Week 1 discussionsOrganizational Security Assessment (graded)This discussion is intended to provide a baseline for your organizational and personal security positions. Before 9/11, some organizations provided good security, but many had less-than-focused security. Assess your situation at work as well as your individual security, and let us know from your perspective how physically secure things are now.As we progress through the course, keep in mind what your original perspectives were and how they might have changed.Legal Aspects of Security (graded)How does private security differ from law enforcement in what it is able to do to protect and serve those for whom it works?Week 2 discnnPhysical Security (graded)With the current knowledge that you have about physical security, take a look at your current place of employment and assess how physically secure your location is, and provide your comments on this issue.Personnel Security (graded)Keeping in mind your assessment of the physical security at your current work location, what types of personnel security efforts does your employer use to enhance security at your organization? What types of factors must an organization consider when hiring employees?Week 3 discussionsInner Defense: Personnel ID Systems (graded)The authorized movement of personnel is a critical element of inner defense countermeasures. This covers employees as well as visitors. Thinking of your particular environment and the recommendations of how to control access and movement, describe how well it provides for the security of the facility and its contents. You should pay particular attention to how employees and visitors are identified, enter the building, move to/from authorized locations, and exit the building.Computer and Information Security Threats (graded)Since most organizations today use computer technology to get work done, what types of computer security threats do you see at your current place of work or places where you have worked in the past? What types of threats do you see personally on any home system you may have?Week 4 discussinSecurity Threats (graded)There are many types of security threats to organizations, requiring law enforcement and private security to cooperate. What are some of these threats, and how should they be handled?Risk Analysis and Management (graded)Why are risk analysis and management important? How are risks typically managed? How can you reduce risk? What are the steps you would support?Week 5 discussiosnInstitutional Security (graded)How is institutional security different from other types of security, such as retail security and event security?Executive Protection (graded)Why is executive protection important to an organization?week 6 discnTerrorism (graded)Terrorist threats have become increasingly common. The government as well as all types of organizations in many industries are using programs for assessing these threats, providing countermeasures, and communicating with those affected.What level of activity do you see in your organization or by your government representatives? How effective do you feel these actions are? What else should be done?2Domestic Threats (graded)Other than terrorism, what types of threats do you think organizations face today from domestic sources?week 7 discnContingency Planning (graded)It is critical for organizations to be able to continue to operate. What are the tools an organization can use to assess their critical operations and plan to minimize disruptions of service during emergencies? What types of activities and events can contingency planning take into consideration?The Future of Security (graded)The text notes the future of security is positive. Do you agree or disagree, and why? What do you see as the trends for the future and their significance?week 2Paper: Home Security VulnerabilitiesFor this assignment, we will focus on the various tools and techniques available to the security professional in order to prepare a security vulnerability assessment.Assess your residence, or one occupied by a relative or friend, for every security vulnerability that you see. Remember, do not assume criminals will not notice minor weaknesses.During your assessment, focus onthe neighborhood and general area, andat least four of the following:AlarmsLightingLandscapingDoorsWindowsLocksFences or WallsCamerasMotion SensorsExplain why you believe your five focus areas are or are not potential vulnerabilities.Then, discuss what you think could be done to reduce identified vulnerabilities.For this assignment, you are required to prepare a report of 3–5 pages (excluding title page and reference page), and post it in the respective Dropbox for this week.Remember to include at least two authoritative references. They must be cited within the paper as well as listed on a reference page. See the APA citation tutorial in the Course Syllabus.Grading Rubric for AssignmentSectionPointsQuality of answers and focus on five required areas100Correctly APA-formatted and placed in-text citations10Correctly produced References page with APA formatting10At least two authoritative reference sources used10Length (3–5 pages of text, separate title page, and separate references page) and appearance10Grammar10Total150Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this pageweek 5QuestionPaper: White-Collar CrimeFor this assignment, we will focus on the various tools and techniques available to the security professional in order to mitigate white-collar crime.Select two of the white-collar crimes listed below.(a) Computer crimes(b) Credit card fraud(c) Embezzlement(d) Workman’s Comp fraud(e) Environmental crime(f) Securities fraud(g) Healthcare fraudDiscuss (a) how these crimes are committed, (b) their impacts on organizations, and (c) the tools a security professional has available to reduce opportunities for such crimes to occur.Locate an example of one of your two white-collar crimes. Please make sure it is current, that is, within the past 2 years. Analyze the crime and how it was discovered, then discuss possible measures that could have deterred those found guilty.For this assignment, you are required to prepare a report of three to five pages (excluding title page and reference page), and post it in the respective Dropbox for this week.Remember to include at least two authoritative references. They must be cited within the paper as well as listed on a reference page. See the APA citation tutorial in the Course Syllabus.Grading Rubric for AssignmentSectionPointsGradeCommentsQuality of answers on the two focus areas100Correctly APA-formatted and placed in-text citations10Correctly produced References page with APA formatting10At least two authoritative reference sources used10Length (3–5 pages of text, separate title page, and separate references page) and appearance10Grammar10Total150Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page