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Riordan Manufacturing Physical and Network Security
Team B
Sean Burnett, Audrey Clarke, Rick Hamby, John Robinson, Rick Garcia University of Phoenix
CMGT/441
May 29, 2013
Levi Royster

Riordan Manufacturing Physical and Network Security
Overview
Riordan currently operates four manufacturing plants; three located in the United States (San Jose, California; Pontiac, Michigan; and Albany, Georgia) and one overseas (Hang Zhou, China). Each plant contains the same basic departments, to include Sales and Marketing, Operations, Finance and Accounting, Information Technology, Legal, and Human Resources (Apollo Group, 2006). However, the problems lies within all four plants Sales and Marketing, Operations, Finance and Accounting, and Human Resources departments, which have outdated and unconsolidated systems. Introduction

This paper is to outline Riordan Manufacturing’s existing Information Security Systems, determine their weaknesses, and develop solutions to those weaknesses by addressing security issues in the areas of physical, network, data, and the web. *

PHYSICAL SECURITY ISSUES/CONCERNS

Current Specifications

Recommendations

Badge Access Control System

Alarm System

Security Patrols

NETWORK SECURITY ISSUES/CONCERNS
Current Specifications
Recommendations
Cisco ASA 5500 series
Disaster Recovery Plan
Intrusion Detection and Prevention System

DATA SECURITY ISSUES/CONCERNS
Current Specifications
Recommendations
Strategy and Risk Assessment
Upgrade of Physical Security Components
Practice Computer and Network Security

WEB SECURITY ISSUES/CONCERNS
Current Specifications
Recommendations
Computer Database
Total Defense Security
Identity Protection and Verification
Secure Socket Layer Certificate

BUSINESS CONTINUITY ISSUES/CONCERNS
Current Specifications
Recommendations
Location
Backup and Recovery...