2) Home automation, breach results in unauthorized access and cause harm. With the recent trend in internet of things (IoT) many homeowners and industries integrate, appliances and sensors to by managed by web and cloud. Some of these systems are not highly secure and increases the risk of being hacked. Again, the user information may not be the target, it could be other assets that are target of the crime. 3) Digital media breach results in loss of revenue, by criminal sharing information illegally.
Thus, This can lead to a bad reputation of the company in the market. 7)Products at Risk: Eg Software. Products at risk means making copies of the software, application and games. Due to latest technology anybody can use to replicate all media formats on the computer. Software and games can be easily copied using CD/DVD replication.This sometimes also involves pirating software of the reputed company and selling them on the internet or to the black market for money.
In many aspects, the internet has shaped society today. Not only has the internet helped people with connecting to family and friends, it has also made it easier for people to do research ad or look information up. The internet can be a great investment however, nothing is worse that what it can do to another person. Bullying has become the internet’s worst creation. No one is safe on the internet, which is a huge problem.
The fact that no one has seen anything like Amazon before makes people worried; this produces people into believing that the five- hundred and sixty billion dollar company has control of the economy, thus forming a monopoly. However, as long as the prices do not go up, consumers do not suffer, and competition challenges Amazon, then the company does not have a monopoly. The first reason that proves Amazon does not have a monopoly: the prices. Amazon does control the majority of e-commerce. However, Amazon prices stay low, enhancing the business of Amazon, which explains the dominance in online shopping.
Hacking personal information, cyber bullying, and plagiarism have all resulted in the upgrading of technology that was not originally intended. Unfortunately Edward J. Snowden chose to use his unspeakable knowledge of computers and access to advanced technology to negatively impact the
Driver less cars are unsafe. Hackers could hijack self driving cars and control them remotely. The cars will become more technological, allowing hackers to access personal information such as home address and even bee able to tell when there is nobody at the address leading to more burglaries. There will be another level of terrorism, terrorists could hack into the cars and drive them into buildings and populated areas. Another reason they are unsafe is because the use cameras and laser sensors to stay in lanes and because of bad weather can cause more accidents than humans would during dangerous weather.
Scareware. It is a form of malicious software that uses social engineering to cause shock, anxiety or the perception of a threat in order to manipulate users into buying unwanted software. It is a part of a class of malicious software that includes rogue security software. Some forms of Spyware and Adware also use Scareware tactics. A frequent tactics used by criminals involves convincing users that a virus has infected their computer, than suggesting that they download (and pay for) fake antivirus software to remove it.
Nathan Welmaker ELA p. 1/2 1/26/16 Prosecution of Cyberbullies Cyberbullying is explained and illustrated with examples such as writing hurtful comments, posting embarrassing pictures, media fraud, and any time technology is used to harm another person. Right off the bat, cyberbullying has been proved prosecution worthy. Cyberbullying is inescapable, harmful, and common. Opposing views state that “unplugging” is possible but with the reliance on technology it’s nearly impossible. Firstly, cyberbullying is inescapable.
Many citizens are unaware why the issue of net neutrality affects them. Corporations such as Netflix and Google play an important role in this issue, as they are the ones that provide online services. Most people in both of these two categories want laws to safeguard net neutrality. Countering net neutrality are Internet Service Providers like Time Warner Cable, Verizon, and Comcast, that provide access to the Internet platform. These providers want to give a “fast-lane” for companies willing to pay for faster access to
People know that neutralizing distractions will yield invaluable minutes of clarity and focus, but for most, the application of such, is nearly impossible. With the internet access reaching farther into our lives from smart watches to televising pumps at gas stations, distractions are everywhere and increasingly difficult to ignore.