You can use the definitions provided in the textbook or search them from other sources. I have chosen the digital forensics competency area and the definition of each key terms as listed in the textbook are as follows: i. Manage The term manage is used to mean acquiring the necessary contractual vehicle and resources that include financial resources that are used in running forensic labs and programs. It can also be used to mean to coordinate and build internal and external consensus that can be used to develop and manage an organizational digital forensic program. Management also is to establish a digital forensic team, usually, the one that is composed of investigators, IT professionals and incidents handlers to perform digital and network forensics.
The course might have been required when he was in library school from January 1996 to May 1997. However, he took the course over two decades ago and might not remember everything he learned during the course. In his opinion it was beneficial to take the course in understanding policies and people-management skills. Other skills that would have been useful to learn in the course would be to focus on the financial aspect of the management. However, he considers experience in the field a better teacher.
Expensive Downloads and Pod-casting. Without Net Neutrality, network providers could charge you more to download your favorite videos or music, or to use services such as Rhapsody, YouTube, Napster, and iTunes. Network providers can also tell you which download service you have to use, charging you a toll if you decide to use one of their competitors. Against Net Neutrality: Why should Net Neutrality be
While this might be a good strategy from the risk diversification perspective, Amazon has to be cognizant of losing its strategic advantage as it moves away from its core competence. 3. As Amazon offers free shipping to its customers, it is in the danger of losing its margins and hence might not be able to optimize on costs because of the strategy. 4. Considering the fact that Amazon is an online only retailer, the single minded focus on online retailing might “come in the way” of its expansion plans particularly in emerging markets.
It concludes by reviewing the meaning and significance of metadata information in resolving digital or cybercrime activities. 2.1 Definition of Computer Forensics Computer forensics is the general term used to describe the acquisition, preservation, analysis and presentation of digital evidence(s). Computer Forensics is “the science that is concerned with the relation and application of computers and legal issues” (Kuchta 2000). This definition attempts to show the link between forensic science and law or legality. Computer forensics is also commonly referred as “cyber-forensics or digital forensics” by various individuals, authors of books and also information security professionals.
D. Libraries: Libraries are generally have computers and offer people access to the internet. Most libraries also recruit personnel who help the uninitiated to cross over into the digital realm by teaching them the basics of computer use as well as how to navigate the digital domain of the internet. As such, libraries can offer the most personalized and effective form of media education. E. Local Access: Communities which have local public access systems such as local cable television access, people can learn to create their own video messages concerning issues they feel are important and get them aired on the local channels. Programs can be initiated wherein those interested in such are given basic training in video and digital
The majority of information service tools are purchased through vendors (Pekala, 2017, p. 49). They have become a significant part of libraries, especially in the digital age, and almost every information service system or tool is now provided through a vendor. Magi (2010, p. 267) found that "the privacy policies of major vendors...fail to express a commitment to many of the standards articulated by the librarian profession and information technology industry for the handling and protection of user information." This is significant and illustrates how library users' information and privacy could easily be at risk. Libraries may not offer sufficient user information to government agencies, but those agencies can still access it through library vendors.
Digital rights management is an industry technology that protects various forms of digital content such as financial reports, online digital music, electronic books, product specification, etc. DRM is essentially an access and usage control technology in the application level. Most people have heard of software licensing and digital library lending services but perhaps not related it with Digital Rights Management (DRM). The purpose of DRM is to prevent unauthorized access and redistribution of digital content and to restrict the customer from specific use activities like copying, sharing, and cut & paste. To better understand digital rights, one must remember that plays, books, pictures, films, music and other digital content are subjected
Van Deursen and van Dijk (2014) resume this perspective, but stating that the great diversity of definitions makes it difficult to have a clear characterization of digital skills. Therefore, they propose a definition of digital skills, both conceptual and operational, in four sequential domains: Operational, formal, information and strategic. The authors understand by operational skills the actions that allow a person to use digital media tools, such as navigation bars, buttons or links, different ways to input information in fields or pages, possibilities to download or save files and similar. As for the formal skills, they refer to navigation and orientation in structures specific to digital media (in essence, hypertextual), such as knowing which website one is in, identifying how to navigate each site, orienting oneself or getting lost while performing a task. The information skills are related to knowing how to search, select and assess the information from internet in its various forms (text, image, video).