Operational security teams of an organization perform various tasks dissimilar from those of cyber security and engineering.

Question: 1

These three teams have different jobs.  The operational security teams are tasked with risk management process aimed at protecting the sensitive information of an organization from falling into the wrong hands.  The team seeks to prevent cybersecurity threats that may occur, detect threats and respond to security incidences that may occur on the networks, computers or server in a timely fashion. Their job is unique because the monitor all systems on an ongoing basis (Bhatt, Manadhata & Zomlot, 2014).

The job is different from security engineering team whose focus is to design as system which   is capable of robustly dealing with possible sources of disruption in the network ranging from natural disasters to those of malicious acts. The team is also tasked with the role of protecting the network, as well as, the computer systems of an organization from any security threats or attacks. In most cases, security engineering team is responsible for the establishment and implementation of security solutions which is capable of defending a company and its networking assets (Mead & Woody, 2017).  When it comes to cyber security team,  the professionals are task with the job of protecting IT infrastructure of an organization, edge devices, networks, as well as, data. The job of cyber security team is also to prevent data breaches, monitor and react to attack that may occur in the system. They also serve to stay up to date with the recent and latest tactics that hackers are employing in the IT field (Dawson & Thomson, 2018).

Answer:

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Question:2 

Operational security teams of an organization perform various tasks dissimilar from those of cyber security and engineering. The operational security teams are responsible for maintaining the organization security monitoring tools so as to effectively protect the entire system regularly. This incorporates data collection which is further extended to entire network systems comprising the organization cloud infrastructure. On the other hand, security engineers are responsible for updating the systems, recommending organizations new tools and maintaining the employed tools (Blair, Hall & Sobiesk, 2019). Operational security team manages and implements various security tools and collection of technology products that offer insights within the entire organization security setting. However, cyber security engineers documents protocols, procedures and requirements so as to ensure that other organization users permission to access available resources.

Security engineers in an organization are responsible for screening and testing organization security software. In addition they frequently monitor all the functional systems and networks for prevalence of intrusions and security breaches. However security engineers can possibly resolve potential security causes of threats initial on by focusing at a certain perspective of security concerns and recommending for further improvements of management (Hámornik & Krasznay, 2017). An organization security engineer could too be hardware or software expert with a certain attention towards the security aspects fundamental during information system designing. The security system engineer tasks, in contradiction to operational security team tasks, solve emerging bulky problems by way of splitting or breaking them down into simpler and well-defined problems (pieces) on top of recalling description of the problem to be utilized during validation of solutions.

The security operational team encounters numerous challenges in achieving their various tasks through challenges in understaffing and overworking in course of executing their roles and responsibilities (Blair, Hall & Sobiesk, 2019). It is vital for effective organization security engineers emphasizing on planning and designing equipped computer systems capable of dealing with future disruptions such as malicious acts and cyber-attacks hence, resolving future security occurrences.

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Discuss the services and programs that are available. How is the program funded? 

Community Health Education

Imagine you are a community health educator. Select a global health issue from the following website: http://www.globalhealth.gov/global-health-topics/. Find an agency or organization that provides community education. Discuss the services and programs that are available. How is the program funded?

Your APA-formatted response should be at least one page in length (not including title and reference pages). You are required to use at least your textbook as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations.

Cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs): How will you prevent CTDs that come from repetitive movement (e.g., carpel tunnel syndrome)? 

Safety Policies

Recall your chosen firm and industry you have been using throughout the course. For this assignment, you will identify the top three major safety and health issues in your firm, and write a policy on each, consistent with Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) standards. There is a minimum requirement of 300 words for each of the three job policies.

Each of the five domains of OSHA must be considered when writing these three policies:

  1. Hazard communication: How will you notify people of potentially dangerous or unhealthy work conditions?
  2. Blood-borne pathogens: How will you protect employees from blood-borne pathogens such as AIDS?
  3. Personal protective equipment (PPE): What equipment or tools will your employees in this job require to work safely?
  4. Cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs): How will you prevent CTDs that come from repetitive movement (e.g., carpel tunnel syndrome)?
  5. Work assignments: How will you handle potentially dangerous work assignments, especially to protect unborn babies?

NOTE: This is a three-part assignment. All three of the policies (300 words each) you write should go on one document. This one document is what will be uploaded to Blackboard.

Any sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations in APA format.

Research how Tacoma, WA used the concepts of CPTED (discussed in more detail in 10.3) to build a sense of community using lighting, natural access control and natural surveillance.

Assignment:

Research how Tacoma, WA used the concepts of CPTED (discussed in more detail in 10.3) to build a sense of community using lighting, natural access control and natural surveillance. Determine if these factors could work in your area. See:

http://cms.cityoftacoma.org/CRO/PW%20405600%20003%20DesignSafeCPTED72.pdf

I want 2 pages of this assignment with 3 references.

When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law? 

Depending on one’s personal experience in obtaining health care, or one’s view of the role of physicians in society, of law as a tool for social change, of the scope of medical ethics, or of the United States’ place in the broader global community, the no-duty principle might seem appropriate, irresponsible, or downright wrong. Imagine you are traveling in a country where socialized medicine is the legal norm, and your discussion with a citizen of that country turns to the topic of your countries’ respective health systems. When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law?

When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law?

Depending on one’s personal experience in obtaining health care, or one’s view of the role of physicians in society, of law as a tool for social change, of the scope of medical ethics, or of the United States’ place in the broader global community, the no-duty principle might seem appropriate, irresponsible, or downright wrong. Imagine you are traveling in a country where socialized medicine is the legal norm, and your discussion with a citizen of that country turns to the topic of your countries’ respective health systems. When asked, how will you account for the fact that health care is far from being a fundamental right rooted in American law?

Analyze ethical and legal dilemmas that healthcare workers may encounter in the medical field.

Analyze ethical and legal dilemmas that healthcare workers may encounter in the medical field.

1. Introduction: Explain the definition of a living will and its key components. This section will provide an educational overview of the document for the patient.

2. Living Will Template: Create a living will that can serve as a template to the patients. This should cover the basic treatment issues such as resuscitation, feeding tubes, ventilation, organ and tissue donations, etc. Provide instructions in the template that can be easily altered, depending on each patient’s wishes.

3. Summary: In this section, you will discuss the importance of this document and encourage patients to complete it. Address how this document ensures that a patient’s wishes are known and followed by the healthcare team.

Examine legal requirements for managing patient information, health information documentation, the release of information, and electronic health records.

Examine legal requirements for managing patient information, health information documentation, the release of information, and electronic health records.

You will create an informational brochure educating patients about the contents of the medical record and the proper release of information. In a double-sided brochure you need to address the following topics:

1. The Electronic Medical Record: Definition and contents of the EMR. You will want to include some of the Joint Commission’s requirements pertaining to what should be included in the medical record and when entries should be completed.

2. HIPAA/Confidentiality: Provide an overview of HIPAA and the level of confidentiality that the patient can expect from Three Mountains Regional Hospital.

3. Release of Information: Explain the process for a patient to obtain either copies or sections of their medical records. Discuss that information cannot be shared without their express permission.

4. Privacy Pledge: Craft a privacy pledge statement informing the patient that they can trust that their information will remain private.

The brochure that you will create should be a tri-fold design with two pages (the first for the outside and the second for the inside). Draw attention to your brochure by using well-placed art, an easy to read design, and use of color.

APA formatting, and proper grammar, punctuation, and form required

Evaluate public health policies and practices as they      relate to legal and ethical implications for individuals and populations.

  • Evaluate public health policies and practices as they      relate to legal and ethical implications for individuals and populations.
  • Analyze health needs, disparities, and healthcare      delivery systems within the context of cultural, social, legal, political,      and economic forces.
  • Examine the structure of the U.S. legal system and      government as it relates to ethics, law, and core principles of public      health.
  • Assess current legal and ethical principles and the      application of such principles in healthcare practice.
  • Analyze ethical and legal dilemmas that healthcare      workers may encounter in the medical field.
  • Examine legal requirements for managing patient      information, health information documentation, the release of information,      and electronic health records.

You are now ready to take the basic components you have created so far and, using those as a foundation, create the final Intake Packet the hospital will use during admissions. The Intake Packet will be comprised of the following elements:

  • A New Patient Letter to accompany the Intake Packet
    • The letter should be in business letter format
    • The letter should address the following points for the       patient:
      • An explanation of the importance of ethics
      • Why each part of the packet is included
      • How the packet is to be used
    • The letter should also include a HIPAA/Confidentiality statement
    • The letter should also include a Privacy Pledge
  • The Code of Ethics
    • Based on your PowerPoint Presentation, create a one-page bulleted Code of Ethics
  • A sample Living Will
    • Make any necessary changes to your Living Will template and include it as part of the Intake Packet
  • Create a new form for the patient to sign, acknowledging receipt of the above documents

In addition, you will craft an email to the CEO and the Board of Directors, explaining the purpose of the Intake Packet and all its components. Your email should use proper email formatting (including subject line description) and contain language appropriate to the receiver.

Finally, develop a PowerPoint presentation for placement on the Facility website.) Your audience includes past, current, and future patients. In the PowerPoint presentation, you will address the following:

  • The Ethics and Values of the organization and an overview of the Code of Ethics
  • The Purpose of the Intake Packet
  • Explanation of the Privacy Policy
  • Explanation of HIPAA, and its goals and purpose
  • Description and encouragement to sign the form acknowledging receipt

a. The PowerPoint should be between 10 and 15 slides.

SOCW 6051: Week 2 Journal

SOCW 6051: Week 2 Journal

SOCW 6051: Week 2 Journal

ivities:

Part A

According to section 1.05(c) Cultural Awareness and Social Diversity of the NASW (2017) Code of Ethics, “Social workers should obtain education about and seek to understand the nature of social diversity and oppression with respect to race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, political belief, religion, immigration status, and mental or physical ability.”

National Association of Social Workers. (2017). Code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers. Retrieved from https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics/Code-of-Ethics-English

Instructions: The table below shows a list of Social Identities. Place an X in the box to signify whether you hold privilege or lack privilege based on that identity. Then briefly explain why you identified as holding or lacking privilege. Provide a concrete example to demonstrate your understanding of privilege related to this specific identity characteristic. In the final column, provide a brief narrative about why you hold or lack privilege based on that specific identity.

Your place of privilege is often determined by the perceived social group in which society places you, and privilege varies depending on the context and intersecting identities. You may hold a position of privilege with one identity, while simultaneously holding a position which lacks privilege from another identity. You will not be graded on how you self-identify. The goal is to engage in self-reflection and critical thought. You may choose not to disclose any identity. If you prefer not to state, explain which groups hold privilege based on that identity characteristic and how that affects other groups.

Social Identity Hold

Privilege

Lack Privilege Prefer Not to State Why?
Example: [Social Identity] x I identify as OR Other people identify me as ____. This identity holds [does not hold] a position of privilege in society because…

In US culture, [this identity] is considered the “norm.”

A specific example of the privilege [or lack of privilege] that I experience is seeing [not seeing] positive representations of people who look or believe like me in the mass media. This is a privilege [or lack of privilege] because…

My experience with this identity characteristic is…

Race/Ethnicity X I identify as an African American. As per the African American history, most of the forefathers of the race migrated into the US as a result of slavery. It is due to such a history that African Americans have been an inferior race in the US as most of the other races do not consider African Americans as belonging in the US. Such inferiority has resulted in a lack of privileges among African Americans.

For instance, African Americans often have a hard time accessing public resources or even funds as they are viewed as a lower race compared to others. The same goes for positions of leadership where few African Americans, after a lot of struggle, have managed to get the positions. Take the case of the presidency where among the 45 presidents in the US, only one was of African American race.

My experience with this identity is that I have to put more effort than my counterparts since most people have a negative mindset about African Americans in the US.

Color x I identify as black. This identity lacks privilege in the US since white is considered as the default or norm. Such lack of privileges is evidenced by the small numbers of blacks in governance and in ownership of property among others.

In the US, blacks are considered untrustworthy and violent. An example of such a perception is shown in stores when blacks are followed around when shopping as they are thought to be prone to shoplifting.

My experience with this identity has been discouraging as I have lost opportunities due to my race sometimes even without knowing.

Sex x I identify as a female. Due to the male-dominated society, especially in terms of power and influence, the female identity lacks privileges. An example is a case where a leadership opportunity occurs and the society readily accepts the idea of a man taking the leadership role as opposed to a woman. Such a mentality explains why among the 45 presidents the US has had, no woman has made it to the seat so far. Moreover, most religions advocate for men to take leadership roles, which makes it harder for women.

My experience with this identity, a black African American female, is that my views or opinions are often undervalued and thus making my career progression slow down.

Sexual Orientation x I identify as a heterosexual. This identity holds privilege as it is considered the norm in the US culture. Being a heterosexual is readily accepted in the US and in most cases advantageous. For example, it is easier for a heterosexual family man or woman to obtain a home in almost all neighborhoods as opposed to their counterparts.

My experience with this identity is that I am readily accepted in most societal organizations such as schools, religious places, neighborhoods.

Gender Identity or Expression X I identify as a cisgender since my self-identity is in line with the gender I was assigned at birth. Being a cisgender holds privileges as it is considered the norm in the US culture. For instance, I experience no opposition or conflicts when buying items related to my gender such as clothes or makeup or even going to the bathrooms.

My experience as a cisgender is that I rarely have a hard time getting a partner due to a large number of heterosexual cisgenders as they are considered as the norm in US culture.

National Origin
Immigration Status
Age
Marital Status
Political Belief
Religion

PART B:

According to the preamble to the NASW (2017) Code of Ethics, “The primary mission of the social work profession is to enhance human well-being and help meet the basic human needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty.”

However, addressing social oppression often means challenging our own positions of power and privilege. This can evoke difficult emotions, and there may be times you will want to disengage from the work. As a social worker, it is essential to engage in critical reflection so that unexamined personal bias does not negatively affect client interaction.

Instructions: Based on your experience completing Part A, answer the reflective questions in the Table below. Responses should be short answer and demonstrate critical thought and self-reflection.

Question Response
What feelings did you experience when identifying positions of privilege?
Why do you think you experienced these feelings?
What feelings did you experience when identifying identities that may lack privilege?
Why do you think you experienced these feelings?
How may these feelings help or hinder your ability to competently engage in culturally aware social work services?
What does it mean that social identity and privilege are socially constructed?
What are specific steps that you will take during this quarter to develop your understanding of concepts presented and be willing to consider diverse perspectives?

PART C

Social Workers advocate for human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice. The reasons that social workers engage in critical reflection is to be able to identify their own positionally, disrupt their role in oppressive structures, and use their power and privileges to advocate for social justice for all groups. For this part of the journal, you examine environmental justice.

According to the Council on Social Work Education (2015):

Environmental justice occurs when all people equally experience high levels of environmental protection and no group or community is excluded from the environmental policy decision-making process, nor is affected by a disproportionate impact from environmental hazards. Environmental justice affirms the ecological unity and the interdependence of all species, respect for cultural and biological diversity, and the right to be free from ecological destruction. This includes responsible use of ecological resources, including the land, water, air, and food. (p. 20)

CSWE. (2015). 2015 Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards for Baccalaureate and Master’s Social Work Programs. Retrieved from https://www.cswe.org/getattachment/Accreditation/Standards-and-Policies/2015-EPAS/2015EPASandGlossary.pdf.aspx

Instructions : Using the table below answer the following questions. Responses should be short answer and demonstrate critical thought and self-reflection.

Questions Response
How is environmental justice related to human rights, social justice, and economic justice?
Describe two different locations within your community that when compared demonstrate environmental injustice. If possible, insert an image into this document showing the environment.
How do the identity characteristics you identified in Part A of this Journal influence your relationship to these two locations in your community?
What is the social worker’s role in addressing environmental justice?
What are specific steps you can take to address environment justice in your community?

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References

Joseph, R. P., Ainsworth, B. E., Keller, C., & Dodgson, J. E. (2015). Barriers to physical activity among African American women: an integrative review of the literature. Women & health55(6), 679-699.

Horsford, S. D., & Tillman, L. C. (Eds.). (2016). Intersectional identities and educational leadership of Black women in the USA. Routledge.