therefore he fell the need to commenting on the situation. “I feel proud to be English, proud to be a Londoner (…)” (p.8 l.35). Russell Brand tries to convince that he still has the right to comment even though he lives in the United States. The commentary is written in a very tough, direct and honest way where he does not put limitations on his opinion, which gives a different perspective on the situation. The language is complex. On one hand he use informal style with a lot of irony and slang. He uses a lot irony to describe the riots “Wow! Thanks guys! What a wonderful use of planet’s fast-depleting oxygen resources” (p.8 l. 52-52). On the other hand, he use formal style with long beautiful sentences and difficult words for example “rationalization, simultaneously etc. When he combines both formal and informal in the commentary it becomes neutral style. The commentary is published in The Guardian, which is a respected newspaper where they use formal style, so he needs to use formal style. The people how read The Guardian are probably the people whom Russell Brands wants to reach his message out to. His tone is casual but at the same time angry, which makes it interesting and readers will be caught by it. The style of the commentary is very personal, as he perspectives to elements from his own life. He uses pathos in terms of he tries to feel with the rioters, he tries to understand them and what they go through. At the same time, he creates direct contact with readers by asking rhetorical questions ”She was the Portuguese transsexual. Remember? No?” (p.7, ll.8-10). This helps the readers to feel closer to Russell Brand, at the same time they easily convinced by his arguments. He tries to get his message across by means of irony and humor. That makes it all entertaining whilst it is a serious subject. In the commentary, he mostly shows his sympathy with the rioters. He believes that the government is not paying attention to their voters and mostly the young poor voters. He means that the government should focus more on why the rioters are doing what they do and how they can solve the problem and not focusing on they burned houses down. He extradites a strong criticism of the British society – he feels that he can understand the rioters and why they do what they are now doing, and he desires that other people should see it too. He compares his own youth with the rioters. He is aware that they are not as privileged as he was, and therefore he understands their way of expressing themselves. He sees the whole situation from a realistic angle, whereas the government is very idealistic. He thinks tha>GET ANSWER