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The Security Plan: Effectively Teaching How to Write One. Paul Clark Naval Postgraduate School [email protected] Introduction. What is a Security Plan? Why do we need one? Educational standards CISR and NPS Secure Management of Systems: CS3670

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The Security Plan:Effectively Teaching How to Write One

Paul Clark

Naval Postgraduate School

[email protected]


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Introduction

  • What is a Security Plan?

  • Why do we need one?

  • Educational standards

  • CISR and NPS

  • Secure Management of Systems: CS3670

  • Lessons learned from requiring a Security Plan


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Educational Expectations and Roadmap

  • Start the project early in the term.

  • Requires some background.

  • Different suggested formats.

  • Roadmap for the remainder of term.


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The Scenario

  • Fiction or Non-Fiction?

  • Minimal requirements fora written description.

  • Debug

  • Unintended Benefits


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A Template

  • Provides direction and uniformity.

  • Possible formats:

    • Each student devises their own

    • The Instructor devises a standard

    • Industry / Government standard


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Assignments

  • Options:

    • Turn in a completed security plan at the end of the term.

    • Turn in parts of the plan throughout the term.

  • Risk Analysis Methodology?



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