Explain difference between metrics measures and measurements

1. Please research cybercrime and post one article that you found, then do a summary of that article. Please comment on two of your classmate’s postings. There is no time limit on the crime so it can be recent or in the past. Please ensure your primary posting is completed by Friday so there is sufficient time for each of you to comment on other postings.

2. Please use this conference to provide me your feedback on the courses. What were your experiences regarding the assignments? What did you learn in this class? What areas of the course do you think could be improved?

3. After reading Black, Scarfone, and Souppaya (2008), choose one of the cybersecurity measurement problems discussed by the authors. Explain the problem in your own words and address how and why this problem could impact a cybersecurity focused evaluation of emerging technologies or emerging applications of technologies which are intended for use in a business environment.

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Reference:

Black, P. E., Scarfone, K., &Souppaya, M. (2008). Cybersecurity metrics and measures.In J. G. Voller (Ed.) Handbook of science and technology for homeland security (vol. 5). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. Retrieved from http://hissa.nist.gov/~black/Papers/cyberSecurityMetrics2007proof.pdf

4. Read sections 1, 2, and 7 in Bartol, Bates, Goertzel, and Winograd (2009)before attempting to answer this question.

1. Explain in your own words the differences between metrics, measures, and measurements.

2. What types of measures will you need to collect during your proposed technology evaluation?

3. How will you collect these measures? (What actions will be necessary to collect the required data?)
Post your analysis as 250+ word response to this message. Include APA format citations and references as appropriate to the information used and the sources from which you obtained that information.

Reference: Bartol, N., Bates, B., Goertzel, K. M., &Winograd, T. (2009). Measuring cyber security and information assurance: A state-of-the-art report. Herndon, VA: IATAC. Retrieved from https://buildsecurityin.us-cert.gov/sites/default/files/MeasuringCybersecurityIA.PDF

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