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A. Describe the problems Company A has with network security and infrastructure using details from one or more of the “Company A Organizational Chart,” “Company A Risk Analysis,” and “Company A Visio Diagram” supporting documents.
B. [Intentionally left blank. Not part of the Assessment]
Note: This assessment requires you to submit pictures, graphics, and/or diagrams. Each file must be a supporting document no larger than 30 MB in size. Diagrams must be original and may be hand-drawn or drawn using a graphics program. Do not use CAD programs because the file will be too large. Your final network drawing should be saved in *.vsd format using Microsoft Visio or a similar software tool.
C. Describe the potential impact of two network security or infrastructure problems of Company B using details from the outputs of Zenmap and OpenVas (see supporting documents below), including rationale for each problem.
D. Provide a network topology diagram using Microsoft Visio or a similar software tool that represents the proposed merging requirements from the scenario of Company A and Company B, including remediation of all existing infrastructure problems described in part A and part C.
Please follow the web link listed below to download a free student version of Visio Professional 2019.
E. Identify which layer of the OSI model and layer of the TCP/IP protocol stack apply to each component in the merged network topology diagram.
F. Justify the retention or deletion of four existing components as suggested in your proposed network topology diagram. Include how each component’s retention or deletion and any newly required additions to the network address both security concerns and budgetary restrictions found in the scenario.
G. Explain how two secure network design principles are included in your proposed merged network topology diagram.
H. Describe two secure hardware and/or software components integrated into the proposed network topology and how each component will address the security needs of the merged organization.
I. Explain how the proposed network topology diagram for the merged organization addresses security safeguards based on a regulatory compliance requirement.
J. Explain a security threat and one potential network problem that would become a risk as part of the implementation of the proposed network topology diagram, including why each would become a risk.
K. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
L. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.
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