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ACC ACF 2400 Chief Examiner: Edward Tello 1 | P a g e ACC ACF 2400 Accounting Information Systems Assignment 2: Cybercrime & Information Systems Controls: The Case of iPremier Week 11 (15th October 2017) 20% of final marks • Report (15%): Needs Improvement (Fail) Satisfactory (Pass) Credit Distinction Excellent (HD) Total Management and security Little or no analysis. Inaccurate assessment of management’s role in relation to information security. Lack of assertions, development and/or support. Satisfactory assessment. Identified the activities and explained relevance related to the case in most instances. Assertions exist but are not supported or developed adequately. Reasonably supported assessment. Identified the activities and explained relevance related to the case in all instances. Reasonably developed and supported assumptions. Comprehensive assessment of management’s role in relation to information security. Developed and supported assumptions. Comprehensive and insightful assessment of management’s role in relation to information security. Fully developed and supported assertions. 18ACC ACF 2400 Chief Examiner: Edward Tello 2 | P a g e Risk Measures and Internal Controls Key risk reduction measures not identified and provide little or no analysis. Internal controls to mitigate risks are inadequate. Identify the key risk reduction measures and provide a satisfactory analysis. Proposal of appropriate internal controls are justified satisfactorily. Identify the risk reduction measures and provide a reasonably supported analysis. Proposal of appropriate internal controls which are reasonably justified. Identify the risk reduction measures and provide a wellsupported analysis. Proposal of appropriate internal controls to help mitigate all identified risks which are justified. Comprehensive identification of all risk reduction measures. Outstanding supported analysis. Proposed internal controls to mitigate risks are of consistently high quality and well-justified. 18 Business Continuity Planning Little or no analysis of benefits and challenges. Inaccurate use of AIS and business concepts. Lack of assertions, development and/or support. Satisfactory analysis of benefits and challenges. Limited grasp of AIS and business concepts. Assertions exist but are not supported or developed adequately. Reasonably supported analysis of benefits and challenges. Accurate but limited use of AIS and business concepts. Reasonably developed and supported assumptions. Well supported analysis of benefits and challenges. Clear and competent use of AIS and business concepts. Developed and supported assumptions. Outstanding supported analysis of benefits and challenges. Skilful identification & use of AIS & business concepts. Fully developed & supported assertions. 18 Data breaches – cases One breach was covered or two breaches not wellcovered. Cause, explanation of internal controls, Breaches covered are acceptable. Cause, explanation of internal controls, and implications Breaches covered are pertinent and significant. Cause, explanation of internal controls, and implications Breaches covered are pertinent and significant. Cause, explanation of internal controls, and implications Breaches covered are pertinent and significant. Cause, explanation of internal controls, and implications 18ACC ACF 2400 Chief Examiner: Edward Tello 3 | P a g e and implications are barely analysed. Very Poor explanation. Viewpoints and interpretations are missing, inappropriate, and/or unsupported. are satisfactorily analysed. Poor analysis. Viewpoints and interpretations are unsupported or supported with flawed arguments. are reasonably supported. Acceptable analysis. Viewpoints and interpretations are reasonably supported. are wellsupported. Good analysis. Viewpoints and interpretations are well-supported. are thoroughly presented and amalgamate research from various academic and credible sources. Analysis demonstrates a particularly indepth reflection. Viewpoints and interpretations are insightful and wellsupported. Presentation including Introduction and Conclusion Lack of focus with no purpose or context. Inappropriately structured. Very poor presentation. Introduction to the topic and/or high level proposition is unclear / incomplete / absent. No conclusion, not relevant or indecisive. Clear purpose and context. Weak paragraph structure. Good use of headings and sub-headings. Adequate presentation. Provides a satisfactory outline of text and/or some attempt at a high level proposition. Weak conclusion statements. Appropriate use of structure. Information is presented in a logical sequence that clearly addresses the questions asked. Reasonable presentation. Provides a reasonable outline of text including a high level proposition. Convincing conclusion. Students present information in a logical structure which audience can follow with some additional interest. Good presentation. Good and concise introduction. Fairly convincing conclusion. Students presented information in an outstanding, logical, interesting, and entertaining structure which audience can follow. Excellent presentation Introduces the topic in an insightful way. Strong, definitive conclusion. 14ACC ACF 2400 Chief Examiner: Edward Tello 4 | P a g e Clarity, expression and referencing Frequent grammatical, punctuation, spelling, or capitalization errors that impede meaning and/or expression unclear. Less than 10 sources using Harvard or APA referencing style with a lot of mistakes. Very few grammatical, punctuation, spelling, or capitalization errors that do not impede meaning. Expression is mostly concise and clear. At least 10 sources using Harvard or APA referencing style with a lot of mistakes. Some grammatical, punctuation, spelling, or capitalization errors that do not impede meaning. Expression is generally concise and clear. At least 10 sources using Harvard or APA referencing style with some mistakes. Very few grammatical, punctuation, spelling, or capitalization errors that do not impede meaning. Expression is mostly concise and clear. At least 10 sources using Harvard or APA referencing style with few mistakes. Little or no grammatical punctuation, spelling or capitalisation errors that do not impede meaning. Expression is consistently clear and concise. At least 10 sources using Harvard or APA referencing style with few typos or no mistakes. 14 Total Marks: 100%ACC ACF 2400 Chief Examiner: Edward Tello 5 | P a g e • Video (5%): Needs Improvement (Fail) Satisfactory (Pass) Credit Distinction Excellent (HD) Total Focus and content Content is illogical, hard to follow, or not explained well. Does not bring closure; the audience is left hanging. All presenters are NOT clearly identified. Main points need clarity and support. Brings closure, but needs improvement. All presenters are clearly identified. Main points are presented, but lacks some depth. Brings closure. All presenters are clearly identified. Main points mostly clear or somewhat wellargued. Provides a general review and brings closure. All presenters are clearly identified. Main points are clear and well argued. Brings closure with action statement. All presenters are clearly identified. 40 Verbal style – clarity Mumbling, hard to understand, or many mispronounced words. Unsuitable. Technical terms, clichés, colloquialism. Speaks clearly most of the time, but hard to understand in parts. Sometimes suited to a non-technical audience. Clear and distinct frequently. Some mispronounced words. Mostly suited to required audience. Nearly always clear and distinct. Few mispronounced words. Almost entirely suited to a nontechnical audience. Speaks clearly and distinctly. No mispronounced words. Language is appropriate to non-technical audience. 20ACC ACF 2400 Chief Examiner: Edward Tello 6 | P a g e Visual Style – creativity and visual aids Ho hum. Just someone sitting on bed talking in front of the camera for 5 minutes. No visual aids. Some imagination, but major problems (e.g. too many special effects). Significant problems with visual aids. Some imagination and some level of integration, but it does not distract from main message. Some problems with visual aids. Some imagination, but well-integrated without distracting from main message. Minor problems with visual aids. Imaginative design with roleplay scenarios or other creative approaches integrated into presentation. Visual aids, such as on-screen captions and signs, wellchosen & presented. 30 Length / Time 50% penalty if over or under time (+/- 5 seconds) Presentation within allotted time (+/- 5 seconds) 10 Total Marks: 100%

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER

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