Copyright © 2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. ISBN: 0-558-86622-0 124 CHAPTER 6 | Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery Planning In this chapter, you will learn about the goals of sound business continuity planning and disaster recovery planning, how these two types of planning differ, the types of threats that could invoke emergency planning and procedures, and several of the more prominent techniques organizations are using to plan for and hopefully prevent a disruption in business activities. Overview of the Business
The company should have been able to follow up with all venders and customers to attest to the validity of the financial statements and they were not able to do this and not able to gather the “appropriate and sufficient evidence” needed. When a client will not allow the auditor to gather evidence needed to perform a correct auditor then the opinion can be affected. The auditor cannot attest to the fairness of the financial statements if the evidence is lacking or
It could have huge financial implications for businesses and presenting this misinformation to others could also mean damaging you reputation interpersonal skills Using interpersonal skills can be a very powerful method of collection especially in the workplace where it can help you to save time. Information sharing is a core
1) Are information gathering techniques like rajaratnam’s common on Wall Street? If so, what could regulators, investors, and executives do to reduce the practice? Yes, I think information gathering techniques like rajaratnam so are Connie. In Wall Street. Although insider trading is illegal people will continue to do it as they see money as more important than what it right and wrong.
In this article, Carr explains to us the ways in which he believes that technology has affected our society. Although we think of pros when it comes to the advancement of technology, not many of us who use technology have considered that there are negative affects to this ongoing advancement of technology. There are several effects due to the advancement of the Internet; laziness, shorter attention span, and lack of patience. The primary claim that is made in this article is that the more we use the Internet, the weaker our ability to concentrate on long pieces of writing become. While some people might not agree with the idea that the Internet is diminishing our intelligence.
Because of that, related policies and insurances are adopted to reduce the crimes. Although identity theft has become a threatening ethical issue related to information technology, people can learn lessons behind this ethical issue, and find ways to protect PII and reduce the negative impacts of identity theft. Many people still have confusion on the definition of identity theft and the related impacts. So what is an identity theft? When a burglar steals the key of a house, he can go inside very easily and take everything away in the house.
Companies such as this are required not only legally, but ethically to protect the customers’ private information or be held accountable by law. It is also bad practice to allow this sensitive information to be disseminated and stolen by cyber criminals. Since this kind of data must be protected at all costs, certain regulations were put in place so that standards for information security could be monitored. One of these standards is that all personal information is to be encrypted when being sent over the internet and also on the servers. This will make it much harder for the hacker to access the information easily.
Throughout the article, the author says “The shoplifter creates a third choice of her own: she takes the products she has been conditioned to desire without paying for them… Shoplifting is the most effective protest against all … modern corporations” (Ex-workers Pg. 2). The purpose of this article and its use of logos is to inform the reader of the how the big corporations are cheating them out of their money and how they can “stick it” to them. Ethos, pathos, and logos are all rhetorical strategies that are used to inform and convince the reader of the continuing problem of big corporations cheating people out of their hard earned money. The logic and the papers emotional pull all contribute to the credibility of the author and what she has to say.
Therefore, the end does not justify the means. The fact that the individual bought the computer (the ends) does not justify the fact that they stole the money (the means). If an individual saves up money for months in order to buy a new computer in an ethical way, i.e. obtaining a job, etc., and buys the new computer with it, the end in this situation is justified because the individual purchased the computer with their own money thereby making the end justify the means. In conclusion, the method of means which violate our morals cannot validate the end
In negatively of the government policy is they can block business operations such as finance, marketing, or property and automatically it become risk for 99 Speedmart businesses. The prevailing political environment in any country directly affects the economic environment or performance. Political changes affect greatly small business owners and it quite important for them to know whether the changes in the politics and government policies are supportive or unfavorable to their businesses. Base on the analysis it