cilo 2 criteria unsatisfactory baseline developing good exemplary assets B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e

cilo 2 criteria unsatisfactory baseline developing good exemplary assets B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e

Portfolio Project 5.1 (Week 13)
HRVA
KFSC, Fall 2020
Instructions
a. Read through the asset assignment list, and find the asset assigned to your
section squad.
b. Meet with your squad section to discuss the asset you have been assigned to
analyze from a risk-management perspective here in Saudi Arabia.
c. Collaborate in your online research and analysis, but you must submit your
own report in your own writing where you present your own answers to the
four-part assignment described below.
d. Organize a research and writing schedule so you can submit this assignment
by 7 December at midnight.
e. Do not commit plagiarism. Any evidence that the cadet submits English
writing that is not their own will result in a zero grade. This includes copying
from other cadets, plagiarizing published or Internet sources, and using
Google Translate to generate sentences.
f. You will be graded on your ability to utilize theories, analysis, information,
and historical perspective that were addressed in this course. So, please
review the course material before starting to work on this project.
g. State clearly any simplifying assumptions you need to make in order to
perform reasonably rational analysis.
1. Hazards
a. Hazards: Consider your assigned asset and explain what are the three
most relevant hazards it faces, and the degree to which they are
related to each other. (12.5%)
b. Assessment: Place your selected hazards in a hazard matrix and
justify by estimating the probability and magnitude with valid data.
(12.5%)
Rubric for CILO 1
Criteria Unsatisfactory Baseline Developing Good Exemplary
Hazards Does not
identify a
hazard
Identifies
one
relevant
hazard
Identifies
multiple
relevant
hazards
…and
describes
potential
harm or
loss
…and discusses
interrelationships among
identified hazards
Assessment Fails to
identify
probability or
magnitude of
a hazard.
Identifies
probability
or
magnitude
of one
hazard
Assesses
probability
and
magnitude
of multiple
hazards
…and
supports
assessment
with
sources or
other data
…and critiques
assessment including
counterarguments
2. Vulnerability Assessment
a. Assets: Select the hazard with the greatest magnitude in Question 1.
Then explain with valid evidence and analysis the three components
of your asset’s system that are the most critical for securing the asset
from that hazard. (8.33%)
b. Vulnerability: Justify your selection of critical components by
explaining the loss that can occur should they get attacked both
individually and simultaneously. (8.33%)
c. Evidence: List the sources you used in the above answers using
proper academic conventions. Specify exactly have you used them in
your writing to increase the validity of your conclusions. And explain
what makes your sources trustworthy? (8.33%)
Rubric for CILO 2
Criteria Unsatisfactory
Baseline Developing Good Exemplary
Assets Does not
identify an
asset
Identifies
one asset
Describes
multiple
assets
And links to
specific
hazards
And
discusses
potential
harm hazards
pose to each
asset.
Vulnerability Does not
identify a
vulnerability
of an asset.
Identifies
one
vulnerability
of an asset.
Discusses
multiple
vulnerabilities
of assets
…and
explains the
consequences
of each
vulnerability
in terms of
harm
…and
speculates on
how
vulnerabilities
can lead to
new
vulnerabilities
Evidence No evidence
referenced
One piece
of evidence
from
literature
referenced
Multiple
pieces of
evidence
from
literature
referenced
…in
accordance
with
academic
conventions
…and with
the quality of
evidence
discussed.
3. Risk Analysis
a. Technique: Describe the different options one has for calculating risk,
and explain which one is most appropriate for the hazard you selected
in Question 2. (12.5%)
b. Risk: Using valid data and historical perspective, estimate the
approximate risk to your asset, to include both human and financial
perspectives, should each of the three critical components selected in
Question 2 get attacked by the selected hazard. (12.5%)
Rubric for CILO 3:
Criteria Unsatisfactory Baseline Developing Good Exemplary
Risk No
intersections
identified
Identify one
intersection
between
hazards and
vulnerabilities.
Identify
multiple
intersections
between
hazards and
vulnerabilities
…and
describes
consequent
risks
…and
discuss
range of
impact
with
reference
to past
examples
Technique No technique
identified or
described
Describe
multiple
techniques
…and apply
appropriate
technique(s)
to current
asset
…and
explain
choices
…and
compare
and
contrast
results
4. Risk Management
a. Best Practice: Explain with valid evidence what the basic strategic
approaches are that the MOI should consider to reduce the highest risk
assessed in Question 3 to a politically acceptable level in Saudi Arabia.
(8.33%)
b. Mitigation: Within these strategic options, explain and justify three
specific tactics that should be prioritized for investment by the
government of Saudi Arabia. (8.33%)
c. Localization: What are some of the shortcomings that might limit the
effectiveness of these three tactics in Saudi society? Recommend some
ways to remedy these weaknesses. (8.33%)
Rubric for CILO 4:
Criteria Unsatisfactory Baseline Developing Good Exemplary
Best
Practice
No best
practice
identified.
One best
practice
described.
Multiple
best
practices
described
…and
advantages
explained
…and
authority and
acceptance
discussed.
Localization No insights
derived from
best practice.
One insight
on
usefulness
of best
practice
given a
Saudi
specific
scenario.
Multiple
insights on
usefulness
of best
practice
given a
Saudi
specific
scenario
…and any
disadvantages
discussed
…with
possible
modifications
to improve
local fit
discussed.
Mitigation No mitigation
approach
proposed.
Unidimensional
mitigation
approach
proposed.
Multidimensional
mitigation
approach
proposed
…with realistic
design
specifications
tied to
specific
vulnerabilities
……with a
discussion of
shortcomings
and why they
are not
serious
enough to
discard the
approach.