26 August 2015

BSI Standard 100-3 Threats Catalogue – Elementary Threats
BSI Standard 100-3 Threats Catalogue – Elementary Threats
Should be IEEE and APA formated Research Proposal
BSI Standard 100-3 Threats Catalogue – Elementary Threats
https://www.bsi.bund.de/EN/Publications/BSIStandards/BSIStandards_node.html
https://www.bsi.bund.de/SharedDocs/Downloads/EN/BSI/Grundschutz/download/threats_catalogue.pdf;jsessionid=74966EFCB1171E1303ED6B2AE292F10B.2_cid368?__blob=publicationFile

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BSI Standard 100-3 Threats Catalogue – Elementary ThreatsBSI Standard 100-3 Threats Catalogue – Elementary ThreatsShould be IEEE and APA formated Research ProposalBSI Standard 100-3 […]


26 August 2015

Maintenance Checklist
If you work in a healthcare practice, pick one of the categories of safeguards and try to fill out the info in one of the “Tool” documents, then let us know what you found out on the DB (do not upload the file with details, just summarize).
If you don’t work in a healthcare practice, take a look at the checklists for passwords, anti-virus, firewall, etc, and let us know what practices you have used or not used at home, on your laptop, etc.
Security Checklist
Practice 8: Maintenance Checklist

ü Policies are in place prescribing EHR system maintenance procedures.
ü Staff with responsibilities for maintenance understand and agree to system maintenance policies and procedures.

ü Computers are free of unnecessary software and data files.

ü Remote file sharing and printing (including remote printing) are disabled.

ü Vendor remote maintenance connections are documented and
ü fully secured.

ü Systems and applications are updated or patched regularly as recommended by the manufacturer.

Practice 9: Mobile Devices Checklist

ü Policies are in place prescribing use of mobile devices.

ü All staff understand and agree to abide by mobile device policy
ü and procedures.

ü Mobile devices are configured to prevent unauthorized use.
ü PHI on mobile devices is encrypted.

ü Connections between authorized mobile devices and EHRs
ü  Are encrypted.
Security Checklists
Practice 6: Network Access Checklist

ü Policies are in place prescribing network configuration and access.

ü All staff understand and agree to abide by network use policy.

ü Access to the network is restricted to authorized users and devices.

ü Guest devices are prohibited from accessing networks containing
ü protected health information.

ü Wireless networks use appropriate encryption.

ü Computers contain no peer-to-peer applications.

ü Public instant messaging services are not used.

ü Private instant messaging services, where used, are
ü secured appropriately


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26 August 2015

Critical analysis
Anasha Cassie
English 104



On August 25th, 2009 Dr. Sheri Fink published a paper entitled “Deadly Choices at Memorial”.



“Deadly Choices at Memorial” is a recollection of the event during and after the devastation of hurricane Katrina.  Sheri Fink wrote an extremely descriptive article illustrating the event that happened inside Memorial Medical Center. She did extensive research for almost 4 years to accurately reencounter the facts of August 29th, 2005 and the days to follow. Two days after Katrina made landfall, the doctors at Memorial were faced with very difficult decisions: how to start evacuating, and who get priority. Right in the middle of a seemingly organized triaged evacuation, Dr. Ana Pou and her nursing staff was face with another dilemma, should patients with a Do Not Resuscitate be removed also.







III
 “Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.”


Hospice care: I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan

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Critical analysis Anasha Cassie English 104 On August 25th, 2009 Dr. Sheri Fink published a paper entitled “Deadly Choices at Memorial”. “Deadly Choices at […]


26 August 2015

Public Argument Project
Public Argument Project Proposal & Audience Analysis
(Please make a copy of this document and submit your own version to the appropriate folder. To make a copy go to File make a copy.  If you write your proposal on this template document, you will not earn credit for this assignment).


1. Indicate the genre you have chosen for your project:


2. In 3-4 sentences, explain the argument that you will make in this project:




3. Who is the public audience for your project. Explain them in some detail, in two sentences:




            3a. In a few sentences, explain why you have chosen this  public audience:




4. How will you appeal to this audience? What specific strategies will you use in your project, in order to persuade them? (“Appeal to pathos” is not a specific strategy. Provide detail).




5. List at least three sources that you can use to develop your argument. Use correct MLA works cited format:



English 102 Unit 3—Public Argument Project


OVERVIEW: In the previous unit of our course, you researched and analyzed the arguments that various stakeholders have made about a specific controversial issue. Now, with your Public Argument Project, you will make your own argument about the same issue. In doing so, you will make a public argument, adding your own voice to the public discussion that surrounds this issue.


I. CONTENT: To create your Public Argument Project, you will need to make the following decisions:         
  • What position do I take within this controversy?


  • How do I feel the issue should be resolved? What specific course of action do I support?
           Click here for more on this paper…….
  • Who is my audience?
This assignment is called the Public Argument Projectbecause it asks you to direct an argument towards a public audience (a group of people outside of our classroom). Your audience should not be the “general public” but rather a subsection of the general public. You might determine your audience by answering the following questions:
                -Who has interest in the issue at hand? Who is affected by it?
                -Who has the power to affect the outcome of this issue?
                -Who are the stakeholders within this issue?


  • What is the purpose of my argument?
Your purpose = what you hope to achieve through making your argument, and how you wish to affect your audience. Do you want to convince your audience to agree with your views on the issue, or do you want to persuadethem to take action on the issue? What specific views or actions do you want them to take?


II. GENRE:
You can choose one of three genres for your Public Argument Project. Your project may be either a YouTube video, a long-form blog post, or a map.


If you construct a map, use National Geographic's Mapmaker Interactive:


If you create a blog post, your post must run at least 1500 words and it must include at least two images. Additionally, it should have the style and tone of a blog post (directed to a public audience). It should not sound like an academic essay.

If you create a video, you can use a variety of video formats or templates, including Pecha Kucha, Windows Movie Maker, etc. You can make your video in the style of a music video, a fake news broadcast, an infomercial, or any other sub-genre that you choose. Use your imagination to choose a format that you think your audience will find persuasive. Your video should not be more than 8 minutes long. Videos may be made in groups of two. Maps and blog posts must be made individually.


NOTE: Regardless of which genres you and your group members choose, each group will upload the projects of all members to a blog. This way, your project will become available to public audiences.




III. REQUIRED ELEMENTS Regardless of genre, your project should make an argument. This means
1. It should clearly express a particular point a view about how the issue should be resolved.
2. It should support this viewpoint with evidence.
3. It should indicate its sources of evidence.
4. It should employ rhetorical strategies in an effort to persuade the audience.


IV. EVALUATION Your Public Argument Project will be evaluated according to the following:         
  • Clarity of argument and purpose
  • Strength of supporting evidence and rhetorical strategies
  • Degree                 of original thought and effort applied to project
(In other words, if you push yourself to learn new skills for this project, you will be rewarded. If you simply do what you already know how to do as a student and a writer, your success on this project will be limited.)


V. THE NITTY-GRITTY
Your project is due (final draft uploaded to group’s blog) on Monday April 21.
Presentations will take place April 21-Friday April 24.
**More detail on presentations later**


We will discuss our Public Argument Projects during instructor conferences and various in-class workshops in the time leading up to the project due date.Click here for more on this paper…….

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Public Argument Project Public Argument Project Proposal & Audience Analysis (Please make a copy of this document and submit your own version to the […]


26 August 2015

What is the literary canon

Answer those questions. Number 1 and 2 question is 2-3 sentence long

The third question is an essay question, , and your answer to it must be at least two full paragraphs in length. A full paragraph is one that is about seven sentences long, including a topic sentence, supporting points, evidence, and a concluding sentence. In all of your answers, you may quote passages, but those quoted passage do not count toward the total length of your answer. Be sure to support your answer to question #3 with ample evidence.
1. What is the literary canon? Why, how, and by whom is it being evaluated? Explain.
2. Why does it help to put on specific interpretive lenses when reading?(After reading, a material that I uploaded. Please use your reason from a material)
3. Choose any assigned poem and explain its argument. Be sure to explain is evidence, warrants, and other aspects of the argument.
Poems : When I consider how my light is spent by John Milton, The unknown citizen by W.H Auden, Mending Wall by Robert Frost

Find evidence in the materials I upload. You have to find evidence in material and don’t see any other person’s opinion. Just find answer yourself after reading material

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What is the literary canon Answer those questions. Number 1 and 2 question is 2-3 sentence long The third question is an essay question, […]


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