Riordan Sr-Rm-013

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Riordan SR-RM-013

Riordan SR-RM-013

Hector, Victor, Ricardo, Jesse, Ismael

University of Phoenix

Abstract

Preventing attacks on your networks can be something that is stressful and very time consuming. Riordan has a Service request (SR-rm-013) in which the company shows concern about various security aspects within the company and the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley. Multiple different aspects of the company’s current security structure should be revised and updated to meet the standards of Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

Riordan SR-RM-013

Technology has been growing for the past years. With most of the world population relying on smart phones, computers, tablets for day to day operations, making it easier for one to multitask, it also makes it easier for people with bad intentions to get ahold of information that one wouldn’t want shared. Riordan being a manufacture for multiple products like plastic, heart valves, among others, has become concerned with recent talks about the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. This act also known as “Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act” is in short words, enhanced standards for all United States Company to provide accurate of financial information. The company would like to know and conduct security reviews and recommend security issues within the company regarding network, data, and web security issues.

Antivirus

As said by Roger Thompson, chief research officer of AVG, rouge antivirus products are common” The Bad guys are clearly making money at it”. Who hasn’t seen those much hated pop ups stating your computer is infected and needs a scan? Who now is silly enough to actually click on those? One would be surprised. Given that this article was written in 2009, it is still very relevant, and it seems like the more and more we still can’t seem to slow down those pop ups. Although now it seems like those pop ups come out of nowhere without you...
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