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In the past decades, Social Security Administration has had annual revenue that excesses the amount it pays to beneficiaries. However, U.S. economy situation has created a long-term effect in many of the public organizations and departments. Social Security Administration is one of many departments that will face some economy issues during U.S. economy recovery.
Social security will post nearly $600 billion in deficits over the next decade as the economy struggles to recover and millions of baby boomers stand at the brink of retirement, according to new congressional projections. The funds that Social Security has save to payout their beneficiaries have an expiration date. In the
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Running Head: SECURITY BREACH
Security Breach faced by Sony Corporation
In the global marketplace, to attract the customers and provide relevant information to the customers, internet is used by most of firms as a promotional tool. In this, web-sites, social networking sites, etc. are used by the firms to communicate with the customers. Although, many security tools and techniques are used by the firms to secure the data of firm and customers, yet, some security breaches are also faced by the firms due to technical advancement. For this paper, Sony Corp. is selected that has faced security breach. Sony Corporation is a multinational firm that
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Project Part 1
Security Policy Outline
First World bank wants to provide banking services online to its customers. The institution estimates over $100,000,000 a year in online credit card transactions for loan applications and other banking services. According to a team that was formed using a Linux an open source infrastructure would roughly as estimated give an annual cost savings in licensing fees alone can be as much as $4,000,000. The assets while using Linux open source infrastructure goal would be maintaining (CIA) triad confidentiality, integrity, and availability in the infrastructure
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Social Security is celebrating its 75th birthday this year. In those 75 years, millions of people have been able to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads. Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act on August 14, 1935. A speech at the signing by Franklin Delano Roosevelt states,” This social security measure gives at least some protection to thirty millions of our citizens who will reap direct benefits through unemployment compensation, through old-age pensions and through increased services for the protection of children and the prevention of ill health.” The intent of Social Security was to “lessen the force of possible future depressions. It will act as a
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Security management and systems have often been perceived as a non –productive expensive capital overhead by the stakeholders of companies and a hindrance to employees.
The purpose of this assignment is to, Identify what is seen as the main purpose of security management and discuss what is meant by the statement ‘security measures must be commensurate with the threat’.
Judgements on risk are made by almost all of us on a daily basis, this may be something as simple as crossing the road, subconsciously we adopt a thought process, how fast is the traffic moving? Is it wet? What is the distance needed to travel to safety? Once this
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Human beings are prone to certain characteristics that tend to affect their relation to information security. Information security refers to the ability of an individual to ensure that information is free from any kind of access by unwarranted individuals. There are several human inadequacies that affect the level of information security. However, this discussion is going to concentrate on three major human characteristics that affect information security. These include: acts of omission, acts of commission and acts of sequence. These three acts are important in to information security because they are not related to distortion of information but they increase the
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AN ESSSY ON
THE POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS PRESENTED BY THE NEW LIBERAL APPROACH OF HUMAN SECURITY
1. ‘Human Security’ is an emerging paradigm which is used to understand contemporary security issues that affect the individual rather than the state. The notion of ‘National Security’ where the perceived threat came from another state intending to attack other states borders is being re-viewed. “Ideally, ‘national security’ and ‘human security’ should be mutually reinforcing, for the past 100 years far more people have died as a direct or indirect consequence of the actions of their own governments or rebel forces in civil wars than have been killed by
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While the pension reform Social Security is a huge issue, public officials remained reluctant when faced with this serious and, from a political standpoint dangerous problem. However, eventually the deteriorating financial condition of the system will fail to impose major reforms. Social Security wealth is not real wealth but only a duty on current and future tax dollars. Therefore, rather than label this key magnitude as Social Security wealth would be more appropriate to refer to it as the liabilities of the Social Security of the nation. Like regular public debt, the Social Security wealth has an effect of removal on the accumulation of
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Private security is an absolute necessity as part of our country’s homeland security. After the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001, the concept of “homeland security” truly came into a whole new focus. Prior to this tragic incident, the abundance of security vulnerabilities that existed in our country were not as well known or as well publicized. Furthermore, it was just assumed and expected that the public sector was quite capable of handling our domestic security needs. This could not have been farther from the truth.
The concept of “homeland security” is a both a broad and highly complex term that encompasses virtually every facet of the American infrastructure on land, in air
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Millions of innocent lives lost on 9-11-01. A problem not widely discussed in the United States much until September 11, 2001 the date of the attack from terrorist organizations on the world trade centers’ New York towers in New York City. The United States of America has not worried much about self defense or in this case homeland security. Due to the actions on September 11th homeland security has been the main goal of many politicians and voters. Homeland security builds coalitions and partnerships, protects civil rights and civil liberties, and develops human capital.
Coalitions and partnerships are one of the key points of homeland security. Homeland security was
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FACULTY OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE AND POLICY STUDIES
AM228: BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE (HONS.)
ADM653: SOCIAL SECURITY AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION
TOPIC: DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY IN UNITED STATES
AFIQAH BINTI MAD KASSIM 2013455736
ALIA ATIQQAH BINTI ADENAN 2013
FIQRIN HANIS BINTI ROSLI 2013488894
INTAN SURAIYAH BINTI RAMAT 2013460818
NUR AMILY BINTI ZAINUDDIN 2013439594
GROUP: S3BA5G (SEPT 2015)
PREPARED FOR: SIR SUHAIMI BIN ABD SAMAD
13 OCTOBER 2015
United States Social Security Administration focused on social insurance. The concept of social insurance in United States is from the
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Law and Policy Case Study
September 15, 2013
In the field of information security, there are many types of law. As senior managers, it is important to be knowledgeable of the legal environment. Once this information is learned and retained, then it will increase access and understanding of information security. Laws and practices that are related to information security will be discussed and how these laws impact organizations today and ensures confidentiality, integrity, and availability, of information and information systems. Governance policy will be discussed and recommendations for development of governance policy in an organization
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A 5 page paper on network security with 5 references
Let us go back, twelve years. Where's Internet? Concentrated in the cables that connect the offices and cubicles of the American ministry of defense. Things were simple, and despite the sensitive nature of the data transferred no body talked about net work security, no body knew what was to follow. Some how a revolution was triggered, the information net burst out of its official mould, a chain reaction started and took the whole world over.
Today we live in parallel worlds. We might walk into a multimillion dollar corporate office, observe the firm in all its physical stature, meet those who represent it and when we will
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This research report conducts analysis on security. Technology these days is going up very fast and technology has been changed the route business administered by giving online services to their customers, to secure data in to “cloud” and allowing them to get their data from smart phones and tablets. This process of securing data has given many benefits to small and large business alike. But where the benefits are there will be some risk present. Risk will be like lost of data or to protect data by any attack of security.
According to a survey which took place in 2012 about security, the graph of crimes and security attacks is gradually going up every year.
As we talk about
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As sad as it is to say, the possibility of having our data exposed to a malicious attacker nowadays is constantly increasing. This is mainly due to the fairly high number of ‘security illiterate’ staff also having access to sensitive and sometime even secret business information. As such, Information Security has come to play an extremely vital role in today’s fast moving but invariably technically fragile business environment. To that effect, the importance of establishing good security policies cannot be overstated. This does not only serve to enhance a company’s daily business procedures and transactions, but also to ensure that the much needed security measures are implemented with an
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When it comes to networking and the security of networks, there are several different methods of protecting networks. Of these differing methods, some of them sound similar, but provide differing levels of security. In the following paragraphs, I will try to explain the differences between some of the methods used.
• Explain the difference between historical and statistical logging.
Logging is a simple way of keeping a record of activity on a network. There are several types of logs that can be kept, each providing different data that can be analyzed to provide information on potential ways of improving security over time. With historical logging, records are kept of
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Homeland Security is a term that is used to refer to the collective body of forces in the United States that is used to fight the war against terrorism (Dale and Austen). The body was set up to help reduces the vulnerability of the United States through ensuring the boarders are not porous to allow terrorists for example and thorough investigations being carried out on suspects. After the 9/11 attacks, the government felt there was a need to guarantee the citizens of the United States was secure within their borders. That is the purpose of the association of over 180 departments on various agencies but united on the same course (Gulliani). This was a critical first step
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Information Security Policy
University of Phoenix
IT/244 Intro to IT Security
Instructor’s Name: Mark Cherry
* Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary 1
2. Introduction 1
3. Disaster Recovery Plan 1
3.1. Key elements of the Disaster Recovery Plan 1
3.2. Disaster Recovery Test Plan 1
4. Physical Security Policy 1
4.1. Security of the facilities 1
4.1.1. Physical entry controls 1
4.1.2. Security offices, rooms and facilities 1
4.1.3. Isolated delivery and loading areas 2
4.2. Security of the information systems 2
4.2.1. Workplace protection 2
4.2.2. Unused ports and cabling 2
4.2.3. Network/server equipment 2
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English IV period 6
20 January 2016
Senior Research Analysis Proposal
Social Security has been around since 1935, when Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act. It is meant to provide financial aid to those of “old age” and the disabled. This is the topic I am going to be discussing because it is going to be affecting our generation by the time we could be receiving the benefits that are included with Social Security. I chose this topic because while I am paying for Social Security of others, it is on the path to be out of money by around 2035, which will mean that people ages 18-25 will not be receiving this. We are paying for older generations’ Social
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An environment basically refers to the total surrounding of all organisms both living and the dead, including natural forces that come into place. All these factors provide conditions for development and growth of an economy whereas on the other hand security refers is a set of customs and rules that govern a society. Therefore environmental security simply means how our surrounding is being protected to avoid damage and depletion of the resources.
Many of the natural resources include water, land, air, soil, energy, minerals and all those that are in the resources. Environmental security entails the basic protection
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Chapter One: The Structure of the Social Security System
What is Social Security? How does it work? When and why was it started? Who benefits from Social Security? Who pays into Social Security?
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, Social Security is “the principle or practice or a program of public provision (as through social insurance or assistance) for the economic security and social welfare of the individual and his or her family; or a U.S. government program established in 1935 to include old-age and survivors insurance, contributions to state unemployment insurance, and old-age assistance”.# Social Security was a plan enacted on
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April 21, 2014
Instructor James Stewart
Section 1: Information Security Management 3
Section 2: Security Program 6
Section 3: Security Policies-TBD 7
Section 4: Assessing Risk-TBD 8
Section 5: Controlling Risk-TBD 9
REFERENCE PAGE 10
Section 1: Information Security Management
I had mixed emotions on which organization I wanted to use for this assignment. Most choices were between the Houma Police Department or my sister organization that I get to work hand to hand with on a daily basis which is the Acadian Ambulance Service due to wanting to learn more about how they operate. The organization I have chosen to use for
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Security Assessment for JLJ Information Technology Group
By John Jacobs
Table of Contents
Company Description 3
Management Controls 3
Operational Controls 4
Technical Controls 5
Concerns and Recommendations 6
JLJ Information Technology Group helps organizations of all sizes to successfully do business online. Their complete portfolio of technology services drives business effectiveness and profitability for many customers not only in the United States but also around the world.
The breadth of their offering extends from helping small businesses
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Week Seven Case Study
Data security is a critical factor that all individuals and organizations should be concern about. When taking into consideration sensitive data that businesses and individuals hold from financial information to personal information such as social security numbers, any breach in security could be damaging. Data security are methods used to protect data and sensitive information from unauthorized users by preventing unauthorized access to computers, databases and websites (techopedia, 2014). A certain data input/storage/output environment that I came face to face is my frequent visit to Merrick Bank’s online website. As a member of Merrick Bank, I have
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The future of nation-state as the primary unit of action for world affairs can generally be said to be insecure. This may be mostly due to the increasingly world interconnection and also the move from a society monarchy to a communal one. The idea of globalisation has really intensified the interconnection globally which will lead to the world been interconnected to institutions of economics, politics and society. The challenges posed to nation-state by globalisation include; first, it reduces the ability of nation-state in influencing the economy in that all economic transactions are done in the global stage. Second it increases the transnational bodies which could
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COM656 Group Project Security Plan
COM656 Group Project Security Plan
A brief description of the company
Company size, employees numbers, Customers
Canon Inc is a multinational corporation specialized in the manufacture of imaging and optical products, including cameras, camcorders, photocopiers, computer printers and medical equipment. It has about 190,000 employees worldwide by end of 2015. Canon has Personal, Office, Professional, Industry business sectors, provide products and services to many millions of customers in each sector globally.
From its humble beginnings in a 1933 Tokyo
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The paper discusses the topics regarding, 1) Internet Frauds ;2) to analyze user’s satisfaction on internet security by using Secure Socket Layer (SSL); and 3) to make people aware of internet fraudsters.
Six research questions were utilized in this study. This study examines whether secure socket layer and its certificate would protect online users from fraudsters while they browse websites. The six research questions are as follows:
• Are there any security breaches occurring with the usage of SSL certified website?
• Can we stop internet frauds by making people aware of it?
• Is secure socket layer used in all websites?
• Is Secure Socket Layer reliable?
• Does Secure
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The security plan is based on the fact that the institution is working on a stringent and anything expensive would be unfair and might seem unreasonable. The security plan is as a result of the increasing population at the institution. Its also facilitated by the fact that
Physical plant intrusion eg burglary
A watch tower should be raised above the MPSETC this will ensure that everything around the institution can be seen well. The street lighting should also be raised with the lighting focusing around the whole institution. Plant intrusion can most likely happen at night and that is why it is important to make sure that the education and training center is well lit and
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Victoria M. Deardorff
Brevard Community College
April 10, 2012
This paper is written as a basic overview of computer security for the non-technical user. This paper is meant to educate the reader on practical steps that can be implemented to secure their home-based computers. Additionally, the reader will be informed of industry and government needs for and methods of computer security. With this information, the reader should gain a better understanding of why agencies and companies have their rules and regulations pertaining to computer security.
What do you think when you read or hear the words “computer security”? The word security implies freedom from risk
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Diploma Assignment Module Two
Understanding Security (Remote Monitoring)
I am currently employed as a Regional Security Manager working for a global logistics company my role was to have direct responsibility for security throughout the middle of the UK and Ireland. Since the security initiative I am going to discuss my role has changed and I now look after Security Projects on a national basis.
Like any company in this day and age we are always looking at ways of cost saving, this has been an important
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Since 9/11, our nation has been obsessed with air-travel security. Terrorist attacks from the air have been the threat that looms largest in Americans' minds. As a result, we've wasted millions on misguided programs to separate the regular travelers from the suspected terrorists -- money that could have been spent to actually make us safer.
Consider CAPPS and its replacement, Secure Flight. These are programs to check travelers against the 30,000 to 40,000 names on the government's No-Fly list, and another 30,000 to 40,000 on its Selectee list.
They're bizarre lists: people -- names and aliases -- who are too dangerous to be allowed to fly under any circumstance, yet so innocent
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1.1) Computer threats categories 2
This attack covers: 2
2.) Bob signs up for internet banking. 3
2.1) how the security scheme works 3
2.2) is it secure against dongle theft 3
2.3) if safe from eavesdropping, does this eliminate need for dongle 3
2.4) the cryptographic primitives used 3
2.5) purpose of the serial number 3
2.6) does the serial number need to be randomly generated 3
Computer security and protecting our systems 4
1.1) Computer threats categories
This attack covers:
i) Deliberate acts are the main threat category for this type of attack because the hacker is deliberately trying to cause
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December 1, 2014
Patient medical records privacy and security is the most essential parts of the St. Johns Hospital program of behavior, the hospital take satisfaction in the complete policies and actions that are set to preserve patient privacy. Each worker is apprehended to an extreme standard of upholding the maximum level of confidentiality and privacy when is refer to patient health data. This document will make a summary of the strategy that St. John’s hospital has produced in a circumstance of a security breach or security risk in the service.
The administration in the St. John’s Hospital have
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Define Cyber Security.
Computer security is also known as cyber security or IT security which refers to techniques for ensuring that data stored in a computer cannot be read or compromised by any individuals without authorization. It is an information security as applied to computers and computer networks. The field covers all the processes and mechanisms by which computer-based equipment, information and services are protected from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction. Computer security also includes protection from unplanned events and natural disasters.
Most computer security measures involve data encryption and passwords. Data encryption is the translation of
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The Security Plan
The name of my target environment is Western Cash Advance. Western Cash Advance is an establishment that issues individuals payday loans. A payday loan is when someone is issued a loan until their next payday and a personal check is used as collateral. There is cash on hand in this business on a daily basis because they only issue cash to their customers as well as except only cash for payments. This store is normally run by two people but on many occasions there is only one employee in the store at a time.
The basic floor plan to this business is an office space in a small strip mall that consists of three stores. The size of the store is approximately 900 sq. feet. It
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VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT WHITEPAPER
Automating Vulnerability Assessment
This paper describes how enterprises can more effectively assess and manage network vulnerabilities and reduce costs related to meeting regulatory requirements. Automated Vulnerability Assessment / Vulnerability Management (VA/VM) solutions are supplementing and in some cases replacing manual penetration testing with an overall improvement in network security without increasing costs. New advances have eliminated the high management overhead and false positive rate issues that plagued open source and early market VA/VM entries.
This whitepaper discusses:
Speed of change in networks, equipment and applications plus
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This describes the need for and the challenges of building secure software, general principles of secure software development, and the key elements of a secure software life cycle process.
Key Highlights of Term Paper
* Software’s Vulnerability to Attack
* The Challenge of Building Secure Software
* Software Assurance
* General Principles of Secure Software Development
* What the Software Practitioner Needs to Know
* Integrating Security into the Software Life Cycle
Software’s Vulnerability to Attack
What makes it so easy for attackers to target
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Southern New Hampshire University
OL 442 – Professor David Miller
April 25, 2015
Final Paper: Data Security
With technology taking over businesses and costs rising higher by the year, having a solid data security policy in place is an extremely beneficial and important part of protecting an organization. Sinrod (2010) discusses how financially damaging data breaches can be for an organization, with an average cost of $6.75 million per incident in 2009.
Breaches can be expressed both in and out of the organization, with especially staggering statistics on employee theft. Dwyer (2014) states, “39 percent of data theft from businesses comes from company insiders. Even more
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State of Security Westfield Shopping Town
By: Jeremy Howell
ITT Tech CJ261
In this report you will find information collected during a security survey conducted at Westfield Shopping Town located in Toledo, Ohio. This will include a brief a description and the subject matter evaluated. The state of security for this establishment will also be assumed from the results of the conducted research. Lastly I will include some viable recommendations for improvement and sustainment.
Opened in the mid-1970s, this is currently Toledo’s only successful enclosed mall. Franklin Park was recently acquired by Westfield America and is anchored by JCPenney, Macy’s
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Col. Randy Larson, renown author and Director of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Center, speaks on an in-depth prospective of the field of homeland security and factors that drive the continued efforts to address future threats to the nation for the 21 century. The area of focus presented in the interview are the various ways an individual may enter the field but are not limited to a particular area of study. For example, health care, agriculture, or political science, there is essential no set track for finding a career in homeland security. Challenges surrounding area of homeland security are the mounting financial burdens and the need for the appointment of leadership at a national
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IT 200: Milestone Three
Network security is one of the most important aspects of implementing a fully functional working network, downtime caused by poor network security can cause major economic loses. The two matters that need to be addressed is the User and Physical equipment.
Network security begins with the user. As such would implement a Network Use policy that the employee must sign and adhere to. The company network is to be used for work purposes only. All activity will be monitored and subjected to review by upper management. All users will use strong passwords that are at least 8 characters with upper case and at least one number
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Home Security Vulnerabilities
DeVry Online, SEC310
Professor Kathryn Fenner
The neighborhood I have lived in for the past three years is southwest of Chicago. The main benefit of living forty-five minutes from the city is the peace and quiet. It is an old farm town with newly built homes. The population of Lockport houses approximately twenty-five thousand residents. The town is very quiet, with two lane access roads throughout much of the city. The traffic is minimal, the stars are visible at night and the sound of horses and roosters in the morning are what make residents feel a sense of security. When walking through the neighborhood, it is not out of the ordinary to see garage
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Aspects of food security
Challenges to achieving food security
Food security is one of the leading projects in the world especially in Africa. Inadequacy of food is a, major problem in the world after globalization .Food production and also quality is also sensitive to quality of water and soil, presence of pest band diseases and other biophysical influences. Food security is the availability of food and the access to it, all people should have physical and economic access, adequate amount of
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personal gain or financial growth? The question of 'why did he do it' is no longer important in this day of age; rather we should be asking, 'how could it be done.' Privacy, personal information, and financial transactions on networks, the Internet and the WWW will never and can never be 100% secure.With a growing global itch for e-commerce and Internet transactions, security of systems has become a hot topic around the world. With the number of Internet users almost exponentially growing every year, there is more and more information and personal data online and vulnerable to cyber terrorists or hackers. The situation has gotten so serious that the President of the United States, possibly
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I. Chroot jail
“Chroot jail is a UNIX feature that creates a limited sandbox allowing a process to view only a single sub-tree of the file system.” “In order for it to work properly, some common programs and libraries need to be copied or linked to the appropriate locations in the new directory tree.” (Haas)
The term sandbox is a metaphor for the type of security that chroot jail uses. Once you put a program or utility into the jail, it only knows of what is contained in the cell, the rest of your system becomes invisible to it. It does this by changing the apparent root directory for the current running process and its children. A program that is run in a modified environment cannot
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FINGER PRINT SECURITY
The general trend of human nature always longing for security Physically, Mentally and Socially. Fingerprint based security access control and time attendance systems are used for all kinds of office and service sector operations in the day today environment. Fingerprint System based access control is more secured as compared to the conventional swipe card or ID cards because of the exclusive fingerprint for every entity.
Fingerprint Security Systems have fascinated people for centuries. They have been used as a method of personal identification since ancient times. The two key aspects of most of the Fingerprint System biometric solutions are Finger
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IT Security and Compliance Policy |
IS3350/Security Issues; Roger Neveau; 3/12/2013; Mike Taylor, Instructor |
This document is the Final Project for IS3350 Security Issues, creating and improving security policies for LenderLive Network |
Table of Contents
Appendix A SWOT Analysis…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..14
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web browser to ensure the technology continues to remain competitive. The intent is to transition away from analog lines and adapt to newer technology.
1. Asses the security threats, confidentiality threats, and integrity threats of switching to a VoIP system versus the existing phone system. Firewalls defining the security policies.
2. The VoIP Software Applications needed to replace the existing phone system.
3. The bandwidth requirements for VoIP.
4. The VoIP Hardware devices needed to replace the existing system.
5. A defined timeline to transition the existing system to VoIP.
6. The cost savings once the VoIP is implemented.
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Two ways to secure a WLAN, and the ramification if the WLAN is breached.
Two ways to secure a WLAN, and the ramification if the WLAN is breached.
There is an added vulnerability when securing a WLAN than there is with a LAN. The multitude of packets floating around going from one or more access points to a variety of electronic devices can be a tempting arena for those wanting to gain illicit access. There are several ways to increase the security level of a WLAN. The most basic of these would be a router with an integrated firewall. This is almost exclusively found in residential settings. Keeping to the same architecture, firewalls can be quite complex in
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Many of us do banking and keep personal financial records on our computers. Although it is very convenient to do most of our financial and bill paying through the internet, this useful tool can become very threatening. New means of stealing personal information and destroying all of our computer data through the network are being developed daily and spread to the public in different forms, such as viruses, worms, fake e-mails, and spyware. Viruses and worms can create major headaches. Computer viruses are small software programs that are designed to spread from one computer to another and to interfere with computer operation. A virus might corrupt or delete data on your