Reference Slide # Slide Title Source of Information 6 Transaction Validation CISA: page 225 Exhibit 3.30 7 Batch Processing CISA: page 223, 224, 393 8 Batch Control CISA: page 223, 224 9 Transaction Authorization CISA: page 223 10 Error Handling Alternatives CISA: page 224 12 Processing Controls CISA: page 224, 225 13 Data File Control Procedures CISA: page 225, 226 19 Testing Application: Test Data CISA: page 229 Exhibit 3.32 20 Testing Application: Snapshot CISA: page 229 Exhibit 3.32 21 Integrated Testing Facilities CISA: page 230 Exhibit 3.32 22 Parallel Operation or Parallel Simulation CISA: page 230 Exhibit 3.32 23 Transaction Selection Program CISA: page 230 Exhibit 3.32 24 Embedded Audit Data Collection CISA: page 230 Exhibit 3.32 25 Testing Application Techniques CISA: page 229, 230 Exhibit 3.32 26 Online Auditing Techniques CISA: page 230, 231 27 Concurrent Audit Tools CISA: page 231 Exhibit 3.33 28 Continuous Online Auditing: Audit Hooks CISA: page 230, 231
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Reference Slide # Slide Title Source of Information 6 Risk Management Process CISM: page 97 Exhibit 2.2 8 Continuous Risk Mgmt Process CISM: page 97 Exhibit 2.3 9 Security Evaluation: Risk Assessment CISM: page 100 12 Matric of Loss Scenario CISM: page 114 Exhibit 2.15 14 Step 2: Determine Loss Due to Threats CISM: page 105 16 Step 2: Determine Threats Due to Vulnerabilities CISM: page 105 17 Step 3: Estimate Likelihood of Exploitation CISM: page 107-110 18 Likelihood of Exploitation Sources of Losses CISM: page 118 Exhibit 2.11 19 Step 4; Compute Expected Loss Risk Analysis Strategies CISM: page 108- 110 20 Step 4: Compute Loss Using Qualitative Analysis CISM: page 108 22 Step 4: Compute Loss Using Semi- Quantitative Analysis CISM: page 108,109 23 SemiQuantitative Impact Matrix CISM: page 109 Exhibit 2.12 24 Step 4: Compute Loss Using Quantitative Analysis CISM: page 109, 110 26 Annualized Loss Expectancy CISM: page 110 28 Step 5: Treat Risk CISM: page 110, 111 29 NIST Risk Assessment Methodology CISM: page 102 Exhibit 2.7 30 Control Types CISM: page 186 Exhibit 3.18 32 Controls & Countermeasures CISM: page 184, 185 36 Security Control Baselines & Metrics CISM: page 191-193 37 Risk Management CISM: page 91, 92 38 Risk Management Roles CISM: page 94
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Contrasting Contrasting Spans Spans of of Control Control EXHIBIT 15-3
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Span of Control Span of Control (Management)  The number of people who report to a manager.  Narrow spans of control foster tall organizations with many organizational/managerial layers.  Flat organizations have wider spans of control. Is There an Ideal Span of Control?  The right span of control efficiently balances too little and too much supervision.  Situational dictate ofwebsite, spans © 2013 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. Mayfactors not be scanned, copied or duplicated, orthe posted to width a publicly accessible in whole or in part. 14 of control.
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Rubric • 100-90. The submission clearly exceeds requirements. The tutorial game works without problems. The custom extensions exhibit an unusually high degree of effort, thoughtfulness, technical ability and insight. Documentation is thorough and clear. • 89-80. The submission meets requirements. The tutorial game works without problems. The custom extensions exhibit substantial effort, thoughtfulness, technical ability and/or insight. Documentation is adequate. • 79-70. The submission barely meets requirements. The tutorial game may operate erratically. The custom extensions exhibit marginal effort, thoughtfulness, creativity and/or insight. Documentation is missing details needed to understand the contributions and/or to build the program. • 69-60. The project fails to meet requirements in some places. The tutorial game may crash occasionally. The custom extensions are of minor scope, or exhibit perfunctory effort, thoughtfulness, technical ability and/or insight. Documentation is inadequate, missing key details needed to understand the contributions and/or to build the programs. • 59-0. The project does not meet requirements. The tutorial game crashes consistently or does not compile. The custom extensions exhibit little or no evidence of effort, thoughtfulness, technical ability and/or insight. Documentation is woefully inadequate or missing.
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Exhibit Score Sheet Use the space to balance display of the team’s outreach as BEST Robotics, team/company’s brand and product The exhibit tells a story based on the visual impression alone. 10 The Brand Promise is evident. 10 The exhibit is engaging and interactive. 5 The exhibit appears cohesive. The information is arranged in a logical and creative manner. 5 Exhibit Balance Total 30
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Comparison Hebrew Text • No pattern in life spans • No pattern in year of firstborn Samaritan Version • Life spans are decreasing • Decreasing ages in year of first-born • Life spans appear adjusted near the flood
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Example of Spanning Cells XP This figure shows a table of opinion poll data in which some of the cells span several rows and/or columns. This cell spans two columns and two rows this cell spans three columns This cell spans three rows Creating Web Pages with HTML, 3e Prepared by: C. Hueckstaedt, Tutorial 4 65
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• What are the “Virtues” associated with “Natural Life-Spans?” • What are the “Vices” associated with “Natural Life-Spans?” • What are the Virtues associated with “Extended Life-Spans? • What are the “Vices” associated with “Extended Life-Spans”
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SPANNING ROWS/COLUMNS – Spanning is HTML’s answer to merging cells (in Word). – Spanning is added to th or td tags only. – NOTE: these are not style elements, they are attributes (designated outside a style). There are no corresponding style elements. – colspan=x is used to designate that this cell spans x number of columns (merges that many cells horizontally to the right) – rowspan=x is used to designate that this cell spans x number of rows (merges that many cell vertically (down) – When spanning rows or columns, make sure the remaining td/th definitions match up appropriately • Ensure each row in the table has the same number of cells (either individual or spanned). • When designating a cell that spans rows, that cell’s definition is only included as part of the first row spanned.
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Multi-rate control systems  Example Helicopter flight controller. Do the following in each 1/180-sec. cycle: validate sensor data and select data source; if failure, reconfigure the system Every sixth cycle do: keyboard input and mode selection; data normalization and coordinate transformation; tracking reference update control laws of the outer pitch-control loop; control laws of the outer roll-control loop; control laws of the outer yawand collective-control loop Every other cycle do: control laws of the inner pitch-control pitch-control loop; control laws of the inner rollroll- and and collectivecollectivecontrol control loop; Compute the control laws of the the inner yaw-control yaw-control loop; Output commands; Carry out built-in test; Wait until beginning of the next next cycle cycle  Note: Having only harmonic rates simplifies the system.  More complicated control systems have multiple sensors and actuators and must support control loops of different rates.
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