Comprehensive conclusions, very well supported by the preceding analysis. Clear demonstration of evidence based principles being used to draw clear and feasible conclusions and recommendations for improved practice.
The conclusions drawn from the study are broadly supported by the preceding analysis.
Apparent but limited demonstration of evidence based principles being used to draw clear and feasible conclusions and recommendations.
The conclusions drawn from the study are not supported by the preceding analysis, or areinconsistent with each other and the general arguments(s) given. No apparent demonstration of evidence based principles being used to draw conclusions
This coursework offers the opportunity for formative feedback. You may submit a draft of your final report under the following headings:
- Overview of the aim and scope of the report and its intended purpose, and the context (ie relevant details of company sector and location).
- Model selection: Selection or adaption of a model of security incident handling, justifying your choice (either completed section, or your notes and ideas)
- Ideas for completion: covering the issues and challenges you are likely to face in completing the report (this could be a bulleted list, or drafts of the remaining sections of the report) Submission details will be given on Moodle. Verbal feedback will be given on the structure and contents, and identify areas where effort could be focussed as you complete your work.
Model explanation should be structured around each of the stages in the model you have selected, illustrated using examples from current news stories. It should identify what issues are involved (for instance data breach, ransomware) and explain how they relate to the model of incident handling you have chosen.
- Discussion Should evaluate he relation with other information security processes such as risk management and the role of audit
Governance issues raised, and the professional roles involved, and
- The Conclusion should include recommendations to management, and the issues with the model you have evaluated, and likely developments in next few years.