Featuring 7 Papers as of May 11, 2015
Building a Vulnerability Management Program - A project management approach Masters
by Wylie Shanks - May 11, 2015
This paper examines the critical role of project management in building a successful vulnerability management program.
Using the PMBoK Framework on Small Business IT Projects by Courtney Imbert - February 9, 2015
Successfully managing information technology (IT) projects is a complex endeavor. Project management frameworks might seem overreaching or incompatible with some of the characteristics common to small organizations, like multi-function employees and smaller budgets.
Security Visibility in the Enterprise by Jim Hendrick - September 19, 2014
A large (Fortune 100) company decided to improve its corporate "security visibility." Through this effort they intended to move from simply meeting regulatory and compliance requirements toward a more mature model capable of focusing on specific areas of risk.
A Project Management Approach to Writing a GIAC Gold Paper Masters
by Sally Vandeven - September 15, 2014
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A guide to leading and motivating highly driven professionals Masters
by George Khalil - June 6, 2014
A project is defined as "a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result."
Using the Department of Defense Architecture Framework to Develop Security Requirements by James E. A. Richards - February 10, 2014
Integrated architectures embody the discernable parts of a system and their relationships with each other in a single, normalized data repository.
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