Transcript: Cyber Security Awareness Cyber Attacks Statistics Costs from Cyber Attacks What is our Maturity Level? OPTIMIZED INITIAL 2 Where are we??? Recommended Level 3 REPEATABLE MANAGED DEFINED 4 1 5 Continual improvement, organizational alignment Ad hoc, unpredictable, poorly controlled, reactive Basic processes management, repeatable tasks Processes integrated, measured and controlled Defined and documented processes, proactive Security awareness activities and training are limited No business continuity plans are defined ineffective threat, vulnerability & patch management process No central logging and security monitoring in place Our Top Priority Risks Policies related to Cyber Security are outdated Limited data classification and handling guidelines No business impact analysis (BIA) is performed No MFA on physical devices like Laptops Maturity Level 2-3 10% of Successful Phishing Campaign Simulations Drafting, approving, and implementing 17 Security Policies 100% of AD Accounts & Groups audited for privilege creep. Drafting, approving, and implementing BCP / BIA / DRP 100% of total end point devices with MFA Drafting and implementing a Data Classification Process Drafting and implementing a Patch Management Process 100% of total devices enrolled centrally in Azure Sec. Center and ATP Implementation of SIEM solution REACHING MATURITY LEVEL 2-3 100% of total staff trained in security awareness PREVENT DETECT Strategy of the Security Program RESPOND & RECOVER Defense in Depth Defense in Depth Why Backup? Which Data are Important? Is the Backup: Backup of Data Latest? Off-site and Secured? Documented? Encrypted? Tested? Readiness, Respond & Recover Questions ??? ?
Transcript: Level C Temperance Movement By Emily Harvey The labor movement in the United States grew out of the need to protect the common interest of workers. For those in the industrial sector, organized labor unions fought for better wages, reasonable hours and safer working conditions. This was Successful, thanks to many people like Arthur Joseph Goldberg. Women Suffrage Movement This movement was very important, since it gave the women the right to vote. Before the 19th Amendment, groups would form, such as the NAWSA, to protest about women's suffrage. Once the amendment was passed, people stopped protesting and it became a huge success. Many people were important to this reform movement, but one of the most important ones was Susan B. Anthony. Not only did she fight for women's right to vote, she was NAWSA’s second president. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was NAWSA’s first president. Child Labor This Movement was very important for the future of kids.The law that was created was designed to protect the educational opportunities of youth and prohibit their employment in jobs that are detrimental to their health and safety. This law is still successful today and was passed thanks to protesters like Samuel Gompers led the New York labor movement to successfully sponsor legislation. Labor Unions this very unsuccessful movement was a huge mistake, but many people thought it would be for the greater good. People like John B. Gough. A recovered drunkard himself, he began a career lecturing against drinking and alcohol in 1842. During this time lecturing grew as a profession so he was able live off his more than 9,000 lectures and over nine million listeners at them. Him and others thought passing the 18th admendment would be a good idea, because people would have a angry behavior with the drinking.
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Transcript: Core Change Management Consulting, Inc Place your logo here HR RFQ 12512 Introduction Our team Approach Objective The objective of the project is to perform an organizational review of human resources for the purpose of identifying improvement opportunities across all areas include HRIS, HR policies, practices, compliance reporting and procedures, staff and strategic plans DCCCD HR Review Framework Competencies Example: HR Function Maturity Assessment Solution Solution Phase 1: Conception & Initiation Phase 3: Launch Phase 4: Performance Phase 5: Project Closeout Phase 2: Definition & Planning CCMC will do a discovery session to gain greater understanding of needs, further share the approach, and explain the benefits of additional services. With District’s approval the scope statement will be finalized. With the definition of scope, we will complete the contracting process and update the project plan accordingly. The project plan will be updated based on the defined scope, DCCCD will sign off on the timeline and the Launch Phase kickoff will be scheduled. We will establish the project status reporting, risk/issue tracking and the project Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to display progress. Gain a foundation of DCCCD HR. 1) HR and talent org - structure, headcount, staff demographics, resumes, job descriptions, last two performance reviews, discipline history (if any) 2) HR policies 3) District HR procedures , 4) District-defined HR process maps, 5) current DCCCD people-performance metrics: description, source of measure, performance by college, discipline/program, and overall District, 6) HR mission/purpose statement 7) District HR strategy/strategic plan, other documents related to each of the 13 functions specified as in scope 8) college comparison metrics (# students, faculty, staff, programs/disciplines (complexity), financial performance, enrollment trends, student success. We will also complete all applications/systems review and meet with IT to understand utilization and identify any out-of-the-box reports. Through initial interviews with District executives, college Presidents (7) and HR Directors (7), we will gain an understanding of their perspective of HR services. To complete the phase, we will do a report out of initial findings for each of the 13 functions. COLLEGE REVIEW For each college, the President and HR Executive Director will kickoff the project at the campus. We will conduct role interviews with college HR staff and review the following: ● College Strategy and Master Plans, ● OD review, ● Employee Relations Review, ● HRIS, stats and reporting Review, ● HR policies and procedures, ● Diversity & Inclusion, ● Equity & Fairness Review, ● Onboarding, Orientation, Training & Development, ● OCC Health, Safety & Wellness Review, ● Compensation and Benefits Review, ● Recruitment & Selection Review, ● Job Analysis Review and ● Performance Management Review. We will conduct an online HR functional 360 which will include HR staff, leadership and services. ANALYSIS We will create the gap analysis by function and by college by assessing the HR organization against a maturity model and SHRM competency model. REPORT After the completion of the report, we will report out the current state, gaps and findings at District level. For the project closeout, we will conduct a lessons learned and identification of next steps to support the focus of continuous improvement in the HR organization at DCCCD. Project Plan Methodology Methodology Roadmap to Results Solution that matches goal Overall Journey Roadmap 360 Review Final Report and Lessons Learned Roadmap to Results Phase 1: Conception & Initiation Phase 3: Launch Phase 4: Performance Phase 5: Project Closeout Phase 2: Definition & Planning CCMC will do a discovery session to gain greater understanding of needs, further share the approach, and explain the benefits of additional services. With District’s approval the scope statement will be finalized. With the definition of scope, we will complete the contracting process and update the project plan accordingly. The project plan will be updated based on the defined scope, DCCCD will sign off on the timeline and the Launch Phase kickoff will be scheduled. We will establish the project status reporting, risk/issue tracking and the project Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to display progress. Gain a foundation of DCCCD HR. Using focus groups, desk reviews, surveys, and additional measures defined in scope We will also complete all applications/systems review and meet with IT to understand utilization and identify any out-of-the-box reports. Through initial interviews with District executives, college Presidents (7) and HR Directors (7), we will gain an understanding of their perspective of HR services. To complete the phase, we will do a report out of initial findings for each of the 13 functions. COLLEGE REVIEW For each college, the President and HR Executive Director will kickoff the project at the campus.
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Transcript: Economies of Scope (related) Corporate Reasons for diversification 6) Business Restructuring Cost Leadership New Geographic Market Directions vs. modes for growth: The where and the how to grow Business Restructuring Corporate Level Strategy Market power (related) 1. What businesses should the firm be in? 2. How should the corporate office manage the array of business units? Strategy and Competition COMM 401-Winter 2015 Business Same Business Honda has developed and transferred across its businesses its expertise in small and larger engines: 1) automobile 4) Motorcycle 2) Garden equipment 5) Marine engines 3) Personal watercraft 6) Power generators 7) Artificial intelligence/robotics research (ASIMO) Topic Four: Corporate Level Strategy New Geographic Market Upstream or Downstream Financial economies (Unrelated) Pizza Hut as a differentiated product, it needs to invest more in term of innovation and new products; therefore, Pizza Hut is using the help of external agencies to boost their innovation Different Business Alliances Transferring Core Competencies 3) Blocking Competitors INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION Hotel Saint-Barth Isle de France Mergers & Acquisitions 5) Efficient Internal Capital Market Allocation Value-Creating Diversification Alliances Value-Creating Diversification Internal Growth Internal Growth Value-Creating Diversification 2) Transferring Core Competencies Corporate Strategy concerns 2 key questions: Mergers & Acquisitions 4) Vertical Integration Corporate-level strategy specifies actions a firm takes to gain a competitive advantage by selecting & managing a group of different businesses competing in different product markets More Stores in France No clue Differentiation Yves Saint Laurent to sell more bags in France Directions vs. modes for growth In 2004, Onex restructured some of Boeing Commercial Airplanes' manufacturing facilities into Spirit AeroSystems. They sold it in late 2006. Upstream or Downstream Innovation 1) Sharing Activities Different Business Tactics Same Business BUSINESS GROWTH Related Constrained corporate level strategy Function: unified supply chain system Bread Pudding Pizza Hut Lines of businesses to allocate financial resources toward attractive industries : Mobile telephony Travel and tourism Financial services Leisure and pleasure Transportation Social and environment Music Holidays Shopping Media Publishing Retailing VERTICAL INTEGRATION Congee Breakfast menu, KFC Dr. Abdulrahman Chikhouni UNRELATED DIVERSIFICATION JV to produce fabrics Microsoft is diversifying to the Tablet industry to compete against Google and Apple and to increase its market power by forward integration Jewelry by acquiring the Italian La Fabrique du Temps Bread Pudding, Pizza Hut Congee, breakfast menu, KFC Marc Jacobs (US) to design limited edition bags Leather processing Suhali Entering China Bread Pudding, Pizza Hut Congee, breakfast menu, KFC Merger with Acquisition of other brands in France REGATE watch
Transcript: By: Kasey, Stacy & Kayla Weaknesses Strengths new terminology Jargon - special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand. Pedagogy - the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept. Vernacular - the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a particular country or region. Semantic - relating to meaning in language or logic. Multilingualism - the use of two or more languages A Day Without English Is A Day Without Sunshine Introduction: Short of specific C examples of language opening sentence is not very helpful Concept is not explained or expanded The analytical emphasis begins to go off topic in the fifth paragraph Language planning policies are not clear Wrong use of vocabulary Conclusion Relevant issues were linked with a wider study of the topic by means of a discursive approach taken by the candidate. detailed examination of the language used throughout content, style and tone are all included within the first paragraph. Linguistic details are paid special attention to. Insightful analysis of the language is taken. The main reason why we chose to break down the level C example candidate response: - It has many strengths, weakness, as well as new terminology that helps us to know what to do and what not to do when we take the exam. C Level Candidate Response Presentation
Transcript: Project Level C. Childhood Diseases By: Brendan T. Works Cited: Chicken Pox http://children.webmd.com/features/childhood-illnesses-get-the-facts Gastroenteritis The flu is an infection of the nose, sinuses, throat, and ears. Some symptoms are runny nose, coughs, fever, and sore throat. The virus is spread by sneezing, or coughing, or the germ can just be on anything and can be touched. Paracetamol is needed to heal the flu and you should still see a doctor. Anyone from any age can get the flu. IMpetigo Scarlet Fever Hand, Foot, and mouth disease Gastroenteritis is a stomach infection that can be caused by bacteria or a virus. It causes vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pains, and occasionally, fevers. It can be healed by antibiotics if the infection is by a bacteria. If that doesn't help, go see a doctor (you should do both, but I would see a doctor first). Children of any age can get it and it's spread by touching someone with the illness, eating bad food, or swimming in water containing the germ. Scarlet Fever is a highly contagious infection that starts with a throat or skin infection and then leads to a fever, flushed face, and a big rash that is spread across the body. The rash should feel rough, and may be itchy. You can get it by touching infected people, or touching infected things. It is caused by a bacteria called A Streptococcus. The only way to cure scarlet fever is by seeing a doctor and make him prescribe you with antibiotics. Hand, foot, and mouth disease is a childhood disease that children usually would catch around when they're 10 years old or younger. It causes non-itchy rashes on the child's palms, soles, and sometimes, buttocks. It also causes mouth ulcers and the child may say he/she doesn't feel good. It is caused by a virus called coxsackievirus A16. This virus usually goes around in Summer and Fall. The treatment is paracetamol. Impetigo is a highly contagious skin infection caused by bacteria. A child can get it by touching anything with the germ on it. It can happen from kids 5-14 to kids 4 and under. Small red dots appear on the face and usually, merge. Fluid comes out of the bumps, causing a gold color to cover the cluster of bumps. Antibacterial cream may be enough, but you should see a doctor and don't let your kid go to school until he/she shows no sign of impetigo. http://www.familytime.co.uk/parenting/10_common_childhood_illnesses_and_how_to_treat_them Chicken Pox is a very contagious disease, and is usually caught by children ten years old and under. Usually, children catch chicken pox by inhaling droplets of the virus, or by touching the clothes of someone who has had chicken pox. Chicken pox usually causes high fever, headaches, and a red rash before forming itchy red bumps full of fluid. The cure for this illness is a medicine called Paracetamol. Flu http://www.essentialkids.com.au/health/family-health/the-az-of-common-illnesses-in-school-children-20111101-1msw1.html
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