Part 1: A Significant Problem

Based on your learning and exploration to date, decide on what you believe to be an important area for research—an area in which important improvements need to be made and where you can discover better techniques for success. Provide a brief introduction, then describe the general problem area, utilizing at least two scholarly sources to support your reasoning. Next, detail the specific area of concern with two further scholarly sources. Conclude by identifying who might care about this problem, this could be organizations or persons in specific positions or roles.

Support this first part of the assignment 5 recent (within the past five years) scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included. Do not exceed 2 pages, 1.5 pages would be better.

Part 2 Cybersecurity Overview

Carefully prepare an outline before you write this assignment. Your objective is to review (a) the entire cybersecurity arena while adding an emphasis on (b) communication and network security and (c) security assessment plus testing.

For this second part: use no fewer than 4 additional scholarly resources and provide no fewer than 4.5 pages of quality content.

Required Readings:

Brown, T. (2015). A primer on data security. CPA Journal, 85(5), 58-62.

Hagestad, B., & Straumann, A. (2017). Commentary: Collaborating to achieve a mutual cybersecurity advantage. Biomedical Instrumentation…

Hennig, N. (2018). Privacy and security online: Best practices for cybersecurity. Library Technology Reports, 54(3), 1-37.

Kosseff, J. (2018). Defining cybersecurity law. Iowa Law Review, 103(3), 985-1031.

Parekh, G., DeLatte, D., Herman, G. L., Oliva, L., Phatak, D., Scheponik, T., & Sherman, A. T. (2018). Identifying core concepts of cybersecurity…

Shackelford, S. J. (2016). Business and cyber peace: We need you! Business Horizons, 59, 539-548. doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2016.03.015

Vargas, W. (2017). Cybersecurity standards are standing up to the bad actors. Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology, 51(s6), 7-8.