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1. Identify common issues related to IT security and apply a range of solutions.
I have read and understood the instructions for exam given above. I understand that I will be given zero marks and will be reported to the disciplinary committee if I am found cheating or engaging in any unfair practice.
Read the following case study and answer the questions following it.
Auckland EZ hotel is a 4-star hotel located near Britomart. The hotel has the following IT systems in place to manage the hotel -
1. An employee management system – this handles the employees’ work schedules, attendance, payroll, leave and other human resource processes
2. A customer management system – this handles the hotel guests’ processes like reservations, restaurant orders, room service requests and payments
Owing to the recent security breaches at popular hotel chains like Hyatt, Hilton and Starwood Hotels (”How Hotel Cybersecurity”, 2017) the CIO of Auckland EZ has hired you as an IT security consultant to improve the hotel’s information security. The hotel is concerned about the safety of their IT systems and would like to have policies and strategies in place to protect the integrity and safety of their data. Work through the following tasks to improve Auckland EZ hotel’s IT security compliance.
Task 1: Identify and explain the threats that need to be considered while improving the hotel’s IT
Task 2: Explain with relevant examples the steps needed to address and measure the risks faced by Auckland EZ hotel’s IT systems
Here is some additional information for the next two tasks:
One day at work the IT helpdesk operator informs you that the computers at the hotel have been behaving strangely since the morning and he would like to have your opinion about it. Upon investigating you learn that some of the hotel employees encountered problems like freezing of computer and loss of data after opening an email attachment.
Task 3: Explain few approaches that Auckland EZ should follow to prevent such security breaches in the future
Task 4: Explain the process that needs to be followed to recover from such security incidences in the future
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