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2 separate discussion questions, 1.5 pages each (250 words each), 1 source per each question. 1st question: Create an organization (business, government, non-profit, etc.) that relies on technology to perform its mission. Discuss the purpose of the organization, number and type (employee/contractor/volunteer/etc.) of personnel, culture, and IT environment. Additionally, identify at least two regulations the organization is subject to. 2nd question: Choose ONE of the topics below to discuss: 1. What is the history and purpose of Let’s Encrypt? Who can use it? Why should an organization use it? What are the advantages and disadvantages of using it? 2. Take the Pew Research Cybersecurity Knowledge Quiz. Compare your results with the respondents from 2017. Did you do as well as you expected you would do? What do the average results of the quiz tell you about cybersecurity knowledge among the general population? Based on the average results what do you think needs to be emphasized the most in cybersecurity education and awareness? Why? 3. There is always something new going on in terms of cybersecurity in the world. Academic research journals, by the nature of their process, will always be at least one year behind in terms of news. Find and name at least three (3) reputable but not academic cybersecurity news sources that someone can use to keep current – the sources can be individuals or organizations – and explain how you vetted them for quality. Make sure you explain how someone can locate these sources, e.g. a web or podcast address, Twitter account, etc.