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Assignment 2 Offensive Security Audit | Management

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Instructions

In this assignment, you will be provided with three context briefs, from which you will be required to select any one business or organisation for your analysis and complete the tasks below (A and B). As much as possible, focus on the details provided in the brief. Where information is not provided but integral to your analysis, make reasonable assumptions (which should be clearly stated and explained). At the end of this assignment, you will be required to submit:

1. Vulnerability Analysis and Execution Plan (75%)

2. Video (or audio) message (25%)

1. Vulnerability Analysis and Execution Plan

This assignment will involve detailed analysis of your chosen organisation’s security vulnerabilities and the development of a possible hacking execution plan. The suggested research and content division for the two components is as follows:

1. Vulnerability Analysis (50%)

2. Execution Plan (25%)

Vulnerability Analysis

Identify three possible ways to breach the security of the organisation, and for each identified breach method, please:

1. Identify the type of data you will attempt to obtain

2. Discuss the potential target with respect to approach points

3. Elaborate on your motivation behind the hack (i.e. from a hacker’s perspective)

4. List the impacts of your chosen security breach on the organisation (i.e. financial costs, brand distortion, impact on employees)

5. Identify a hacker or hacking group that could possibly be associated with this form of attack

6. Describe an example of where a similar approach has been used in a similar context 

Execution Plan

Select one of the possible options from the Vulnerability Analysis (above) and develop an execution plan. Your implementation plan should detail:

1. The resources required for this attack and how you will obtain them (e.g. tools, money, time, people)

2. Methodology for the attack, both technical and non-technical

3. The timeline for the planned attack and a step-by-step approach

4. Discuss the impacts of your hacking attack on the organisation

5. Video (or audio) message (25%)

2. Video (or audio) message (25%)

Record a two-minute video or audio message to your target organisation. This message will be intended to let the organisation know about your hack. Include the following topics of discussion in your message:

1. Why you have hacked the organisation

2. What information you have obtained about the organisation

3. How you will be utilising or exploiting this information to create the maximum level of impact

Context 1: School

Location and environment

1. Inner suburb school

2. On the outskirts of the city, with both residential and commercial buildings

3. Mid to high-density area

Technology

1. Password-protected Wi-Fi for students and staff

2. 3 computer labs with 10 computers and network-connected printers

3. Use of personal iPads and laptop computers is allowed for students

4. Use of externally hosted learning management system, which also manages grades and enrolment

5. Externally hosted email for students (Gmail)

6. Externally hosted file sharing (Google Drive)

7. Staff files are secured within the school firewall and cloud-synchronized on a nightly basis

8. All files are backed up on the school server every night

9. Staff HR system runs on the school server (located on the premises)

People

1. 1000 student, from grade 10 to 12

2. 48 teachers, 9 maintenance staff, 12 casual staff

3. All permanent staff require police checks

4. Students have given email address with their student ID and the school domain

5. Other people engaged with the school include parents, community organisations, government staff and vendors 

Context 2: Cafe

Location and environment

1. Inner suburb cafe

2. On the outskirts of the city, with both residential and commercial buildings

3. Mid to high-density area

Technology

1. Password-protected Wi-Fi for staff and patrons

2. iPads used for taking orders, sending orders wirelessly to kitchen, and transmitting to cashier counters

3. Externally hosted file sharing for staff (Google Drive)

4. Staff HR and POS systems run on the cafe server (located on the premises)

5. POS (Point of Sales) system with integrated:

  1. Payment technologies

  2. Staff rosters

  3. Operating hours

  4. Hourly sales reports

6. All files are backed up on the cafe server every night

7. POS system and staff files secured within café firewall and cloud-synchronised on a nightly basis

People

1. Permanent full-time staff: 3 baristas, 5 waiters, 1 manager

2. 2 maintenance staff who come in every evening after closing (8 pm)

3. All permanent staff require police checks

4. Maintenance staff require reference checks with their previous employer(s)

Context 3: Hospital

Location and environment

1. Inner suburb hospital

2. On the outskirts of the city, with both residential and commercial buildings

3. Mid to high-density area

Technology

1. Password-protected Wi-Fi for visitors/patients

  1. Visitors and patients can request for password from any receptionist

2. Hospital staff use different network, also password-protected

3. Internally hosted email for staff

4. Nurses and doctors are given a hospital iPad, receptionists use desktops

5. Externally hosted software system to manage electronic medical and health records (EMR, EHR)

  1. Billing system

  2. Prescriptions

  3. Scanned documents

  4. Medication tracking

6. Staff HR system runs on the hospital server (located on the premises)

7. Staff files are secured within hospital firewall and cloud-synchronised on nightly basis

8. All files are backed up on the hospital server every night

9. Cloud files include those from 3 other hospitals in the chain, in surrounding suburbs

People

1. Permanent full-time staff: 200 doctors, 500 nurses, 20 receptionists

2. Casual: 35 maintenance staff

  1. Operate on roster, 5 each day

3. Permanent staff have thorough police and background checks with references

4. Staff have given email address with their staff ID and the hospital domain

5. Other people engaged with the hospital include community organisations, government staff and student volunteers

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