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Identify, list, and define the six components of an information system.

Assignment: Answer each of the following questions. Write one full page for each answer, and precede each answer with the question and its corresponding number.
Questions:
Identify, list, and define the six components of an information system.
Provide examples of at least three components.
What are the differences between the top-down and bottom-up approaches to information security?
Why is the top-down approach superior to the bottom-up approach?
Compare and contrast each, fully explaining how this concept fits into an organization.
What is the RAND Report? Why was it developed? What was published in the RAND Report R-609?
Why was it important?
Guidelines:
APA formatting is required throughout, including a title and references page. Abstracts are not required.
Reference and cite at least one source per question.
At least one full page is required for each answer. The majority of your answer should be in your own words, not just a citation from the text. Include your experiences, opinions, or give examples or case studies, to demonstrate full understanding of the concepts above.
Reminder: Turnitin scores above 25% will be reviewed, and will either be docked the percentage over 25%, or will be given an incomplete grade.