Security Controls

Security Controls Formal systems are generally defined by messages arriving from external parties, suppliers, customers, regulatory agencies, and financial institutions. Informal systems augment formal systems since people generally need to engage in informal communication. Technical systems provide the automation of part of a formal system. Choose one of the following organizations and describe the problems and successes they may experience. The specifications for the organizations are as follows: Organization A has an informal system and a formal system, but no technical system. Organization B has a formal system and a technical system, but no informal system. Organization C has only a formal system. Organization D has an informal system and a technical system, but no formal system. For the organization you chose, answer the following three questions: What problems would arise in the organization? Why do you think so? What breaches of security could occur as a result of the missing system? Give at least two examples of security breaches in this context. Could the organization still function successfully? Why or why not? Referrence Dhillon, G. S. (2018). Information Security: Text and cases (Edition 2.0). Burlington, VT: Prospect Press. Chapter 1, “Information Systems Security: Nature and Scope”