David Anderson should assist Henry Jones in becoming fully aware of policies and procedures of the company. This would help Henry understand that what he is doing is causing a major security concern and by typing in his username and password he is acting in the public interest. Since this is not the first time Henry has done this and we know that he will probably be terminated for this, section 6.08 helps us decide what we should do next. It is David’s responsibility to report any errors in the software upon which he works. He has found a major security risk and it is now his responsibly to report it to the company.
Messaging Security: Spam filtering is one of the greatest challenges during the Office 365 implementation. With on-premises Exchange, there are many choices of vendors to provide layers of security and hygiene for your messaging - some based at the gateway and some on the client. But when moving to Office 365, the options diminish significantly. Though Office 365 utilize Exchange Online Protection, it fails to address the more advanced attack that are realized at the connection level as well as the email content level. Data Loss: Data loss is often a major concern for Office 365 customers, because Microsoft 's backup policies cannot guarantee a complete and speedy restore of lost data.
Because Linux is only as secure as it is configured to be, the user must take many precautions to ensure that the server stays secure. Having very little or no security at all can pose a great problem for the system, network, and server, not to mention the company involved. If the server is not secure, the company can be in big trouble as private information can be leaked. Important data that should only been seen by certain employees can possibly be seen by all employees. This could cause a huge problem.
The Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Security Services to a Digital MDR: A Guide for CISOs Digital Managed Detection and Response services (digital MDRs) are outsourced cybersecurity teams focused on protecting businesses from cyber threats by comprehensively and continuously monitoring risk across digital channels. As the threats organizations face in the digital realm continue to evolve and proliferate, it seems only logical for organizations to outsource cybersecurity to a digital MDR. It makes even more sense considering the advanced technology and leading experience offered by Managed Detection and Response services (MDRs) when compared to most, if not all, internal cybersecurity teams. Before making a decision about outsourcing, it
Data security is the protective digital privacy actions that are applied to avoid unauthorized admission to computers, websites, and databases. It also protects data from corruption. Data security is essential for every different size and type of organizations in IT. The focus of data security is to confirm privacy while protecting personal or corporate data. Data is the raw form of information stored in our databases, network servers, and personal computers.
This can reduce the risk of the data being loss as the database can be saved in a variety of different forms. - This type of database makes it simple for the editor to update as the data is split into separate data fields instead of multiple tables. Disadvantages: - The database doesn’t require a relational link meaning that when information is changed for one individual it will not automatically change for all the records of that individual meaning that you would have to find each record of that person and change it for all the records data collected for that person. - The database normally involves you repeatedly writing the same data which can cause many issues such as human error meaning that mistakes could be made causing records not to be presented when looking for records about a particular person. - When updating the database it can be often hard to identify any errors contained within the database as multiple records of data is contained within the database - The flat file database doesn’t prevent similar data being typed for two individuals which could cause confusion as it would bring up multiple records for multiple people with similar records making it hard to find out information about a
Effective password policy is needed to prevent the passwords from being guessed or cracked. The password policy covers the passwords of all types via passwords of users, systems, databases, applications, etc.., while the password policy can be enforced where they are used frequently and by users, it is difficult to enforce for the passwords used in application to application communication. This article talks about the challenges and possible solution to eliminate embedded passwords in application. Credentials used for application to application (A2A) authentication are typically hard-coded or embedded in the configuration files of the applications. These credentials, including SSH keys are easily sought after and can be potentially exploited by cyber attackers when left
The Strategy is aimed to improve communication and engagement with the employees to create a well-informed workforce, which in return is able to communicate effectively with all stakeholders. The Strategy shows how effective communications can be achieved to: • Ensure pertinent business information is effectively communicated to and from all stakeholders. • Raise employees’ awareness on all business related matters in the company. • Sustain a culture of two-way
This type of structure groups people with specific functional skills or roles, therefore it helps employees to be specialists and results in better productivities. While executing projects in this type of organization, project manager is dependent upon line managers for resource availability. Project manager has to negotiate with different functional team for project resources and it makes the tradeoffs difficult. Tradeoffs and Line staff organization. Project execution is responsibility of project manager and he/she has to do tradeoffs continuously, however Line staff organization is not flexible in determining schedule, cost, and performance tradeoffs due to following facts.
These days the possibilities for infringing on privacy are greater than before because of the growing use of technology. As a Chief privacy officer I would suggest an employer's need for information should be balanced with an employee's right to privacy. For almost all personal information — including pay and benefit records, formal and informal personnel files, and records of web-browsing, electronic mail, certain rules have to be established and maintain the balance: The employer should give reasons for whatever personal information he collects from the