Case study: Cyber Security Name University Abstract Cyber security threat refers to anything that might disrupt the normal operations of the computer systems either through denial of service unauthorized access to a computer system stealing of sensitive information among others (Dahbur et al. 2011). In the recent past there have been incidences of cyber security threats that have exploited vulnerabilities within the government agencies organizations and corporates. Cyber threats can cause harm to an entire organization and its spread can lead to loss of vital information and data. There are however solutions that can be employed to the systems they are supposed to protect. There is need to comply with stipulated requirements by government agencies regarding cyber security. References Dahbur K. Mohammad B. & Tarakji A. B. (2011 April). A survey of risks threats and vulnerabilities in cloud computing. In Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Intelligent Semantic Web-services and applications (p. 12). ACM. Dustin V. & Eric A. (2017). More disruptions feared from cyber attack; Microsoft slams government secrecy. Retrieved from reuters.com Young A. L. & Yung M. (2017). Cryptovirology: The birth neglect and explosion of ransomware. Communications of the ACM 60(7) 24-26 [...]
EXAMPLE FORMAT ATTACHED. Conduct research on a recent CYBER threat or CYBER attack on a government agency, military organization, or corporate enterprise. Present data that describes the type of threat, the degree of harm caused by the threat, and describe who or what entity the perpetrator(s) might have been that could benefit from such an action. Give details on solutions that might have prevented the exploit and could be utilized to assist in mitigating or eliminating cyber threats in the future. Conduct in-depth research on the topic using, at least, two primary sources, outside of the course textbook, as references. Compose your Case Study assignment deliverable as a scholarly paper. Use Microsoft Word® to compose your data. Please remember to include a Title Page with a "Running head," an Abstract, in-text citations, a Conclusion, and a Reference List. The body of the paper should be two-three pages of double-spaced text in length. Use APA Style to cite and reference any data "borrowed" from sources. Your composition needs to be grammatically sound and free of spelling errors. Use terminology from the reference sources and your textbook. Unless you are a subject matter expert on the topic, based on your degrees, certifications or “on the job training,” do not submit data obtained only from personal experience.