APU ISSC661 Week 8 Assignment-Risk Assessment Case Study Question Instructions: The Risk Assessment case study will use NIST SpecialPublication 800-30 (available at http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/drafts/800-30rev1/SP800-30-Rev1-ipd.pdf or in the Course Resources area) as the basis for performing a risk assessment of a selected computing system. Using the Week 6 information wherein you selected your information system for assessment a initially populated Tables I-5 and I-7 from the NIST SP800-30, you will now finalize the creation and population of your adversarial and a nonadversarial risk assessment patterned after Table I-5 and Table I-7 in NIST SP 800-30 – this means that you should fill out those two templates as a minimum as part of your assessment – and provide discussion and analysis from that assessment. This case study will count for 10% of the final grade. This case study will be due at the end of Week 8. The case study should be between 7-8 pages long (not counting the Cover and Reference pages), the Tables can either be embedded in the text of your discussion or included as attachments to your paper, and will follow a conventional paper format (Cover page, Body of Paper with introduction, risk assessment / discussion / analysis / argument / body, conclusion, and references pages). See the Writing Expectations contained in the Policies section of the Syllabus for specific focus areas / guidance as well as conforming with APA 6th edition style guidelines. Submission Instructions: See the Writing Instructions in your Syllabus as well as inserted below. Please submit a Word document in the defined format to your Assignment folder by 11:55PM, Sunday, EST. Your writing assignment will automatically be run through TurnItIn (just submit, you do nothing else) to aid in preparing for your Final Research Paper, and also as a tool to help with proper citation of research source material and appropriate attribution of that material. The level of expectation is; All submission need to be under 15% total originality score, with each individual references no higher than 2% originality score.