The number of patients who are suffering from asthma and breathing problems in the UK is on the rise. Companies such as Ruritanian Oxygen Company (ROC), therefore, are mainly established in order to securely supply both those patients and local hospitals with medical gases (such as Oxygen in cylinders). Hospitals can basically order oxygen cylinders from ROC to be delivered to patients at their home when they are not at hospital.
The main aims of the new system of the ROC are to operate a secure network of cylinder warehouses and to continually deliver Oxygen cylinders to patients via a fleet of vans. In addition, the new system requires replacing the current (tradition) system such as facsimile with a new and secure system such as ROC portal and E-mail systems. This will allow customers to track their orders and even ROC can track their drivers in order to send them new instructions without the necessity of returning to the company.
However, as ROC is struggling with supplying the entire UK, they have to subcontract with local medical gas companies to underpin them by covering certain areas in the UK.
1.2. Information lifecycle and classification
There are multitudes of information that are needed to be processed and collected by ROC system. Some of this information is sensitive, and therefore it must be well-secured and protected from potential risks (confidential) in order to avoid negative consequences. Some of the sensitive information is as follow:
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In her famous 1776 letter to her husband, Abigail Adams wrote in regards to the formation of the constitution: “in the new code of laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make, I desire you would remember the ladies and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors” (how do u cite stuff) However, it would take another 144 years of dedicated, tireless effort in order for women to receive the basic constitutional right of voting. This conversion of women being seen as second-class civilians to becoming full citizens with the power to vote was a monumental political change in our country. Many suffragists of all backgrounds dedicated their lives to see this change occur. These suffragists were fueled by the hope that women would someday be equal to men not only in the eyes of our government, but in the eyes of our society as well. Their efforts transformed women’s suffrage from an improbable and far-fetched dream, into an awe-inspiring reality.
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This final part of the project contains an in-depth and comprehensive report on the security system at Natividad Medical Center. Using relevant peer-reviewed and technical reports, I devise an analysis plan that explains thoroughly, how I will analyze as well as evaluate Natividad Medical Center's Hospital Computer Information Systems (HCIS) network and its hospital-grade systems infrastructure and technology components. In this comprehensive report, the details of what is going to be analyzed is presented as well as how I am going to analyze the systems (process and tools). The criterion for measuring the various elements is also presented. The rationale behind the choice of the elements is also presented.
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