Security analysis-information security, Computer Network Security

SECURITY ANALYSIS

Overview
•    Know yourself: examine, identify, and understand the information and systems which are currently in place
•    Know the enemy: examine, identify, and understand threats facing the organization
•    Responsibility of each community of interest within an organization to manage risks which are encountered

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