Corporate profile: part 2 (cybersecurity risk profile) kim wood

Provided an excellent introduction which identified the company being profiled and included a brief overview of the company (may reuse narrative from Part 1 of this assignment). Appropriately used information from 3 or more authoritative sources.

Provided an outstanding introduction which identified the company being profiled and included a brief overview of the company (may reuse narrative from Part 1 of this assignment). Appropriately used information from 2 or more authoritative sources.

Provided an introduction which identified the company being profiled and included a brief overview of the company (may reuse narrative from Part 1 of this assignment). Appropriately used information from authoritative sources.

Provided an introduction to the company but the section lacked some required details. Information from authoritative sources was cited and used in the overview.

Attempted to provide an introduction to the company but this section lacked detail and/or was not well supported by information drawn from authoritative sources. 

The introduction section was missing or did not clearly identify the company.

Provided an excellent summary of the sources, potential impacts, and planned mitigation approach/strategy for cyberspace and/or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the Risk Section of the company’s annual report.

Provided an outstanding summary of the sources, potential impacts, and planned mitigation approach/strategy for cyberspace and/or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the Risk Section of the company’s annual report. Appropriately used and cited information from 3 or more authoritative sources.

Provided a summary of the sources, potential impacts, and planned mitigation approach/strategy for cyberspace and/or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the Risk Section of the company’s annual report. Appropriately used and cited information from 2 or more authoritative sources.

Provided a summary of the sources, potential impacts, and planned mitigation approach/strategy for cyberspace and/or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the Risk Section of the company’s annual report. Appropriately used and cited information from authoritative sources.

Provided a discussion of the cybersecurity risks that the company faces. The discussion lacked detail and/or was not well supported by information drawn from authoritative sources.

Risk discussion was missing or off topic.

Provided a complete, concise, and thorough Risk Register (columns 1 and 2 of table) for 10 or more cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the company’s annual report. (Risk ID was numeric sequence # or short title suitable for cross-referencing.)

Provided a complete, concise, and thorough Risk Register (columns 1 and 2 of table) for 8 or more cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the company’s annual report. (Risk ID was numeric sequence # or short title suitable for cross-referencing.)

Provided a completed Risk Register (columns 1 and 2 of table) for 5 or more cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the company’s annual report. (Risk ID was numeric sequence # or short title suitable for cross-referencing.)

Provided a completed Risk Register (columns 1 and 2 of table) for at least three cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks which the company faces.

Attempted to complete the Risk Register (columns 1 and 2 of table) for 3 or more entries but information about the risks was lacking details and/or the risk register contained an in appropriate or excessive amount of “copied” information.

Did not complete 3 or more entries in the Risk Register.

Provided a complete, concise, and thorough Risk Mitigation Approach with Recommendation Security Controls by family (column 3 of table) for 10 or more cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the company’s annual report.

Provided a complete, concise, and thoroughRisk Mitigation Approach with Recommendation Security Controls by family (column 3 of table) for 8 or more cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the company’s annual report.

Provided a completed Risk Mitigation Approach with Recommendation Security Controls by family (column 3 of table) for 5 or more cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks as identified in the company’s annual report.

Provided a completed Risk Mitigation Approach with Recommendation Security Controls by family (column 3 of table) for at least three cyberspace or cybersecurity related risks which the company faces.

Attempted to complete the Risk Mitigation Approach with Recommendation Security Controls by family (column 3 of table) for 3 or more entries but information about risk mitigation was lacking details and/or was not well supported by information drawn from authoritative sources.

Did not complete 3 or more entries in the Risk Mitigation Approach column of the table.

Demonstrated excellence in the integration of standard cybersecurity terminology into the case study.

Provided an outstanding integration of standard cybersecurity terminology into the case study.

Integrated standard cybersecurity terminology into the into the case study

Used standard cybersecurity terminology but this usage was not well integrated with the discussion.

Misused standard cybersecurity terminology.

Did not integrate standard cybersecurity terminology into the discussion.

Work contains a reference list containing entries for all cited resources. Reference list entries and in-text citations are correctly formatted using the appropriate APA style for each type of resource.

Work contains a reference list containing entries for all cited resources. One or two minor errors in APA format for in-text citations and/or reference list entries.

Work contains a reference list containing entries for all cited resources. No more than 3 minor errors in APA format for in-text citations and/or reference list entries.

Work has no more than three paragraphs with omissions of citations crediting sources for facts and information. Work contains a reference list containing entries for cited resources. Work contains no more than 5 minor errors in APA format for in-text citations and/or reference list entries.

Work attempts to credit sources but demonstrates a fundamental failure to understand and apply the APA formatting standard as defined in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.).

Reference list is missing. Work demonstrates an overall failure to incorporate and/or credit authoritative sources for information used in the paper.

Submitted work shows outstanding organization and the use of color, fonts, titles, headings and sub-headings, etc. is appropriate to the assignment type.

Submitted work has minor style or formatting flaws but still presents a professional appearance. Submitted work is well organized and appropriately uses color, fonts, and section headings (per the assignment’s directions).

Organization and/or appearance of submitted work could be improved through better use of fonts, color, titles, headings, etc. OR Submitted work has multiple style or formatting errors. Professional appearance could be improved.

Submitted work has multiple style or formatting errors. Organization and professional appearance need substantial improvement.

Submitted work meets minimum requirements but has major style and formatting errors. Work is disorganized and needs to be rewritten for readability and professional appearance.

Submitted work is poorly organized and formatted. Writing and presentation are lacking in professional style and appearance. Work does not reflect college level writing skills.

No formatting, grammar, spelling, or punctuation errors.

Work contains minor errors in formatting, grammar, spelling or punctuation which do not significantly impact professional appearance.

Errors in formatting, spelling, grammar, or punctuation which detract from professional appearance of the submitted work.

Submitted work has numerous errors in formatting, spelling, grammar, or punctuation. Work is unprofessional in appearance.

Submitted work is difficult to read / understand and has significant errors in formatting, spelling, grammar, punctuation, or word usage.

Submitted work is poorly executed OR does not reflect college level work.

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