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Subject Title : Cybersecurity insurance within banking sector Assignment Details

Subject Title : Cybersecurity insurance within banking sector
Assignment Details : • Opening formalities (title page, declarations, index)
• Abstract (executive summary). This will cover a brief desсrіption of the issues within Cyber Security Insurance that faces banks, the gaps identified and the brief recommendations to address these issues
• Introduction
– Background
Details will be provided on why banks get cyber security insurance
– Research questions
If the cyber security insurance serves as enough protection against cyber-attacks and incidents? Subsequently the significance of cyber security risk management to ensure the insurance coverage remains beneficial.
– Learning objectives
The work will accomplish stronger governance with respect to cyber security risk management. Also, the fast-changing pace of cyber threats that require policies,
• Chapter
Cyber Security Risks and frameworks based on industry practices and international standards (NIST, ISO etc)
• Cyber Security Insurance – Desсrіption, key concepts/coverage and failed claims
At least 30 academic and international standards
Reference. Harvard style.
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In this assignment, assume you are a financial analyst researching companies in

In this assignment, assume you are a financial analyst researching companies in which to invest.
Select a U.S. publically-traded company (no investment firms) you think might be a good investment and perform a financial analysis. Your analysis should include the following:
Company Overview. Conduct research and describe the company, its operations, locations, markets, and lines of business. Collect your company′s financial statements, fiscal or calendar (please insert these in the appendix). These financial statements must include at least the income statement, the balance sheet, and statement of cash flows.
• Financial Performance. Based on the financial trends of the company, predict how these trends will impact financial performance in future periods to make a buy/sell recommendation. Explain the rationale for your prediction and recommendation by calculating and interpreting the 18 ratios below:
Liquidity Ratios help us understand if we can meet our obligations over the short run. Higher liquidity levels indicate that we can easily meet our current obligations.
Show the formula, show calculations and graph of (for 5 years) the trend, graph and discuss in detail benchmark ratios to industry average, and interpret the following ratios to assess your firm′s liquidity using financial statements, earnings reports, and quarterly /monthly reports, and current information in the news or financial
data:
Current Ratio
Ouick Ratio
Asset management ratios measure the ability of assets to generate revenues or earnings. They also compliment liquidity ratios. Show the formula, show calculations and graph of (for 5 years) the trend, graph and discuss in detail benchmark ratios to industry average, and interpret the following ratios to assess how effectively your firm is managing its assets using financial statements, earnings reports. and quarterly/ monthly reports, and current information in the news or financial data:
Inventory Turnover Ratio
Days Sales Outstanding
Fixed Assets Turnover Ratio
Total Assets Turnover Ratio
Debt management ratios or leverage ratios measure the use of debt and equity for financing of assets. Show the formula, show calculations and graph of (for 5 years) the trend, graph and discuss in detail benchmark ratios to industry average, and
interpret the following ratios to assess how effectively your firm is managing its debt using financial statements, earnings reports, and quarterly / monthly reports.
and current information in the news or financial data:
Equity Multiplier or Financial Leverage
Debt-to-Equity Ratio
Debt Ratio
Times-Interest-Earned Ratio
Profitability Ratios measure the level of earnings in comparison to a base, such as assets, sales, or capital. Show the formula. show calculations and graph of (for 5 years) the trend, graph and discuss in detail benchmark ratios to industry average. and interpret the following ratios to assess the combined effects of liquidity, asset management, and debt on your firm′s operating results using financial statements. earnings reports, and quarterly /monthly reports, and current information in the news or financial data:
Operating Margin
Profit Margin
Return on Total Assets
Basic Earning Power (BEP) Ratio
Return on Common Equity
Market value ratios attempt to measure the economic status of the organization within the marketplace. These ratios relate the firm′s stock price to its earnings and book value per share. Investors use these ratios to evaluate and monitor the progress of their investments. Show the formula, show calculations and graph of (for 5 years) the trend, graph and discuss in detail benchmark ratios to industry average, and interpret the following ratios to assess your firm′s market value using financial statements, earnings reports, and quarterly /monthly reports, and current information in the news or financial data:
Earnings Per Share (EPS) Ratio
Price-to-Earnings (P/E) Ratio
Market-to-Book (M/B) Ratio
Submit vour analysis in the form of, at least, a 20 page paper in which you:
Provide a detailed overview of a U.S. publicly traded company. This should be one to two (1-2) pages.
Based on the financial trends of the company and comparison to the industry average, predict how these trends and the industry average relationship will impact financial performance in future periods using financial statements, earnings reports, and quarterly /monthly reports, and current information in the news or financial data. Make a buy/sell recommendation at the company′s current stock price.
Explain your rationale for this prediction. The analysis part of the paper should be approximately 18+pages.
3. Include graphic cover page (with company logo), page numbers and table of
contents
Cite your references.
Presentation- Professional video presentation in business attire must be 15-20 minutes. (completed using Youtube, Vimeo, or any mp4 format video)
A-professionally bound Typed Report must be submitted in class on the assigned Due Date, this assignment including your Video Presentation must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date.
Your assignment must:
Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student′s name, the professor′s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page, the reference page, and the financial statements (including any tables, charts, and graphs) are not included in the required assignment page length.
The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:
Critique financial management strategies that support business operations in various market environments.
Apply financial management ratios to corporate finance.
Write clearly and concisely about financial management using proper writing mechanics
Present professionally with the ability to deliver complex knowledge to a wide audience.

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Each student must carry out an in-depth analysis of the “Boeing 787: Manufacturi

Each student must carry out an in-depth analysis of the “Boeing 787: Manufacturing a Dream” case. The individual should take on the role of a manager who has been assigned to review the issue(s) of concern or interest to the firm. The written analysis is his/her report and recommendations on that/those issue(s).
Consider the following:
Based on the “Boeing 787: Manufacturing a Dream” case, be prepared to discuss the following issues:
a) What went wrong and why? Discuss in as much detail as possible.
b) Was Boeing’s global-partnership model inherently flawed, as many of its critics and the media argued? Or was the global partnership model a fundamentally sound strategy whose implementation had been mishandled? Substantiate your answers with detailed analyses.
c) Should Boeing continue to pursue a global partnership model for future airplane programs? And, in light of the 787 programs, should the company reconsider Vision 2016? Substantiate your responses with detailed explanations.
Much of the grade beyond a ″passing score″ depends on the student′s ability to go beyond the ″average″ solution/answer, integrate the material from the course, and provide innovative perspectives, approaches, or solutions. Feel free to use all the tools and frameworks (including the “Operations for Competitive Advantage” framework – attached as a file in this Canvas Module) presented in the articles and textbook in this course (and other courses) to substantiate the analysis.
If you need to make assumptions to accomplish this, feel free to do so and appropriately incorporate them in your written analysis. Discuss the issues in detail. The professor will facilitate the discussion for the case. There will not be any formal presentations of the case. Students should work on this written analysis on an individual basis (not in groups).
The written analysis should be typed, and double-spaced. Please use 12 point font. (I am seniorizing) No minimum or maximum length is specified, although the written analysis (not counting the appendices) should not typically exceed 15 pages in length. Individuals are requested to refrain from repeating the details provided in the case (just to fill up space) in their written analysis. That is, individuals are requested to cover the topics thoroughly, but efficiently. Do not add verbiage for the sake of length. Feel free to include diagrams, or other types of illustrations in your written analysis. In preparing the written analysis, write from an objective view, in third person. Do not use the words ″I″, ″We″, or ″You″. Use subheadings to correspond with specific issues posed for the individual case. It should be noted that appropriate credit will be given for those individuals who are in a position to integrate their analysis with readings presented outside the case.
The written analysis will be graded on organization, thoroughness, insight of analysis, and written communication skill. While working on the numerical analysis, students must ensure the following, as needed:
(1) identify all the uncertain aspects of the decision environment;
(2) define decision alternatives and output measures;
(3) calculate possible outcomes of all decisions;
(4) calculate statistical estimates (if applicable) of output measures of interest;
(5) assess the statistical precision of all output measures (if applicable); and
(6) incorporate risk into the decision-making process.
In writing the report, students must ensure the following:
(1) communicate the conclusion clearly;
(2) explain the logic behind the analysis and conclusion;
(3) demonstrate effective organization;
(4) employ proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar;
(5) include an appropriate amount of information and discussion; and
(6) support analysis with clearly identified tables and/or figures.

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I need a simple mission state for a skin care, hair care, and fragrance brand. We are a french based beauty line that strives for our customers to feel beautifully elegant

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Please follow instructions carefully and make sure everything from the grading c

Please follow instructions carefully and make sure everything from the grading check list in in the paper. You can choose anything. The family can be anyone real or fictional in the public eye (like the Kardashians or Family Guy). I will upload some readings that you can also use as references. I will also upload a sample paper.

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Write a one-page MLA formatted paper on:a. An article pertaining to a business-r

Write a one-page MLA formatted paper on:a. An article pertaining to a business-related event thatincludes any form of business writing (some well knowtopics may be forged documents, falsified emails, fraudulentfinancial documents etc.)b. A form of business writing that you believe is important.Why is it vital within the workplace? How is it used foreffective communication in the business world? What aresome ways is which you’ve used this form of writing?

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The paper should be eight (8)-pages, typed, double spaced not including a works

The paper should be eight (8)-pages, typed, double spaced not including a works cited page (no less than 3 citations and a maximum of 1 web citation). Choose a current topic in Biology (with professor approval) and write a report.

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the main charecter has killed an inisint man in his house and the main charekter

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To answer the following questions use each one as a subheading 1. Find a defini

To answer the following questions use each one as a subheading
1. Find a definition of inclusion from an academic source or from a government or school policy. Critique this definition, explaining its strengths and /or weaknesses.
2. Do you think educational equality exists? Provide a rationale for your response.
3. Can you draw upon your work-based experience?
4. What does educational inequality mean to you?
5. Provide examples of educational inequality in any aspect of education

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Case brief The form for the assignments is attached. 12-point type should be t

Case brief The form for the assignments is attached. 12-point type should be the maximum used. Margins should be no more than 1 1/2 inches. Single-spaced.Example and format of case brief

LEE v. RUNGE
Sup. Ct. of the U.S., 1971
Memorandum Decisions.
404 U.S. 887, 92 S.Ct. 197.

NATURE OF CASE: Appeal from affirmation of a decision that copyrights had been infringed.

FACT SUMMARY: Utilizing what was then the state of the art concerning preserving youthful appearance via isometric facial exercises, Runge (P) wrote a copyrighted book called ″Face Lifting by Exercise,′′ only to find that her former employee, Lee (0), wrote a copyrighted book of very similar exercises.

CONCISE RULE OF LAW: The appropriate standard to determine copyrightability is ″originality,″ meaning the author must be the source of origin of the work, and not ″novelty,″ which applies to patents.

FACTS: In 1961, Runge (P) published a book entitled ″Face Lifting by Exercise, ′ ′ which contained what was the state of the art on preserving youthful appearance via isometric facial exercises. Lee (D), who had been employed in Runge′ s (P) beauty salon and had probably read the book while employed there, subsequently published her own book of strikingly similar exercises. Runge (P) successfully sued for copyright infringement, the appellate court approved the decision, and Lee (D) petitioned for a writ of certiorari. It is Lee′ s (D) contention that the lower courts incorrectly interpreted the constitutional provision for the granting of copyrights and patents. As the same provision underlies the issuance of both, she asserts that the ″novelty″ requirement for patentability is also applicable to copyrights.

ISSUE: Does the ··novelty′ ′ requirement for patent issuance cover copyrights as well?

HOLDING ANO DECISION: No. Unlike patents, copyrights may be issued without regard to any underlying ··novelty. ′ ′ All that is required is that the work be ′ ′original, ′ ′ which means that it have a source of origin in the ″author. ″ Writ denied.

DISSENT: (J. Douglas) The constitutional power over copyrights is found in the same clause that governs the issuance of patents and many of the same interests underlie both grants of power. The same introductory phrase acts as a limit on both grants of power: ·′to promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts . . ..′ ′ This clearly limits power to grant either type of monopoly to what accomplishes the intended ′′promotion.′′ To allow a writer to compile and apply information available to all men and then obtain a monopoly on those ideas simply because she put them in her own words would be to go against everything our notions of freedom encompass. We have decided that items must be ′′novel′ ′ to accomplish the ′′promotion′′ which the Constitution sets forth as the only basis for granting a monopoly by patent. The same analysis applies to copyrights, so the standards should be similar. It must be noted, that this case deals not with the protection of the words which Runge (P) used to convey the public in­ formation involved; instead the desire is to create a monopoly in the ideas that are in the public domain simply because she has put them into her own words. This is a most telling reason why the novelty standard should be applied to copyright situations. Of course, quite different questions would be raised by actions for unfair competition or conversion of a common law property interest.
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