Choose a recognized High-Tech company, identify the company and give a general o

Choose a recognized High-Tech company, identify the company and give a general overview. The exact elements that you need in your company overview will depend upon what details of the business are important, but there are some foundational elements that will be included in every company overview.
(A)  Basic Company Information: Consider the company overview like an introduction. In the opening paragraph of your company overview, you’ll want to include basic company information.  That includes:
Ø  The company name: This should be the official name of business.
Ø  Business structure: What kind of business entity: sole proprietorship, LLC, partnership, or corporation.
Ø  Location(s): Where is the business is headquartered (include other locations the business owns if its relevant).
(B)   Company History: Part of what makes the company unique is its history. Don’t put too much focus on this section, but do add some personality and interesting details if possible, especially if they relate to your company culture.
(C)   Mission Statement: What is the company’s mission statement (if available)? If you can’t find the company’s mission statement, that’s okay; write a mission statement that would be applicable to the company.
(D)  Product/Service and Customer: This section of the company overview is where you can share the details of the business. Talk about what product or service the company provides and to whom it provides it to. The company overview should give the reader a general understanding of the business, its product or service and its customer(s). Keep it simple and straightforward here.
(E)   Future Business: While concrete details and facts about the company are important to understanding the organization; it’s also important to share its aspirations and/or future markets. The section should include a brief description business future endeavours. 
Step Two
(A)   Risk Assessment: Utilizing the information from ISTM 6202 – Lecture #02 perform a detailed risk assessment.  Within the risk assessment perform a Threat Assessment and Analysis and a Vulnerability Assessment.
(B)   Risk Management: encompasses the identification, analysis, and response to risk factors that form part of the life of a business. Effective risk management means attempting to control, as much as possible, future outcomes by acting proactively rather than reactively.   Once you have completed your Risk Assessment, detail a Risk Management strategy to mitigate for the risk you have identified.

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