Powerpoint about threats against WLANs and the weaknesses of the IEEE 802.11 security protocols


From Case Project 8-6: Lake Point Security Consulting:”Lake Point Consulting Services (LPCS) provides security consulting and assurance services to over 500 clients across a wide range of enterprises in more than 20 states. A new initiative at LPCS is for each of its seven regional offices to provide internships to students who are intheir final year of the security degree program at the local college.Pomodoro Fresco is a regional Italian pizza chain that provides free open wireless access to its customers and secure wireless access for its staff. However, Pomodoro Fresco is concerned about the security of the WLAN. They have asked LPCS to make a presentation about wireless attacks and their options for security. LPCS has asked you to help them in the presentation.Create a PowerPoint presentation for the staff about the threats against WLANs and the weaknesses of the IEEE 802.11 security protocols. Also, include information about the more secure WPA2. Your presentation should contain at least 10 slides” (Ciampa 368-369).You will create a PowerPoint presentation for a fictitious company regarding wireless security. Carefully read the case project statement and step number 1 to ensure you cover all of the requested topics. Refer to Tech Republic Article about Powerpoint (Links to an external site.) for proper use of developing presentations in PowerPoint. I expect to see:a few bulleted items on at least one slideat least one applicable graphics (charts, graphs, clipart) to make the presentation interestingyou should have an introduction slidea conclusion slidea slide for the list of your sourcestotal of 10 to 20 slides (includes Introduction slide, Conclusion slide and Sources slide)Information technology specialists always need to be prepared to talk about technology to those who are not versed in the subject. This assignment gives you practice in doing just that without having to speak in front of anyone. This assignment is the slide show built to present to this company. It shows you know how to use PowerPoint or any other similar presentation software. Again, you will not be presenting this material, you will only be turning in the presentation slides. RubricPresentation Grading RubricPresentation Grading RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent50.0 to >40.0 ptsPresentation provides an accurate and complete explanation of key concepts and theories, drawing upon relevant literature. Speaker’s notes enable an understanding of the material.40.0 to >30.0 ptsFor the most part, explanations of concepts and theories are accurate and complete. Speaker’s notes show some knowledge of the topic.30.0 to >20.0 ptsExplanations of concepts and/or theories are inaccurate or incomplete. Little attempt is made to tie theory to practice. Speaker’s notes have little detail.20.0 to >0 ptsNo reference is made to literature or theory. No speaker’s notes. No Marks50.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization25.0 to >16.0 ptsPresentation presents information in logical, interesting sequence which audience can follow. Ideas well reinforced with examples from the literature. Full Marks16.0 to >12.0 ptsPresentation presents information in logical sequence which audience can follow. Could use more examples to support ideas.12.0 to >8.0 ptsAudience has difficulty following presentation because it jumps around. Few supportive examples.8.0 to >0 ptsAudience cannot understand presentation because there is no consistent flow of information.25.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeVisual Aids15.0 to >10.0 ptsPresentation’s graphics explain and reinforce screen text and presentation. ks10.0 to >5.0 ptsPresentation occasionally uses graphics that rarely support text and presentation.5.0 to >0 ptsPresentation uses superfluous graphics or no graphics.15.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDocumentation/Grammar10.0 to >5.0 ptsAll/most sources of facts and examples fully documented and mentioned in the presentation.5.0 to >0.0 ptsSome sources of facts and examples documented and mentioned in the talk.0.0 ptsNo sources of facts and examples documented and mentioned in the talk.10.0 ptsTotal Points: 100.0PreviousNext

complete three major items: a cover letter, a resume, and a professional strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis.


InstructionsThis assignment provides you with an opportunity to complete three major
items: a cover letter, a resume, and a professional strengths, weaknesses,
opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis. The cover letter should be a
three-paragraph memo that has been tailored to a specific job that interests
you. The resume should adhere to the steps outlined in the attachments. The details within the resume must be current with all relevant and
up-to-date information. The SWOT analysis should address your professional
strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Bullet points are acceptable
for the resume and SWOT analysis; however, they must be detailed. Again, the
cover letter must include three paragraphs. Also, the resume must be at least
one page, and the SWOT analysis must thoroughly address each of the four parts
of the analysis. Be sure to have the major items in the proper sequence: first,
the cover letter; then, the resume; and finally, the SWOT analysis. Format
each major item as you wish; however, be sure the details are professional
and legible. Save all three within one word-processing document