Appendix A: Security Models Summary Academic Level : Bachelor Paper details Most companies and agencies implement security models to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA) of information and data. As security vulnerabilities and threats continue to evolve, security systems need to adapt to effectively protect data and systems. In this project, you will evaluate existing security models and their attributes and ultimately recommend a custom security plan to your assigned organization. You will also evaluate the pros and cons of implementing particular model attributes based on the type of organization and employees in relation to CIA. Upon completion of this project, you will have written a report on the importance of security models in organizations like yours and identified the vulnerabilities of your organization. This is the first of four sequential projects. There are 14 steps in this project. Begin by reviewing the project scenario, then proceed to Step 1. When you submit your project, your work will be evaluated using the competencies listed below. You can use the list below to self-check your work before submission. 5.1: Define and appropriately use basic cybersecurity concepts and terminology. 6.2: Create an information security program and strategy, and maintain their alignment. 7.3: Evaluate enterprise cybersecurity policy. 9.2: Rank the vulnerabilities of a system from a disaster-management perspective.Step 1: Review Assigned Organization All four projects for this course will be completed from the vantage point of a specific industry and an organization assigned to you by the instructor. Familiarize yourself with the organization your instructor has assigned to you by reviewing the organization description. The descriptions include an overview and key information about the organization, as well as information about a breach or attempted breach. For the purposes of this course, you will assume this organization is your employer. You may wish to briefly research your assigned organization to gather additional information about the organization and its security posture.Step 2: Cybersecurity Background Summary In Step 1, you familiarized yourself with your assigned organization. Now it is time to write a cybersecurity overview. Write a three-page background summary that includes a general overview of cybersecurity and a section on enterprise cybersecurity. Please include the following items in your general overview of cybersecurity: Compare and contrast cybersecurity and computer security. Discuss Data flows across networks. (Review Bits and Bytes, Non-Textual Data, Evolution of Communication systems, Computer Networks, Network Devices & Cables and Network Protocols if you do not already have a working understanding of these topics.) Discuss basic cybersecurity concepts and vulnerabilities, including flaws that can exist in software. (Review Systems Software, Application Software, Software Interaction and Programming if you do not already have a working understanding of these topics.) Discuss common cybersecurity attacks. (Review A Closer Look at the Web and Web Markup Language if you do not already have a working understanding of these topics.) Discuss penetration testing. Discuss how to employ Network forensic analysis tools (NFAT) to identify software communications vulnerabilities. Please include the following items in your enterprise cybersecurity section: List and discuss the major concepts of enterprise cybersecurity. Discuss the principles that underlie the development of an enterprise cybersecurity policy framework and implementation plan. List the major types of cybersecurity threats that a modern enterprise might face. You will attach this cybersecurity background summary to your security assessment in Step 5. Step 3: Analyze Weaknesses After writing the cybersecurity background summary in Step 2, you are ready to analyze the security weaknesses of your assigned organization. When analyzing cybersecurity weaknesses, there are several areas to consider.