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 monitoring  technical

Module 2 – SLP  –       due 28 OCT


The  following example demonstrates how to apply continuous  monitoring  technical reference model to a particular risk management  domain. Please  read the following article and identify a few key  lessons learned from  it in relation to what principles and methods you  have learned in the  case assignment.

NIST (2011). Applying the Continuous Monitoring Technical Reference Model to the Asset, Configuration, and Vulnerability Management Domains.

Practicing  continuous monitoring fundamentals, processes, etc. to  one’s own  experiences offers an opportunity to apply what you’ve  learned to the  real world. Can you choose a particular information  system security  domain of your organization or industry and apply what  you learned from  the case readings and SLP examples? You can choose to  assess  comprehensively, or you can choose not to cover all the aspects  of  continuous monitoring but focus on two or three major perspectives  and  go much more in depth. You can choose the same security domain in  the  previous SLP assignment in this course, or start with a new one.

SLP Assignment Expectations

Please write a 2- to 5-page paper titled:

“Continuous  Monitoring for ______ (your chosen information  system security domain  in your chosen organization/industry):  Challenges and Solutions”

Please address the following issues:

  1. Special  requirements of continuous monitoring in your chosen  information system  security domain in your chosen organization/industry  if there are any.
  2. Two or three major perspectives of continuous monitoring that you choose to go in depth to discuss.
  3. One or two major lessons learned from the example that you’d like to apply in your own continuous monitoring issue here.
  4. Key challenges and solutions of continuous monitoring.