Identifying Your Company and Your Role
What is the name of this e-commerce company? (Do not choose a real company.) What is the fictional name of the CEO, and what is the fictional name of the CIO? (You can use a friend or family member if you want, or some celebrity or fictional character.)
In 1–2 paragraphs, describe what kind of business your fictional company is in. Do they sell a product? A service? A new government (non-political) agency? A nonprofit or charity, perhaps? The one stipulation is that they must conduct business online, and they must be growing.
Finally, choose one of the following roles on the team. Pick one that is closest to your concentration you have studied. For example, software engineering would be closest to software development, forensic investigation would be closest to cybersecurity. If you have any questions on how to answer this, reach out to your instructor. Which of the following is your major (concentration) closest to?
IT Project Management.
Cybersecurity (yes, this is the correct spelling).
Now that you have identified your area of expertise based on the concentration you have studied, you will need to identify the members of your team. You will take the place of one of the members, so put your name in where it belongs; the other roles can have fictional names assigned to them.
Data Management Specialist:
IT Project Manager (Assistant to the Project Manager):
Software Development Team Lead: