Cloud Service Recommendation Essay You are the CISO for a medium-size company with 300 employees that provides property management services and has offices in four different states. You have two older IT systems that are close to failure (descriptions are below). Your CEO and CFO read in an airplane magazine that “the Cloud” is the way to go and will save the company a “ton” of money. So, your company will migrate to the public cloud, “no matter what.” Your job is to help them pick the best service model and identify any potential risks. Based on the system descriptions below, write a report that answers the following four questions. (1) What are the biggest risk areas of moving to the public cloud? Some confidentiality, integrity, and availability (C.I.A.) questions to consider: How would your company be harmed, if – (a) the data became public and widely distributed? (b) the data was manipulated or changed? (c) the data was unavailable for a period of time? (2) Highlight some advantages and disadvantages of each service model (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) for each system. Cloud Service Recommendation Essay (3) Which service model do you recommend for each system and why? The different systems can use different deployment models. (There is no one correct answer, justify your recommendation). (4) Would SECaaS be applicable? Explain. System 1 – HR System > This system has 600 past and present employee records and includes PII. It’s built in an older version of visual basic and is hosted on a Windows 2000 server. > It contains sensitive salary information. > Every two weeks it generates paycheck data for accounting. Cloud Service Recommendation Essay System 2 – Customer Records > Contains records of 5000 past and present customers. > It may contain bank or credit card data in notes section but no one has ever evaluated how much data. > It includes sensitive pricing data and potential customer data. > Real time deals are conducted using this system. > Remote sales person access is critical for this system. > It currently runs on a LAMP server. > There are no data analytics but that would be a great feature to have.