Building an Access Control System

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BUILDING AN ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
SHEENA TAYLOR
PROFESSOR HOSKINS
CIS210
SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2012

PROJECT OBJECTIVE
As a colleague of the Information Security team at a small college, you have been made the project manager to install an access control system (ACS) in a dormitory. The ACS will automatically unlock the dormitory doors via an electronic proximity reader and integrate with an existing security camera system. The cameras are designed to face and rotate to record a person as they use their identification card to unlock the door. DELIVERABLES Well-trained employees

Improved skills
Increased performance
MILESTONES
A process to inform new participants and get them up to speed is in place. An analysis to ensure that alternatives do not have fatal flaws is completed. Procedures to develop and review scientific data are agreed upon. (These procedures can enhance credibility with key parties and appropriate institutions.) Milestone in the history of the school has been reached. TERMINOLOGY

-Basics of Developing Mission, Vision and Values Statements
1. Basically, the mission statement describes the overall purpose of the job. 2. When wording the mission statement, consider the organization's products, services, markets, values, and concern for public image, and maybe priorities of activities for survival. 3. Consider any changes that may be needed in wording of the mission statement because of any new suggested strategies during a recent strategic planning process. -The vision statement includes vivid description of the organization as it effectively carries out its operations.

1. Note that originally, the vision was a compelling description of the state and function of the organization once it had implemented the strategic plan, for example, a very attractive image toward which the organization was attracted and guided by the strategic plan. Recently, the vision has become more of a motivational tool, too often including highly idealistic phrasing and activities which the organization cannot realistically seek. -Values represent the core priorities in the organization’s culture, including what drives members’ priorities and how they truly act in the organization. Values are progressively important in strategic planning. They often drive the intent and direction for “organic” planners.

1. Incorporate into the strategic plan, actions to arrange in a line actual behavior with five approaches: -Macroeconomic Analysis
-The Macroeconomic Analysis part is responsible for analysis, forecasting, research regarding the United States economic activity, and labor markets. The section also conducts research on consumption and saving, housing, business investment in equipment, structures, and inventories, labor supply, productivity, wage- and price-setting, and business cycles. -Industry Analysis

- A market assessment tool designed to provide a business with an idea of the complexity of a particular industry. Industry analysis involves reviewing the economic, political and market factors that influence the way the industry develops.

- Industry analysis is a market strategy tool used by businesses to determine if they want to enter a product or service market. Company management must carefully analyze several aspects of the industry to determine if they can make a profit selling goods and services in the market. Analyzing economic factors, supply and demand, competitors, future conditions and government regulations will help management decide whether to enter an industry or invest money somewhere else. The word "Strategy" I think is usually associated with activities and decisions concerning the long-term interaction of an organization with its own environment. - Although While competitive-based and product-based strategy formulation generally makes markets and the customers the starting point for the study the resource-based approach tends to place more emphasis on the...
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