1: A company should evaluate there flow of information and departments and based in that decide who should have access to what information. Not every employee needs the access to company’s important documents. The less people that have access the better. Also, another way that I have seen to prove work is when you have more than one persons authorization needed to access something. When a worked at a company in order for me to access some stuff I would need my supervisor to override for me and if he wasn’t available the system required that 2 employees used there logins including mine to be able to access whatever I needed and they could not leave my sight until I was done. Ethical Issues that can come in play while doing school work and installing new system would be to not plagiarize. You don’t want to spend all this money to go to school and learn nothing by cheating or using a security system that is easily accessible. If its a system that you can easily get in, a hacker would have no problem.
2:Discuss about most relevant and significant tools that can potentially be used to protect business records of a company?
Documents, laptops, cell phones, and storage devices such as usb and flash drives should be secured by being locked up in an office, safe, or cabinet. There should be a limited of employees with access to the key and information. Paper files with business or consumer information must be shredded and discarded. It is better to shred the paperwork in house. A company I had previously worked for used to hire a company to shred their paperwork for them. Everyone would pile the sensitive information into a large locked bin, then the ‘shredders’ would pick up the bins and dump the paperwork into their trucks for shredding. On one occasion, the person picking up the bins accidentally dropped it and the papers spilled out and blew across the parking lot! Of course, strong passwords are necessary to secure sensitive data as well as encrypting information, establishing firewalls, anti virus programs, and hiring IT personnel.
3: I can say it is very important that all business owners have a method to protect all their records to keep all their paperwork in a safe place. Especially nowadays, i cant speak on how everyone else should run their business, but i can say as far as me trying to become a business owner i will have separate copies of everything that goes on in my business and have it secured in a safe place, or my own personal computer, and etc. In todays world sometimes you cant even trust your own staff so when it comes down to certain customers files i will have them secured so that i am the only one who can view it especially since i plan on opening up a nursing home for the elderly. Their information needs to be kept in a safe place so that not everyone can view their charts.
4:4:Do you think perceptions of American Muslims and Muslims in general have changed since 9/11? If so, are these changes justified? Why? If not, why do you believe they have not changed?
5:Before World War I and II, anti-Semitism was more prevalent than it is today. Does anti-Semitism still exist? In what forms?
6: I can agree that some of the generation I’m from and on tend to forget other people’s feelings. I was bullied severely as a child, for example. However, I’ve noticed through all that that the main reason it continued was because the adults took on a “I didn’t see it, it didn’t happen.” attitude. All they would of had to do was look at the security cameras, but they failed to even do that. (We were a super small town, by the way. Technically classed as a village. -To clarify: this was when I lived in Randolph, MN.-) It’s sad to think that things like bullying and prejudice is perpetuated by the older generations, but it also makes some sense. Here’s why: Things like The Red Scare. We, as a country, were so scared that we were going to be attacked by others in our own country that we turned on our own neighbors. We had so much fear that even our closest friends became enemies over night simply because of their possible views or country of origin. The worst part is: It’s happening again. It’s a different group (Muslims instead of Communists), but it’s the same fear.