TOPIC: Lockheed Martinâ€™s F-35 program that was compromised by Chinese Hackers.
CYBER CASE STUDY FORMAT AND GUIDELINES
For this class, weâ€™ll use a basic case study format. A case study is not a research paper that is meant to be highly technical, nor is it meant to be a regurgitation of a single article or book. It should give any reader a quick understanding of a situation and its implications and lessons. At a minimum, a case study analysis establishes a situation, discusses activities and outcomes, and then draws some conclusions.
Please use the following template.
Include a case study title, student name, and date of submission.
NOTE: This page should not be numbered and is not counted toward your page total.
Introduction [Keep this section to no more than 1 Â½ pages.]
Include a synopsis of the event or situation youâ€™re examining.
Include a synopsis of current situation, if this is an on-going situation.
Highlight no more than the top three.
By what means are you analyzing this situation? For example, are you analyzing from the perspective of a government, a business, etc.
What specific evaluative methods, models, etc. are you using and why?
All analysts make assumptions. Good analysts can identify the assumptions theyâ€™re using. These typically stem from the viewpoint of the analysis, the nature or lack of data, and the nature of the parties involved. (Be the Government)
What are the key take-aways from this case study? Why?
oJustification for your findings
oProvide a complete reference entry for all sources used.
oThis section should have page numbers, but these pages do not count against your page limit.
As a reminder, this paper must follow the following guidelines.
8-10 pages not including cover page and references (9 pages of work)
Times New Roman, 12 point font
Must use consistently a major reference style (APA)
Must provide in-line, parenthetical citations in the body and an associated reference page
Pages numbered in the lower right after cover page