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For this task, you will use the attached “Healthy Body Wellness Center Case Stud

For this task, you will use the attached “Healthy Body Wellness Center Case Study,” “Healthy Body Wellness Center Security Assessment Report,” and the “Business Requirements Document Template” to analyze, assess, and prioritize existing threats to the current architecture and design technical specifications to address identified threats.

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For this task, you will use the attached “Healthy Body Wellness Center Case Stud

For this task, you will use the attached “Healthy Body Wellness Center Case Study,” “Healthy Body Wellness Center Security Assessment Report,” and the “Business Requirements Document Template” to analyze, assess, and prioritize existing threats to the current architecture and design technical specifications to address identified threats.

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You are the Chief Information Security Officer in your organization. Several mem

You are the Chief Information Security Officer in your organization. Several members of the technology committee of the board of directors were recently informed of the cyberattacks at the University of Calgary (ransomware) and Capital One (breach). Before the next board of directors meeting, they would like a short discussion on lessons from both incidents that can be used to improve the cybersecurity defenses at your chosen organization. Study the information from the sources linked below and others that you may find on both incidents and prepare a concise document answering their questions. Include a perspective on the impact of the incidents on the wider cybersecurity field.
Cohen, Naor, and Catherine Heggerud. “Cyber Attack at the University of Calgary.” Ivey Publishing, 2021.
McLean, Rob. “A Hacker Gained Access to 100 million Capital One Credit Card Applications and Accounts.” CNN Business, July 30, 2019.
– https://edition.cnn.com/2019/07/29/business/capital-one-data-breach/index.html
“Capital One Announces Data Security Incident.” Capital One, July 29, 2019.
– https://www.capitalone.com/about/newsroom/capital-one-announces-data-security-incident/
Submission instructions: Your document should be a minimum of 500 words. Save your document as a Word document or a PDF and share it as an attachment in this discussion forum. Read your peers’ contributions and reply to at least one with thoughtful comments to deepen the discussion.

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You are the Chief Information Security Officer in your organization. Several mem

You are the Chief Information Security Officer in your organization. Several members of the technology committee of the board of directors were recently informed of the cyberattacks at the University of Calgary (ransomware) and Capital One (breach). Before the next board of directors meeting, they would like a short discussion on lessons from both incidents that can be used to improve the cybersecurity defenses at your chosen organization. Study the information from the sources linked below and others that you may find on both incidents and prepare a concise document answering their questions. Include a perspective on the impact of the incidents on the wider cybersecurity field.
Cohen, Naor, and Catherine Heggerud. “Cyber Attack at the University of Calgary.” Ivey Publishing, 2021.
McLean, Rob. “A Hacker Gained Access to 100 million Capital One Credit Card Applications and Accounts.” CNN Business, July 30, 2019.
– https://edition.cnn.com/2019/07/29/business/capital-one-data-breach/index.html
“Capital One Announces Data Security Incident.” Capital One, July 29, 2019.
– https://www.capitalone.com/about/newsroom/capital-one-announces-data-security-incident/
Submission instructions: Your document should be a minimum of 500 words. Save your document as a Word document or a PDF and share it as an attachment in this discussion forum. Read your peers’ contributions and reply to at least one with thoughtful comments to deepen the discussion.

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After watching the Python video up through 3:36:05 and after reviewing the Pytho

After watching the Python video up through 3:36:05 and after reviewing the Python Module Index, how would you describe functions, classes, and modules within Python?
Your answer should be in your own words, not copied and pasted.
Your answer should be approximately 300 words in length.

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When we went back to the main room we all presented our answers and it was really fulfilling to listen to every group’s presentation and way of thinking/working.

change completely the paper im sending because this is a friends so it cant look like the one im sending and if you could add some extra info that will be nice :
n this week’s meeting we got to attend a data visualization workshop. It was truly interesting and enlightening to me because I only briefly covered this subject in the past. It helped me understand more about data which is the subject of my current session right now. Meeting new classmates and new professors was really nice as well. Overall the class was very active and participative which is good for students to follow and get into it. Exactly what you expect from a workshop.
We started off by refreshing our minds with some definitions and explanations about data visualization. According to the session, a simple definition of data visualization is the graphical representation of information and data. You can use different tools to present your data such as charts, graphs, and maps. We learned about how important is targeting your audience in data visualization. Knowing your audience and addressing their needs is the step one. It allows the viewers to process and read the data quickly and simply.
I believe that digital information speak more to people than information told with words. In my opinion it is easier and quicker to understand a digital fact. During the class someone even said in the chat “A picture is worth a thousand words” and I found it truly accurate about dashboards.
We ended the class by using Tableau which was totally new for me. We got separated in break rooms in order to complete an exercise. In my group (2) we had to answer questions about Pokemon: what is the strongest Pokémon, what generation has the most types of Pokémon and so on. First of all we realized that we needed to understand the data before moving forward with anything else. We then all tried to figure the information out and give a picture as an answer. Thank you to the teacher who came to the room to save us at some point. The exercise was not an easy feat overall. When we went back to the main room we all presented our answers and it was really fulfilling to listen to every group’s presentation and way of thinking/working. The different skills levels among the students were actually really helpful for people like me for example. It allowed me to understand some things through my classmates as well. I had no experience with Tableau and data visualization but the group cohesion and different levels of experiences worked out well.

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When we went back to the main room we all presented our answers and it was really fulfilling to listen to every group’s presentation and way of thinking/working.

change completely the paper im sending because this is a friends so it cant look like the one im sending and if you could add some extra info that will be nice : n this week’s meeting we got to attend a data visualization workshop. It was truly interesting and enlightening to me because I only briefly covered this subject in the past. It helped me understand more about data which is the subject of my current session right now. Meeting new classmates and new professors was really nice as well. Overall the class was very active and participative which is good for students to follow and get into it. Exactly what you expect from a workshop.
We started off by refreshing our minds with some definitions and explanations about data visualization. According to the session, a simple definition of data visualization is the graphical representation of information and data. You can use different tools to present your data such as charts, graphs, and maps. We learned about how important is targeting your audience in data visualization. Knowing your audience and addressing their needs is the step one. It allows the viewers to process and read the data quickly and simply. I believe that digital information speak more to people than information told with words. In my opinion it is easier and quicker to understand a digital fact. During the class someone even said in the chat “A picture is worth a thousand words” and I found it truly accurate about dashboards. We ended the class by using Tableau which was totally new for me. We got separated in break rooms in order to complete an exercise. In my group (2) we had to answer questions about Pokemon: what is the strongest Pokémon, what generation has the most types of Pokémon and so on. First of all we realized that we needed to understand the data before moving forward with anything else. We then all tried to figure the information out and give a picture as an answer. Thank you to the teacher who came to the room to save us at some point. The exercise was not an easy feat overall. When we went back to the main room we all presented our answers and it was really fulfilling to listen to every group’s presentation and way of thinking/working. The different skills levels among the students were actually really helpful for people like me for example. It allowed me to understand some things through my classmates as well. I had no experience with Tableau and data visualization but the group cohesion and different levels of experiences worked out well.

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If you have any questions let me know.

Hello, my name is John Zeaiter. This is a partner technology project about Web Analytics in chapter 10. You will be tasked to complete half of the power point presentation, while my partner does the other half. I have attached the presentation, which has already been started, as well as the directions for this project. The directions include an email from my partner, Dylan, explaining how we will split up the work of the project. Please use simple language that mimics the writing of a sophomore in college. If you have any questions let me know. Thank you and good luck.

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You will be tasked to complete half of the power point presentation, while my partner does the other half.

Hello, my name is John Zeaiter. This is a partner technology project about Web Analytics in chapter 10. You will be tasked to complete half of the power point presentation, while my partner does the other half. I have attached the presentation, which has already been started, as well as the directions for this project. The directions include an email from my partner, Dylan, explaining how we will split up the work of the project. Please use simple language that mimics the writing of a sophomore in college. If you have any questions let me know. Thank you and good luck.

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List first name, last name, zip, city, and state.

Write 10 SQL statements against the STUDENT schema. Your statements should run error-free and should be valid. Submit two separate files: one plain text file (.txt or .sql file) with your statements only; and the other document (doc/docx/pdf) include both your statements and your query results (copy and paste text or screen shots). The instructor and TA should be able to run your plain text source file as scriipt and generate the same output as shown in your result document.
Q1. List all instructors. Show salutation in all lower cases, last name in all upper cases and phone number in the format of ‘(xxx) xxx-xxxx’. (HINT: use LOWER, UPPER and SUBSTR function)
Q2. List all students (display student_id, first name, last name, street address, zipcode, city, and state) who live in New York, NY. Sort results by last name, and then first name, in descending order.
Q3. Display the city in which each instructor lives. List first name, last name, zip, city, and state. Display “N/A” for zip, city, and state if an instructor does not have a zipcode. (HINT: left join INSTRUCTOR and ZIPCODE; use NVL function)
Q4. Show the number of instructors who live in NY state and has a street number of 518. (HINT: use string functions such as SUBSTR and INSTR)
Q5. Display the lowest, highest, and average numeric grade of Project grade type. (HINT: use the MIN, MAX, and AVG function; join GRADE and GRADE_TYPE)
— LEFT JOIN, DATE
Q6. List all students (display student_id, first name, last name, and registration date) who registered on or before 2/15/2007 but have not enrolled in any course. (HINT: left outer join STUDENT and ENROLLMENT; use the TO_DATE function)
— COUNT WITH 3-TABLE JOIN
Q7. Find how many students are enrolled in sections taught by Todd Smythe. (HINT: join INSTRUCTOR, SECTION, and ENROLLMENT)
— 4-TABLE JOIN
Q8. Show all students who are taking, or have taken the course “Advanced Java Programming”. List student name, enrollment date, and section location. (HINT: join COURSE, SECTION, ENROLLMENT, and STUDENT)
— 4-TABLE JOIN
Q9. List the students who have received any numeric grade score of at least 95 in an Advanced Java Programming course. Show student name, the grade type code, and the numeric grade.
— 4-TABLE JOIN WITH DISTINCT
Q10. List the instructors who teach Advanced Java Programming (having a section with students enrolled), without duplication. Show instructor name and course name. (HINT: use the DISTINCT keyword)
Learning Resources
https://www.w3schools.com/sql/sql_join.asp
https://docs.oracle.com/database/121/SQLRF/functions.htm#SQLRF006