Reply To: OCU C)SP A Week 01 Lesson 02 Discussion

Marcena Davis

I completely agree with your points. The concept of separations of duties reminds me of teamwork in policing, where distributing roles ensures efficiency and thoroughness. The principle of least privilege is vital to keep sensitive tasks limited to those specifically trained. And yes, ongoing security is the foundation—it’s always better to be proactive. Your breakdown is spot-on for any organization aiming to enhance their security. Great points!


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