Develop plan to protect its accounting and financial systems

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You have been hired by the CFO of Strayer University to develop a plan to protect its accounting and financial systems at a reasonable cost. Suggest a high-level plan for the CFO. Provide support for your suggestion.

Based on your security plan recommendation, determine the system aspect that is most likely to be violated

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