Emerging threats and countermeasures | Information Systems homework help

Emerging threats and countermeasures | Information Systems homework help

  
· How defense-in-depth (chapter 6) and awareness (chapter 10) are complimentary techniques to detect emerging threats and strengthen countermeasures
· Cited sources must directly support your paper (i.e. not incidental references)
· At least 500 words in length (but NOT longer than 1000 words)
· Originality report should be at least 35% or less.
Admin Notes:
APA Paper Formatting guidelines
1.Title page
2.Abstract
3.Body
4.Text citation and references  
 
Please refer to the attached textbook for chapters 6 and 10!!

Anova and t test | Information Systems homework help

Anova and t test | Information Systems homework help

Given the yearly sales in yearly_sales .csv file, complete the following:Show all the descriptive statistics of sales_total, including its standard deviation and variance. Correlation of number_of_order to sales_total.Plot the scatter graph of number_of_order to sales_total.Perform linear regression of number_of_order to sales_total.Draw the line of best fit (abline) over your graph.Perform T test as shown below and show your conclusion.Perform ANOVA test as shown below and show your conclusion.
T test
This is to test for the mean of one group; here we have sale_total. t.test(sales_total, mu = 249) # R command for t testH0: mu = 249 # null hypothesisH1: mu ≠ 249 # alternative hypothesis
Rejection level = 0.05 (implies 95% confidence level) Do not Reject H0 if p-value is <= 0.05Reject H0 if p-value is > 0.05
ANOVA test
ANOVA is used to test the equality of mean for two groups; here we have Male and Female.anova(lm(data = myData, sales_total ~ factor(gender))) # R command for ANOVA test. H0: There is significant difference between Male and Female sales_total.H1: There is no significant difference between Male and Female sales_total.
Rejection level = 0.05 (implies 95% confidence level)

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7 lab – business recovery plan management of information systems

7 lab – business recovery plan management of information systems

  
Business Recovery Plan
Record today’s date.
You established a small shop that manufactures a single product that you sell by mail.  You purchase raw materials from several vendors and employ five full-time employees. 
For what types of disasters would you need to create a business recovery plan?  Ideas may be found at http://www.ready.gov/be-informed. 
What parts and processes of your business would you duplicate offsite in order to recover swiftly after a disaster?
What do you conclude about the economic feasibility of a fully implemented disaster recovery plan for your business?