Database systems in order to retrieve and keep all the data secure and available require some maintenance and a lot of human input, which can bring up some of the security, legal, ethical, and privacy issues. To overcome this issues organization should prepared and needs to identify, analyzes, and prepare the
Windows authorization mechanism C. Passwords plus smartcards D. Stored in a digital certificate E. Standard for smart card support F. Decrypts data encrypted with a certificate G. Firewall exceptions H. Standard for fingerprint scanners and other devices I. Potentially destructive software J. Firewall rule requiring IPsec 1. Multifactor authentication = C 2. Malware = I 3. Brute force =A 4.
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) A good definition for a database is: 1) _______ A) A text file with values delimited by commas B) A collection of related data C) A card catalogue D) A piece of software for managing databases 2) Redundancy refers to what database condition? 2) _______ A) All data is stored in tables B) You have more than one database devoted to the same thing C) The same data is recorded in more than one place in the same database D) A primary key is repeated in another table as a foreign key 3) Which best defines the function of a primary key? 3) _______ A) It uniquely identifies each record B) It is always a number C) It unlocks the data in a table D) It is the first field in a table 4) What best describes the function of a foreign key?
A biometric control is an automated method of verifying the identity of a person, based on physical or behavioral characteristics. Biometrics consists of thumbprint or fingerprint, retinal scan, voice scan or signature. Biometric controls are now integrated into many e-business hardware and software products. Network access control (NAC) products. NAC tools are different from traditional security technologies and practices that focus on file access.
I can assume that my organization MIS department will do it for me because they would identify issues and problems and promote to employees how to protect their assets that might be vulnerable to theft in the outside world. It’s important to protecting our assets that might be on portable devices to prevent the theft, use two factor authentications, and encrypt your data. Protecting your privacy by using strong passwords, adjusting the privacy settings on your computer, and surf the web anonymously. Other ways to protecting your privacy may include e-mail anonymously by reporting spam to your email provider and knowing what information on your emal is creditable, and by erasing your Google search history to prevent important history from being discovered. | 2.
Unit 219 Store and Retrieve Information Start with an introduction about the different possible information systems such as electronic, paper based etc. Explain why it is important to have a system to store and retrieve information. Explain how you protect confidentiality of the information that you deal with and why it is important to do so. If you are given a piece of information to add to the system why is it important to confirm exactly what is required before you start working on the task? How do you get to this page to start with?
4. Describe (in a one to two (1-2) page narrative) a use case dependency for making an account transfer. Illustrate this use case with Visio or a similar product. 5. Identify and explain at least one (1) ethical issue that the use case exposes in connection with the development or use of the ATM system.
Under the USA PATRIOT Act, what legal documents are needed for law enforcement to obtain information regarding temporarily assigned network addresses or billing records from Internet service providers? The legal documents that are needed for law enforcement to obtain information are called subpoenas 4. What types of information might a law enforcement officer want to acquire when preparing for the execution of a search warrant for a computer? Prior to executing the search warrant the law enforcer must have a proper plan in place. Officers should gather intelligence and conduct surveillance.
The purpose of the Act is to give rights to the people who have information stored about them. This information may be stored on computer or in an organised paper filing system. Anyone holding personal date are legally obliged to comply with the Act; a Data Controller must be nominated who has the responsibility to declare what information is being collected and for what purpose and they must apply to register with the Information Commissioner. There are two types of personal date: “Personal Data” includes information such as name and address. “Sensitive Data” includes details such as race, religion and political