I would have the manager draw up a questioner that would cover all the aspects of the project the want done. All issues that are experiencing with their present system, and what additional tasks as well as any security issues they have had in the past. I would require on the questioner that the access privileges be explained. After reviewing the questioner I would require an onsite interview with the IT staff with the person that filled out questioner present. In that way the job expectations can be clearly explained before a drafting the project details.
It will impact the hardware organisation negatively by giving JCC company new hardware without any charge. • All documentation supplied with new hardware or software is to be kept in the IT manager’s office. This will impact the company positively by keeping them in IT manager’s office in case they are not mixed up and also they can be identified as a warranty hardware’s. • No unauthorised software is to be installed on company machines unless proof of a licence is available. This will impact the JCC Company positively.
The Fourth Amendment states, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized" (Administrative Office, n.d.) The key to this is unreasonable searches and seizures. I am using a government-owned device and if my employer believes I have something to hide that could be hurtful or harmful, he should be allowed to search my device without waiting for a warrant. The only time it would be infringing on my rights protected by the Fourth Amendment is if he is being unreasonable and only checking whenever he felt like being nosey. As it is a government given device, it 's not mine in the first place and I should be aware of that. Computers and phones given by the government have their own stipulations to that and searching them is one.
Install antivirus and content filter software on firewalls 4. Keep all antivirus software up to date that is updating to newer and more secured versions of the anti-virus. This might cause money, but it is significantly important. 5. Keep all systems up to date, this has to do with updating required systems operating systems and other systems software for security purposes, for example the new windows 10 might have more security features than windows 7 or 8, so it’s advisable to update the operating system.
Possession, distribution or use of network or system diagnostic, monitoring and system audit tools is limited to designated and authorized employees or contractors in accordance with their job responsibilities, per 09.2.01 Non-Essential Services. Approval can only be granted by the Information Risk Management Organization. This includes anything which can replicate the functions of such tools. Unauthorized possession, use or distribution of such tools is prohibited Question • Can help desk approve temporary desktop applications? Would they do a risk review?
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Again, the data owner has the ultimate responsibility for managing the access controls, but does not need to have his/her hand on the controls daily. Instead, the data owner can have an appointed data security officer to handle the day-to-day access and maintenance of data control (Khatri & Brown, 2010, p. 167). This position will determine the levels at which each employee in the company can access the data for particular reasons. This includes limiting executives to various levels, with the understanding that their access should be for retrieval purposes, not for manipulation
It’s not a bad idea to make groups for each permission and explain to them they have file shares that their group applies to. Never use the Full Control permission because it leaves a huge security hole for your company. I personally like the solutions of having users understand what each permission does and explaining this information is not to be abused, but you cannot control everything. If a user continues to abuse company police, then a company may have legal ramifications. Even if you give an employee a fileshare permission, they simply cannot abuse it because the fileshare is under intellectual property of the company.
In a ruling that is sure to be welcomed by many employers, a federal court has ruled that employers can prevent employees from wearing clothing that criticizes the company. A Washington, D.C., federal appeals court reversed the NLRB’s 2011 ruling that AT&T was wrong to discipline employees who went to service calls in customer’s homes wearing shirts bearing anti-AT&T messages. Originally, the NLRB ruled that the employees’ right to wear the shirts outweighed AT&T’s right to protect its reputation. The ruling tied the hands of employers to manage their own reputations in several important ways. For example, under the ruling, employees who dealt directly with the public could express their dissatisfaction with management through messages on their clothing.
Even things including social media in regards to limiting personal information on Facebook or other personal pages can help prevent you from becoming a victim of identity theft. Jim Williams, President of Team Lendwell, says that it is highly recommended that every consumer should monitor their credit periodically (P 1). Other measures that can be taken include being stingy with personal information along with maintaining close records of financial accounts. Other actions that people think are harmless, but can substantially affect the rate they are victimized are opening emails or becoming too gullible for those who are running scams and try to get personal information. A basic rule of thumb always stands true, “if it is too good to be true, then it most likely is.” Also, the
I don’t want my personal information to be tracked, stolen, or even my text messages to go through some type of monitoring for suspicious activity. Privacy isn’t given to us we have it, and the government can’t invade into our privacy. We are allowed to do whatever we want but certain things aren’t allowed, that’s why there are laws enforced to everyone, if we break them we pay the price, and the government should face the price for monitoring our calls and emails, or who knows he’s probably monitoring everything that we do and we just don’t know it