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1)  Creating Company E-mail/WIFI/Internet Use Policies. You have just been hired as the Security Manager of a medium-sized Financial Services company employing 250 people in New Hampshire, and have been asked to write two new security policies for this company. The first one is an e-mail policy for employees concentrating on personal use of company resources. The second policy is that of WIFI and Internet use within the company.

There are many resources available on the web so researching these topics and policies should be easy. The most difficult part of this exercise will be determining how strict or how lenient you want to make these policies for this particular company.

Project Plan

You are asked to create two separate policies on use of EMAIL and a WIFI/INTERNET USE within the company.

Be specific in your terms and conditions of use. Consider these items to be included in your policies (as applicable).

1. Overview 

2. Purpose 

3. Scope

4. Policy 

5. Policy Compliance

6. Related Standards, Policies and Processes

7. Definitions and Terms

Some useful links and resources for your research:

https://resources.workable.com/email-usage-policy-template

https://www.sans.org/security-resources/policies/general/pdf/email-policy

https://resources.infosecinstitute.com/acceptable-use-policy-template-public-wifi-networks/#gref

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/download-our-wireless-policy-template/

2)In no less than 500 words, explain your topic Networksecuritychallanges. Explain how it is relevant to network security. Be as clear as you can in explaining your topic by using examples, software, hardware, etc

 

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