You have been hired as part of the network security team at UMUC. After completing orientation and training, your manager calls you into a meeting to discuss your first project.
The university has completed the implementation of the leased building in Adelphi, Maryland. The university realizes it needs to secure the faculty, students, and visitors network and data. With your background and skills, the university is looking to you for guidance. In addition to helping the university secure its network, you are required to obtain your CompTIA Security+ certification within 60-days of being hired.
As you will recall, the university leased building in Adelphi, Maryland was designed and implemented via the following layout:
You’ve been asked to perform network security analysis and planning, secure the boundary devices, hosts, and software; and secure the data at rest and in transit. Your deliverable should explain the requirement, propose a solution, and justify the solution. You should make use of the TestOut LabSim material to create the task, and study for CompTIA Security+ certification. You should also make use of other sources as required. It is important that your deliverable explain the technical issues in layman’s terms. Before you begin, make sure to review the Network Security Proposal (Parts 1-3)
Use this template as a guide while creating your Network Security Proposal (Parts 1-3).
Include at least two scholarly references in each of the three submissions. Thus, a total of six scholarly references will be included in total. Students may find scholarly sources by visiting UMUC’s library and online sources. Students will also include other credible sources as appropriate.
Use . We do not use APA or MLA-style citations. Students should contact UMUC’s Effective Writing Center for assistance.
Use proper terminology and expand acronyms in each paragraph they are used. For example, the first time in a paragraph an acronym is used it should be expanded (e.g., University of Maryland University College (UMUC). Thereafter, and as long as you are in the same paragraph, the acronym (e.g., UMUC) can be used. When starting a new paragraph, the rule begins anew.
The use of figures and diagrams is encouraged. Students will properly cite the figures and diagrams according to the .