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Crimes and threats at US Northwestern

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Identify the types of crime and hazards that threaten the operations within that environment, and recommend measures to prevent the threats from materializing.

This is the operation assigned US NORTHERN Command, http://www.northcom.mil/

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The purpose of this paper is to identify the types of crimes and hazards that threaten the operations within the United States Northern Command (USNC), and recommend measures to prevent the threats from materializing within the organization.
The United States Northern Command works in conjunction with the Department of Defense to help in the homeland defense efforts. The USNC protects the people, national power, and freedom of action of the United States of America. In addition to homeland security from foreign threats, the USNC's scope includes responding to natural disasters such as the California Wild Fires, hurricanes, and other natural disasters (United States Northern Command, 2008).
The threats that directly impact this particular organization mostly pertain to secured information. Specifically, information shared between the private sector and the government. Because this organization is responsible for the securing of critical protected systems and vulnerabilities, crimes and threats against this organization could include a breach in their security system, misuse of information, counter intelligence, surveillance and espionage.
Employees are of the greatest risk when it comes to protecting homeland security as they have ready access to sensitive information. This information could be used to commit crimes such as personal identity theft up to treason against the United States. Employees are the best source of intelligence for a foreign attack as they have easy access to information they seek. It also allows for long term, low risk to the "hostile" intelligence ...

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The purpose of this paper is to identify the types of crimes and hazards that threaten the operations within the United States Northern Command (USNC), and recommend measures to prevent the threats from materializing within the organization.
The United States Northern Command works in conjunction with the Department of Defense to help in the homeland defense efforts. The USNC protects the people, national power, and freedom of action of the United States of America. In addition to homeland security from foreign threats, the USNC's scope includes responding to natural disasters such as the California Wild Fires, hurricanes, and other natural disasters (United States Northern Command, 2008).

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