A section of a new High Speed Railway (HSR) route will cross a large estuary on a twin track viaduct. The total length of the viaducts required to achieve this together with the approach sections on land are as follows.
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This assignment is designed to encourage the development of ability to apply a systematic approach in a digital investigation through the conduct of computer forensics procedures and the use of computer forensics tools, and to encourage the ability to identify the legal issues involved in a computer forensic investigation across jurisdictions. Please refer to the unit profile to see how this assessment item relates to the unit learning outcomes.
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This document extends the instructions on the course website. Read the instructions on the course website in addition to this document.
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Assignment task 1
IOT Main Project
The value of this assessment is 40%. The total length of the report is no more than 10000 words. You should include a title page, report and all references. All information sources must be suitably acknowledged and a full bibliography is needed.
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Task 1: Reflection on Hands-On Projects (5 Marks)
Complete the following Hands-On Projects at the end of Chapter 1 in the textbook (Nelson, Phillips, & Steuart, 2015):
Hands-On Project 1-1
Hands-On Project 1-2
Hands-On Project 1-3
Hands-On Project 1-4
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Journal Entry. The Journal function in Interact2 must be used. External journal sites are not permitted. If your country geo-blocks Interact2 website or your circumstance prevents you from accessing the Internet (eg. due to a disability or if you are in a correctional centre), please contact your lecturer immediately. If it is an office/organisation firewall preventing access, you must find an alternative Internet access point to complete this task.
Question 1 [4 marks]:
Define and explain the concept of the following terminologies:
- Electronic Records Management;
- Business intelligence (BI) and Analytics;
- Data and text mining;
- Big data analytics and data discovery;
- Enterprise architecture;
- Management information systems;
- Data life cycle and data principles;
- Cloud computing.
Task A (10 marks):
Study “Case DATA ANALYSIS: AstraZeneca Terminates $1.4B Outsourcing Contract with IBM” in your text book [Chapter 12] and answer the following questions:
- What mistakes did AstraZeneca make?
- What mistakes did IBM make?
- Why are outsourcing contracts for five or more years?
- Why do you think two major corporations could make such mistakes?
- Do you think the 2007 SLA was doomed to fail? Explain your answer.
- What provisions in the 2012 SLAs protect AstraZeneca and the vendors?
- Why would parties prefer to use an arbitrator instead of filing a lawsuit in court?
In this part of Assessment Item 1, you will create and deliver an oral presentation on your logical network design. The scenario to be used for the logical network design is given on page 5. Please refer to the Unit Profile to understand how this part of the assessment item relates to the Unit Learning Outcomes (ULOs).
Question 1. Analysis of Protocols with Wireshark [14 marks]
Objective: Gain a good understanding of common Internet protocols as well as using packet capture software (Wireshark)
The file a01-assignment-1-question-1-capture.pcap on Moodle contains packets
captured in an exchange between several computers.
The capture was performed in an internet where all subnets used a /24 mask. The capture was performed on interface eth1 on a computer with the following details: