CSIA 485 Project #5 Detailed Assignment Description

CSIA 485 Project #5 Detailed Assignment Description

CSIA 485 Project #5 Detailed Assignment Description

This assignment requires that you adapt the analysis done for P1/P2/P3/P4 to a new environment. Use your prior work, i.e. the recommendation memo and network diagram, to develop a high-level plan for implementing the required controls, changes, etc. to mitigate vulnerabilities and convergence issues in the new environment. You may need to do additional analysis to address issues specific to the second case study’s environment. Your high-level plan should include all the system development life cycle (SDLC) gates/decision points and all relevant tasks. Describe and relate the implementation solution to CIA and incorporate, people, processes and technology to this plan.

This is a combination of a paper and a detailed list of steps and resources that you would follow to implement and complete this project. Think about all of the actions, resources, and tasks that you would need in order to effect a successful implementation. These should also be included as part of the plan. The instructor may provide a template to use with this assignment. The minimum structure for this assignment is below:


Purpose of Plan


Business Goals and Objectives

Project Goals and Objectives


Scope Definition

Items Beyond Scope


System Development Life Cycle/Schedule



Project Assumptions


Project Constraints

Critical Project Barriers

The Plan will be a minimum 5 page, double-spaced paper using Times New Roman 12 font and APA style formatting for citations and references. It will also include a minimum of 5 references. The Title/Cover page, illustrations (tables/charts/graphs), network diagram, and references are not part of the page count but are required for the assignment. The grading rubric provides additional details as to what should be included in the paper. Your instructor may provide an APA style template to use for this paper.

*** Make sure that you include in detail the steps you would take to secure the project.
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