Introduction Business security is the means of securing the company’s asset through proper system, tools, assurance and services. This is one of the most important things to consider in business and should be included in business plans. Company owners should be alert at all times in any peculiar event that may harm the flow of their businesses. The employees must always be prepared, vigilant and conscious especially during opening and closing hours for these are the usual times that a theft might get its way in. Business security is important in every company as it could help prevent loss of data or assets.
Confidentiality - Related Terms Privileged information - means “available only on the basis of special privilege,” such as the privilege accorded an employee working on a special assignment. Proprietary information - is the information that a company owns or the proprietor of. It is used primarily in a legal sense and is ideas carefully defined by law. Another synonym for proprietary information is trade secrets. It can be virtually any type of information that has not become public and which an employer has taken steps to keep secret.
DE DUPLICATION SCALABLE SECURE FILE SHARING ON CLOUD ENVIRONMENT Ms.B.Nirmala Resaerch Scholoars Department of Computer science and Engineering Saveetha University Nirmalabalasundam.firstname.lastname@example.org Dr.SP.Chokkalingam Professor Head of the department IT Department of Information Technology Saveetha University email@example.com Abstract— Data Deduplication provides lots of benefits to security and privacy issues which can arise as user 's sensitive data at risk of within and out of doors attacks.Traditional secret writing that provides knowledge confidentiality is incompatible with knowledge deduplication. Ancient secret writing wants completely different users to encode their knowledge with their own keys. Thus, identical knowledge copies of completely different various users can result in different ciphertexts that makes Deduplication not possible.Convergent secret writing has been planned to enforce knowledge confidentiality whereas creating Deduplication possible. It encrypts/decrypts a knowledge copy with a confluent key, that is obtained by
It is important to remember transparency prevents corruption, this is inevitable when only a few have the right of entry to certain information. A small proportion of businesses intentionally defraud investors or in other cases businesses dispense misleading information but still adheres to legalities. Finally, it is best when financial reports provide a truthful transparent view into a company’s growth, it makes an analysis easier for
RESEARCH METHODS & LEGAL WRITING REPORT WRITING ON : ANTIQUITY OF THE OFFICIAL SECRETS ACT 1923 AND ITS DELINQUENCY SUBMITTED TO :- SUBMITTED BY :- DR. ABHIJIT VASMATKAR GAYATRI ANUGHA J SYMBIOSIS LAW COLLEGE ROLL NO. 37 INTRODUCTION : The definition of secret in general terms is something that is kept or meant to be kept unknown or unseen by others . And secrets are of various kinds some are accessible some are not . Here in this research we will be dealing with an act which deals with protecting the significant secrets which if given away can cause loss not just to the country but also in the bigger picture also
The key is not necessarily to maximize the protection of the trade secret, but to find the optimal degree of security, while the competitor is less likely to participate in inefficient and detrimental activities, such as bribery and espionage, in attempting to appropriate the secret. Efficiency presumes that every resource is optimally allocated to serve
Introduction Undoubtedly fieldwork researchers face a conflict while on one hand safeguarding their subjects from emotional and physical harms and on the other hand providing detailed descriptive accounts that eventually may lead to identification of their respondents. I argue that mainly confidentiality should be maintained unless the consultant or the researcher finds the information most important to the general public and even in such cases the informant should be consulted. I have explained below from social perspective. However even in such cases first and foremost the respondent should be consulted to reveal the information. If the informant found to be reluctant to do that then the researcher after taking the necessary steps, should
To reveal employees fraud, theft, waste and record keeping errors. 6. To allow for fast, accurate, and reliable access to records, ensuring the timely destructions of redundant information and the identification and protection of vital and historically important records. 7. It is necessary when a firm is seeking fund from a bank for expansion.
The information should only be given to a fellow bank or to a person authorised by the customer to receive such information, in confidence and without prejudice. The information should be as general as possible so as to avoid any liability as to claim for defamation or for fraudulent misrepresentation. A banker and his subordinates are, in this respect, in the same position as any other member of the community. In addition to the liability towards the customer on account of unjustifiable disclosure of his account, the banker may make himself liable to the party to whom the information is given, in order to compensate him for any loss which the latter may suffer on account of having relied upon information. LIABILITY OF BANKS FOR BREACH OF DUTY TO MAINTAIN