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Technology and Product eview for an SIEM Solution
There are different approaches that are utilized for security management, which has resulted in the emergence of different security technology categories including security information and event management (SIEM), which is designed to provide a holistic view of IT security. It is based on the principle that relevant information regarding an organization's security is generated from various sources/locations. Therefore, examining each of these locations helps in identifying trends and patterns within the organization's security system.
Overview of SIEM
SIEM, which stands for security information and event management, can be described as an approach for management of security through a holistic view of information technology security within an organization (ouse, 2014). This approach provides a holistic view for examining an organization's IT security through combining security information management (SIM) and security event management (SEM) into a single security management system. Through combination of these systems, SIEM enables….
Burnham, J. (2015, July 23). Who is a Leader (again) in Gartner's 2015 Magic Quadrant For Security Information Event Management? Retrieved February 28, 2017, from https://securityintelligence.com/ibm-is-a-leader-again-in-2015-gartner-magic-quadrant-for-siem/
Lawson, C., Hils, A. & Neiva, C. (2015, November 16). Magic Quadrant for Intrusion Prevention Systems. Retrieved February 28, 2017, from http://www.ts.avnet.com/it/magic
McAfee. (2016). McAfee Enterprise Security Manager. Retrieved February 28, 2017, from http://www.mcafee.com/us/resources/data-sheets/ds-enterprise-security-manager.pdf
McAfee (n.d.). McAfee Guide to Implementing the 10 Steps to Cyber Security. Retrieved February 28, 2017, from https://www.mcafee.com/hk/resources/white-papers/wp-10-steps-to-cyber-security.pdf
Identity Governance and Administration
Case Study 3_Technology and Product eview for Identity Governance and Administration
While cyber security attacks are often executed by outsiders, insiders also present a major threat. Insider threats stem from, among other factors, user IDs and privileged accounts. This is particularly true at North-by-East Software, where controls over the issuance and management of user IDs and privileged accounts are considerably weak. The theft or loss of confidential information through insiders can result in disastrous consequences, underscoring the need for identity governance and administration (IGA) software. Indeed, in an ever more complex cyber security environment, the significance of IGA software is now greater than ever before. IGA software provides strong security controls against insider threats by enabling centralised identity management and access control (TechTarget, 2014). More specifically, the software enables privileged identity management, role-based identity administration, as well as identity intelligence. North-by-East needs a strong IGA product if it….
Crooke, M. (2015). IdentityIQ is flexible but customizing everything will add to your costs now and your maintenance later. Keep it simple. Retrieved from: https://www.itcentralstation.com/product_reviews/sailpoint-identityiq-review-31992 - by-matt-crooke
Gartner (2017). IdentityIQ. Retrieved from: https://www.gartner.com/reviews/market/identity-governance - administration/vendor/sailpoint
Kannan, S. (n.d.). Overview of SailPoint IdentityIQ. Retrieved from: https://sbkannan.wordpress.com/knowledge-transfer/identityiq/
SailPoint (2015). SailPoint releases the first open identity and access management platform. Retrieved from: https://www.sailpoint.com/news/identityiq-7/
The ingredient list on the can, according to the Mountaindew website includes: "CABONATED WATE, SUGA, OANGE JUICE CONCENTATE, CITIC ACID, NATUAL FLAVO, SODIUM BENZOATE (PESEVES FESHNESS), CAFFEINE, SODIUM CITATE, GUM AABIC, EYTHOBIC ACID (PESEVES FESHNESS), CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (TO POTECT FLAVO), BOMINATED VEGETABLE OIL, YELLOW 5" (http://pepsiproductfacts.com/infobyproduct.php?brand_fam_id=1049&brand_id=1000&product=Mountain+Dew+Throwback). The notation also states that calories are 110 per service while the can itself notes 170 calories. Either way there is a clear sense that Pepsico has invested in this idea and developed a product that has successfully caught the attention of many consumers, some who previously drank Mountain Dew or other Pepsi products made with high fructose corn syrup and others that drank other beverages but were willing to try the throwback version and have become loyal to it.
In closing it is clear that the intention of Pepsico was to offer consumers something they were asking for, i.e. A healthier product.….
Engber, Daniel (28 April 2009). "The decline and fall of high-fructose corn syrup." Slate. http://www.slate.com/id/2216796/ . Retrieved 27 June 2011.
Mountaindew Website (June 2011) http://www.mountaindew.com/#/products/throwback.php . Retrieved 27 June 2011.
Tanner, Steve (7 January 2010). "Mountain Dew Throwback -- December 2009 Rerelease." BevReview. http://www.bevreview.com/2010/01/07/mountain-dew-throwback-december-2009-rerelease/. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
Tanner, Steve (16 June 2010). "Pepsi, Dew Throwback to return for 3rd run in August for 5 weeks." BevReview. http://www.bevreview.com/2010/06/16/throwback-thirds-pepsi-dew-throwback-to-return-for-3rd-run-in-august-for-5-weeks/. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
Product Costing systems (ABC, job costing, put costing, .) advanced topic managerial accounting the thesis statemenit a position body paper show evidence support position. The paper discuss opposite point view discuss position valid.
Product costing systems
Product costing system is a management tool which identifies the actual cost of producing each product. It identifies the profits and loss which can be gained or incurred on each product, hence giving companies the opportunity of identifying and promoting of profitable product while dropping, re-pricing or redesigning of unprofitable products Brierley, 2008.
Product costing is a highly sensitive area for managerial accountants, recently, most of them have changed their focus such that they give their attention to appropriate treatment costs which are directly associated with resources that are committed to support activities, which within the company do not vary proportionally to production once the initial capacities have been set. In such as an event, it is….
Brierley, J.A. (2008). Toward an Understanding of the Sophistication of Product Costing Systems. [Article]. Journal of Management Accounting Research, 20, 61-78.
Brierley, J.A. (2010). The determinants of overhead assignment sophistication in product costing systems. [Article]. Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance (Wiley), 21(4), 69-75. doi: 10.1002/jcaf.20597
Brierley, J.A. (2011). A Comparison of the Product Costing Practices of Large and Small- to Medium-Sized Enterprises: A Survey of British Manufacturing Firms. [Article]. International Journal of Management, 28(4), 184-193.
Drudy, & M. Tayles. (2005). The British Accounting Review Explicating the design of overhead absorption procedures in UK organizations, 37(1), 47 -- 84.
Product Liability Tort
RISK AND RESPONSIILITY
A tort is a civil wrong, loss or harm inflicted by a person's behavior upon another (LII, 2010). While it is not necessarily an illegal act itself, the law allows the person harmed to recover his loss or receive compensation for the harm. It differs from a crime wherein the person's harmful act affects society in general. A claim of tort may be filed in a civil court. The three main elements of a tort are duty, the breach of that duty, and the injury or harm caused by the breach. The four main types of torts are intentional, negligence, strict liability, and nuisance. One type of negligence torts is products liability (LII).
Products liability can be incurred by any or all of the persons involved in the manufacturing chain of a product for the damage it causes (LII, 2010; Lim, 2012). It may be the manufacturer….
Harb, T. (2008). 7 essential elements of ERM and the role of internal audit. The Institute of Internal Auditors. Retrieved on December 29, 2012 from http://www.inconsult.com.au/Articles/Essential%2520elements%2520of%2520role%2520of%2520Internal%2520Audit.pdf
LII (2010). Products liability. Legal Information Institute: Cornell University Law
School. Retrieved on December 30, 2012 from http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/products_liability
Lim, K. (2012). How can businesses reduce product liability risks? Globial International
On the other hand, iMac is performing relatively great from AMD in terms of a number of things like cost effectiveness, quality and advertisement. In the next section, we will talk about the marketing mix which usually called marketing communication mix.
Marketing Mix of iMac
Marketing mix essence is the most important essence underlies in marketing communication. Through the mix the researcher analyze the operation management of an entity along with its consumer choice and specification (Salas, 1992). There are 4 elements comes under the umbrella of marketing mix which predominantly are
Basically a product is an ending process of an organization. The product of Apple Inc. is remarkable in terms of quality and reliability, but there is a need to enhance the quality of the product more to make this brand more powerful.
Price is the thing on which the consumers emphasize a lot. The buying power of every individual is always….
Alvin, J (2006), Marketing: An Introduction, Prentice Hall Publications
Brannan, T (1995), a Practical Guide to Integrated Marketing Communications, John Wiley & Sons Professional Publications
Baker, J (2007), the Marketing Book, Curtin University of Technology Publications
Parmerlee, a (1993), Product Analysis: Selecting the Right Product, McGraw Hill Publications
Product and Supply Chain
Because of globalization world economies are increasingly becoming interdependent. The global market forces have made some business enterprises more vulnerable to economic crisis. Manufacturers have to take cognizance of the fact that global food prices are soaring because of supply constrains occasioned by bad weather. Surge in interest rates for investors who depend on bonds to provide a steady yield is an aspect of global market forces. Periods of long ultra-low interest rates steadily erode these investors income. ising interest rates also erode these investors principal. obust growth in emerging markets is a boon for the entire global economy. However, it comes with a price. Soaring inflation in emerging markets is majorly caused by ultra-low interest rates and strong capital flows. This is something that manufacturers in emerging economies have to be wary of. The global economy is becoming more connected. With the complex flows of capital,….
Cetinkaya, B., Cuthbertson, R., Ewer, G., Klaas-Wissing, T, Piotrowicz, W. & Tyssen, C.
(2011). Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Practical Ideas for Moving Towards Best
Practice. New York: Springer.
Deloitte (2013). Supply chain risk strategies for emerging markets: Understanding the importance of risk. Retrieved from http://www.deloitte.com/assets/Dcom-
Unlike most television series which wait until the entire series is filmed and aired before they release it on DVD, Glee has already released its first season on DVD, despite the fact that they have not yet completed filming the second season. This strategy supports increased sales volumes due to the following reasons:
It allows the Glee fans to immediately purchase the DVD and view any episode they missed or simply review the series or the episodes they liked
It allows the Glee fans to begin collecting the series on DVD, which also supports the popularity of the show.
Another reason as to why it is estimated that the sales of the Glee DVDs would register high volumes is pegged to the soundtracks used in the filming of the series, namely the songs the students in the glee club sing. These are popular songs, listened and appreciated all over the world. They….
EI's commitment to being the trusted advisor in the sports areas they concentrate on is a proven strategy in its industry as North Face has successfully implemented this same approach to gain consumers' and sports enthusiasts' trust (Kusterbeck, 2008). Of the two companies, EI has been more successful therefore in transforming their expertise into a competitive advantage, and supporting an effective multichannel selling strategy too.
Assessing the Impact of an Expert-Driven Multichannel Strategy
Where Sports Authority has centered its marketing overall and website specifically on product features and a product line grouping by demographics, EI has centered their multichannel strategy on becoming the trusted advisor in snowboarding. The difference is that EI drives its product mix based on knowledge of the buyer and creates channels to inform and sell at the same time. The kiosks in their stores have access to all 78,000 items in their catalog, creating a virtual trusted….
Kusterbeck, S.. (2008, November). Knowledge is Power for the North Face. Apparel, 50(3), 22.
Jordan K. Speer. (2006, April). REI Continues its Transformation with PLM. Apparel, 47(8), 40-42.
Laurie Sullivan. (2004, November). E-Commerce: Promise Fulfilled. InformationWeek,(1013), 70-74.
This practically also pays big dividends for manufacturers as they continue to strive to keep their Energy STA Compliance ratings on products, leading to lower costs for power supply, electrical system integration and less product wear due to more efficient use of energy. Studies also indicate that Energy STA compliance, when designed in as part of the DfE initiatives in a PLM system, can have an exceptionally high accumulative impact as well (Preston, 2001).
Integrating DfE into PLM frameworks then not only alleviates the unnecessary and often high costs of noncompliance to federal and global mandates, this integration has also been shown to reduce the net amount of new product components necessary, further creating higher levels of reliability in products over time (Mascle, Zhao, 2008).
There are many additional benefits to integrating DfE product development practices into the broader PLM frameworks manufacturers use for designing, launching, managing and discontinuing products. The….
Abramovici, M. (2007). Future trends in product lifecycle management (plm). Springer-Verlag Publishing, London, UK. (pp. 665-674).
Mike Adami-Sampson. (2007, February). Design for environmental compliance. Control Engineering, 54(2), 12-14.
Vidhi A Chaudhri. (2006). Organising Global CSR: A Case Study of Hewlett-Packard's e-inclusion Initiative*. The Journal of Corporate Citizenship,(23), 39-51.
Deathe, A., MacDonald, E., & Amos, W.. (2008). E-waste Management Programmes and the Promotion of Design for the Environment: Assessing Canada's Contributions. Review of European Community & International Environmental Law, 17(3), 319-334.
Figure 1, Distribution of Starbucks Customers Worldwide, 2009 was derived from the company's filings with the Security and Exchange Commission and their annual reports. The most brand-loyal customers on average spend $4.42 per visit and also have loyalty cards and Starbucks credit cards as well (Seiler, 2005).
Figure 1: Distribution of Starbucks Customers, Worldwide 2009
Source: Based on Analysis from http://investor.starbucks.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=99518&p=irol-irhome
Starbuck's faces a very wide variety of competitors, from the smaller independent coffee shops to the regionalized chains including Caribou Coffee, Peet's Coffee & Tea and their most entrenched competitor, Dunkin Donuts. Dunkin' Donuts operates in 38 states and has over 3,800 stores. Starbucks' differentiates against all these competitors with the experience their stores provide and the attention unique customer requirements for customized drinks (Nolan, 2007).
A statement of core strategy
The core strategy of Starbucks is to deliver an exceptional customer experience and provide the greatest flexibility….
Carolina Marahao, & Alexandre de Padua Carrieri. (2007). Tribal Knowledge: Business Wisdom Brewed from the Grounds of Starbucks Corporate Culture. Corporate Reputation Review, 10(3), 213-215.
Sara Nolan. (2007). The STARBUCKS EXPERIENCE. Strategic Communication Management, 11(3), 3.
Stanley C. Plog. (2005). Starbucks: More than a Cup of Coffee. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 46(2), 284-287.
Marianne Seiler. (2005). High performance. Marketing Management, 14(6), 18-23.
Product liability is an area of law in which any organization that either makes products (manufacturers) or distributes to the public (makes available) may be held responsible for potential injuries that may be caused by those products. In the United States, claims for product liability are usually associated with some type of negligence, breach of warranty, or other consumer protection issues. However, the large majority of product liability laws vary considerably because they are determined from state to state. This, of course, makes it problematical to litigate across state boundaries, as well as ensure that manufacturing requirements are met more universally (Golden, 2000).
Case -- Jennings v. Baxter Healthcare Corporation. 331 Oregon 285.14.P.3d596 (2000)
In 1978, Plaintiff received silicone breast implants following a mastectomy. Both implants partially deflated: the first in 1980 (and was replaced), the second in 1992. In 1993, Plaintiff had the implants removed, and it was discovered that one….
An additional example of how a company learned how to use techno0loigy effectively in their new product development strategies is Motorola. Having been initially challenged with the entire process of new product development and introductions due to a slow-moving company, Motorola was able to spin off the new product development of their popular azr phone and gain significant market share as a result (Burkett, 2005). Each of these examples illustrates how technologies have been used to mitigate the risk of new product introductions. The success of the azr product launch (Burkett, 2005) is a case in point. Mattel and Coca Cola both have extensive programs for using technology-based systems and applications for listening to customers, yet in the case of the product introductions mentioned, they failed to accurately gauge the level of interest in product concepts.
Legal and Ethical Implications of New Product Development
The legal and ethical considerations of launching….
Andritsos, D., & Tang, . (2010). Launching new products through exclusive sales channels. European Journal of Operational Research, 204(2), 366.
Michael Burkett. (2005, July). The "Perfect" Product Launch. Supply Chain Management Review, 9(5), 12-13.
LESLEY GILLIAN. (2003, June 28). Almost famous: Sorting treasures from trash: how big brand blunders can work to your advantage URBAN ARCHAEOLOGIST - LESLEY GILLIAN: [LONDON 1ST EDITION]. Financial Times, p. 8.
Grumet, L.. (2009). Stretch the Brand, Don't Lose the Equity. The CPA Journal, 79(1), 7.
a) The product is a food replicator. This product can rearrange the particles in the air and turn them into comestibles. The user will simply enter the food that he or she wants to eat, and the replicator will create it. There will be models that are focused on different ethnic cuisines, so if somebody in the U.S. asks for chicken and waffles, they can get that, and if someone in Singapore wants chicken rice, that can be arranged.
b) The market is going to consist of high net worth individuals. This is because the replicator is expensive to produce. Also as a unique product it has a lot of inherent value to people, especially given the popularity of fine dining these days. So net worth is the primary segmentation variable. Income is a proxy for this.
c) I chose this method of customer segmentation because the product costs a lot to….
Product Management Issues
Quality of Design, Performance, and TQM -- As manufacturing design and implementation became even more complex, an integrative approach to the end product became necessary. There are many theoretical rubrics for this, but one of the more stable and robust is that of TQM, or Total Quality Management. TQM, like other theories such as Six Sigma, is based on the idea that the quality of the end product is the responsibility of everyone who touches the process -- from the creation to the manufacturing to the distribution. TQM, as noted, is an evolving process, and one that includes design, process management, stakeholder involvement and integration, leadership and management, strategic planning, cross-functional training opportunities, and the ongoing involvement of all employees. It becomes, in fact, the culture of the company. (Peratec, 1995). There are different aspects of TQM that impact the organization in slightly different ways, although the end….
Chaos Theory: A Brief Introduction. (2010) IMHO. Retrieved from:
Trend and Control Chart Interpretation. (2009). Success Through Quality. Retrieved from: http://www.successthroughquality.com/trend_Interpretation.htm
Using Change Concepts for Improvement. (March 30, 2012). Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Retrieved from: http://www.ihi.org/knowledge/Pages / Changes/UsingChangeConceptsforImprovement.aspx
Technology and Product eview for an SIEM Solution There are different approaches that are utilized for security management, which has resulted in the emergence of different security technology categories including…Read Full Paper ❯
Identity Governance and Administration Case Study 3_Technology and Product eview for Identity Governance and Administration While cyber security attacks are often executed by outsiders, insiders also present a major threat. Insider…Read Full Paper ❯
The ingredient list on the can, according to the Mountaindew website includes: "CABONATED WATE, SUGA, OANGE JUICE CONCENTATE, CITIC ACID, NATUAL FLAVO, SODIUM BENZOATE (PESEVES FESHNESS), CAFFEINE, SODIUM…Read Full Paper ❯
Product Costing systems (ABC, job costing, put costing, .) advanced topic managerial accounting the thesis statemenit a position body paper show evidence support position. The paper discuss opposite point…Read Full Paper ❯
Business - Management
Product Liability Tort RISK AND RESPONSIILITY A tort is a civil wrong, loss or harm inflicted by a person's behavior upon another (LII, 2010). While it is not necessarily an illegal…Read Full Paper ❯
Business - Advertising
On the other hand, iMac is performing relatively great from AMD in terms of a number of things like cost effectiveness, quality and advertisement. In the next section,…Read Full Paper ❯
Product and Supply Chain Because of globalization world economies are increasingly becoming interdependent. The global market forces have made some business enterprises more vulnerable to economic crisis. Manufacturers have to…Read Full Paper ❯
Unlike most television series which wait until the entire series is filmed and aired before they release it on DVD, Glee has already released its first season on…Read Full Paper ❯
EI's commitment to being the trusted advisor in the sports areas they concentrate on is a proven strategy in its industry as North Face has successfully implemented this…Read Full Paper ❯
Business - Management
This practically also pays big dividends for manufacturers as they continue to strive to keep their Energy STA Compliance ratings on products, leading to lower costs for power…Read Full Paper ❯
Figure 1, Distribution of Starbucks Customers Worldwide, 2009 was derived from the company's filings with the Security and Exchange Commission and their annual reports. The most brand-loyal customers…Read Full Paper ❯
Business - Law
Product liability is an area of law in which any organization that either makes products (manufacturers) or distributes to the public (makes available) may be held responsible for potential…Read Full Paper ❯
Business - Advertising
An additional example of how a company learned how to use techno0loigy effectively in their new product development strategies is Motorola. Having been initially challenged with the entire…Read Full Paper ❯
Product a) The product is a food replicator. This product can rearrange the particles in the air and turn them into comestibles. The user will simply enter the food that…Read Full Paper ❯
Business - Management
Product Management Issues Quality of Design, Performance, and TQM -- As manufacturing design and implementation became even more complex, an integrative approach to the end product became necessary. There are…Read Full Paper ❯