For example, do not choose to save the username or password. Do not give sensitive information to non-secure websites. An easy way to check if a website is secure is to look at the part of the URL that says “http” (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) or “https” (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure). An employee should try to stick with websites listed as “https” as they are generally more secure. Useful web applications, like Facebook and Google Calendars, are starting to be used more often and employees need to know that they should not store sensitive information on these applications (Elmerraji).
Personal Privacy There are many reasons why all counter-terrorism efforts potentially violate the 4th amendment. The government thinks that looking into other people’s privacy will be a better way to find their so called enemies but in doing so, that will also mean that they have to look into people’s information and some of those people may not have caused any crime of any sort. One targeting the wrong people for crimes they never committed, two searching a person without a valid warrant/reason, and invading in someone else's privacy without them knowing. It will be explained as to why it isn't right for the government to be spying on civilians as an excuse to save the country from potential enemies. One of the main things the government does
Often scams come in the form of e-mail messages from someone you don't know asking you for personal information like Social Security Number, passwords, or Credit card information. Before sending any type of information make sure it is a legitimate source. Criminals have a strategy of pretending to be a protective systems agency or internet provider trying to persuade individuals online that they should release valuable personal information (Dmitry and Baumer 2014). Analysis Fraud can happen anywhere at any time. Internet fraud is at our finger tips.
Computer Ethics With technology advancing at breakneck speed, computers have become a universal tool in engineering and business. There are numerous ways in which computers have brought about benefits to society. However, there are also numerous instances in which computers have been misused, all of which have led to serious ethical issues. For example, Computers been used as instruments of unethical and/or illegal behaviour. Case studies 1: Private Eye Is Said to Face Prosecution in a Hacking A private investigator in New York is facing charges for paying a hacker-for-hire firm to steal email passwords and credentials.
Bitcoins can be stolen like other currency, so vigilant network, server and database security is paramount. • Users must carefully safeguard their bitcoin wallets which contain their private keys. Secure backups or printouts are crucial. • Bitcoin is not regulated or insured by the US government so there is no insurance for your account if the exchange goes out of business or is robbed by hackers. • Bitcoins are relatively expensive.
They can hack into any device that connected into the internet and control it to harm us like your phone. So the government should have a law against computer crimes because the damage caused by blackmailing, destroying other computers like electricity companies, banks and personal computers, and stealing databases like people identities and work. First of all, some hackers steal records of employee’s workplace, their social security numbers and their work assignments or projects which will affect negatively on their life. For example, some hackers sell projects to any competitive companies for a high price or their credit card information to buy with it. According to Ellen Nakashima (2015), a reporter in The Washington Post newspaper, article that talked about
Without Net Neutrality, network providers can block or slow down access to sites they don’t like. No User Choice. Without Net Neutrality, network providers – not you – will determine what services and equipment you can use on the Internet. Banned Chat Rooms. Without Net Neutrality, network owners can dictate whether you are allowed to visit popular chat rooms or if you will have to pay a cover charge to enter them.
When a person learns that his private information has been compromised, the next step is reporting the theft of personal information. Failing to take appropriate action as soon as the compromise or fraudulent activity occurs may result in greater damage to the victim’s accounts or financial situation. Important steps to remember include make a report to local law enforcement, report the theft or breach to your financial institution, contact the local post office if you believe your mail has been, contact any credit or retail companies with which you have accounts which might have been compromised and contact all credit-reporting agencies. In addition to phone and mail services, each agency provides online services for disputing claims, and for reporting identity theft and fraud. One of the best ways to protect against identity theft is to monitor your credit history.
Summing up the challenges, this research study aims to explore and identify the effect of internet banking on the customer retention in context to the challenges while redefining its business. 2.4 What could this research shed light on? This research will explain the impacts of internet banking on customer retention within the banking industry. Besides, the researcher will find out the changing factors of customer satisfaction, which will shed light on the current market trends towards the industry and demand activator factors of Barclays bank. Through this research, overall customer relationship management of Barclays bank will be evaluated, which will be conducted by assessing positive changing behaviour of consumer towards the bank.
With fingerprint authentication, there is no need to provide sensitive information or save passwords. In this way, it physically inconceivable for hackers to take over your accounts. Is Biometric Authentication The Future of Digital Security? Biometric authentication analyzes specific attributes. Aside from fingerprints, it can also use the person’s face, voice, penmanship, palm print, retina or iris, hand geometry, or a combination of two or more these characteristics.