IS3230 Access Security
Competitive Use of Information talks about the advantage of having sacred valuable information, because if a company or an organization has access to formulas, recipes, and trade secrets from a competitor, it would be key to putting together a strategy to eliminate the competition.
Warfare as a Model for Business talks about the competition, for example liking Starbucks or coffee bean. Do you like eBay or amazon, do you like coke or Pepsi.
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For example if you can’t beat your competitors on price, focus on differentiating your business by providing a better customer experience than your competitors provide.
Use knowledge of your opponent and cunning to maximize your business intelligence—to effectively attack your competitors’ weak points, you must have a deep understanding of their business and decision processes. Likewise, you have to strive to keep your plans secret and mask your actions to keep your competitors from utilizing their strategies on you
Use speed and preparation to overcome the competition — to fully exploit your knowledge of your competition, you must act swiftly without hesitation. Your company must make decisions quickly, and be able to anticipate the competition’s reactions.
Use alliances and industry control points to make the competition conform to your will—through a strong web of alliances and control of strategic points in your industry, you control the rules of the contest, increasing your ability to anticipate your competitors’ actions.
Develop character as a leader to maximize employee effort—it takes a special kind of leader to implement these strategies and utilize the tremendous potential of its employees.
Valuation of Information: Talks about how valuable your information is, in most cases some information such as Health information if improperly disclosed, can cost an organization millions of dollars in fines and even lead to prison sentences for those responsible for the disclosure. In other cases loss of information such trade secrets, secret sauces can lead to loss of revenue.
Penalties for Improper Disclosure
* Unknowingly disclosed—$100...