Week 13 –Technology Dependence MIS5001: Management Information Systems PROF. STEVEN L. JOHNSON Twitter: @StevenLJohnson http://stevenljohnson.org
Today’s Agenda Announcements Group presentations IT Awards Final exam Case Discussion Blog and Reading Discussion Project Work Time
Exam Review: Format Exam topic review to be distributed next week. Take-home: Tues. May 8. 5PM posted to class website, 8PM due via email Open-note: no outside assistance or Internet assistance 4 short answer questions Multiple bullet point answer or up to 1 paragraph answer ~ 60% of grade (4 x 15% each) Example: “What are 3 examples of a good time to fly a kite? What are 3 times when it is a bad idea?” 1 essay question pick from 2 or 3 choices multi-part question or more involved question; multi-paragraph answer required ~ 40% of grade Example: “Yahoo! is losing money on email data storage. They want your advice: should they start charging users for email? Why or why not? “
Case Study Discussion Describe the security breach experienced by Sunnylake. Why do you think this breach occurred? What would you have done to prevent it? What do you think Sunnylake should do now? Would you make the same recommendation to your manager if all of your office was locked out of its computer systems? What was the underlying cause of the collapse of the CareGroup system? Does the reason a network fails change the nature of the response? For example, in what ways is Sunnylake’s response helped or hindered by receiving a ransom notice? Do you think CareGroup would have reaction differently if they had coincidently received a threatening message?
100-Second Reflection1. What was your favorite case study of the year? Why?2. What was your least favorite case study of the year? Why?3. Any other questions or comments? Google, STARS, Cisco, Volkswagen, Apple / Amazon eReading, Kodak TopCoder, Been Googled, Cognizant, Wyeth, Hackers / CareGroup
Blog and Reading Recap Personal backup and disaster recovery Incident management in the age of compliance Prevention – Detection – Response “...being prepared for incidents via an incident response plan is likely to be one of the most cost-effective security measures an organization takes” Legal requirements for response
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