executive summary report

There are 3 task that need to be completed.

Task 1

Tasks

  • Write an executive summary report that summarizes your learning in Tasks 1–4 of Project Part 1.

Submission Requirements

  • Format: Microsoft Word or compatible
  • Font: Arial, 12-point, double-space
  • Citation Style: APA
  • Length: 2–3 pages

Self-Assessment Checklist for Project Part 1: Executive Summary

  • I outlined significant threats to Linux and assessed the feasibility of Linux and an open source infrastructure in handling the security demands of an online banking environment.
  • I summarized server virtualization technology, the types of servers (file, Web, database, etc.) that virtualization can support, and at least two open source virtualization platforms that support Linux.
  • I summarized recommendations for open source server solutions.
  • I summarized the benefits of creating group accounts for users with different permissions requirements and managing user account access.
  • I followed the submission guidelines.

Task 2

Scenario

At First World Bank Savings and Loan, a group of Web administrators need to manage the Web servers. A group of Linux administrators need to manage user accounts and general system maintenance, while the security analyst needs access to read log files. You need to design an account policy for granting user access permissions to these users.

Tasks

  • Summarize an account policy for all types of users in the scenario based on the principle of least privilege.
  • Describe special permissions required to create user or group accounts.

Submission Requirements

  • Format: Microsoft Word or compatible
  • Font: Arial, 12-point, double-space
  • Citation Style: APA
  • Length: 1–2 pages for the project task

Self-Assessment Checklist

  • I created an account policy for all types of users in the scenario based on the principle of least privilege.
  • I described special permissions that may be required to create user or group accounts based on the scenario.
  • I followed the submission guidelines.

Task 3

Lesson 3 Project: Part 2 Task 1 – Secure File Storage Server

Scenario

First World Bank Savings and Loan employees maintain customer confidential data located in the local area network (LAN). Some highly confidential customer data is in Portable Document Format (PDF) format and may only be read, not modified, by most employees.

Tasks

  • Design and describe a file storage server solution for Linux that allows files to be read but not modified.

Submission Requirements

  • Format: Microsoft Word or compatible
  • Font: Arial, 12-point, double-space
  • Citation Style: APA
  • Length: 1–2 pages

Self-Assessment Checklist

  • I explained how a Linux server can read data from a secure server in the local network.
  • I described Linux filesystem mounting options and the implications of selecting read-write versus read-only options.
  • I followed the submission guideline
Reference no: EM132069492

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