Protecting the information of an organization is important for many reasons; competitors is one. You don't want your competitor to gain the edge on you if they are able to see your projections, ideas, sales information etc. So making sure the information doesn't fall in the wrong hands is critical.

| July 27, 2015

Protecting the information of an organization is important for many reasons; competitors is one. You don’t want your competitor to gain the edge on you if they are able to see your projections, ideas, sales information etc. So making sure the information doesn’t fall in the wrong hands is critical.

 

1:    Another reason to protect information is for the loyalty of your clients/customers. If you want to have clients that trust you and come back to you over and over, you need to protect their information that they give you and trust you with. As well as protecting their identity. You wouldn’t want them to have their identity stolen from your business.

 

How about protecting your information for your company’s sake. Companies rely on their data for every day to day functions and need to know that they will have access to it when they return to the office the following day.

 

Off the top of my head, basic elements to assist in protection would be: firewall, software to protect against bugs, passwords that are encrypted, tokens to log in, and an appointed person who holds the permissions for users. I believe that it is pretty standard for most computers to have a firewall to protect it and if not there are programs that you can install on your system. I know in my office we use passwords to log in and have to have permission from our IT department before they will work. On the state system I use we have to have a combination of password and token to log into the system that has personal information of those we serve.

 

2:It’s very important to protect information of the business as well as the customers of the business. I like to think at anytime I give important information such as my social security number, Debit card numbers, and credit card numbers that it’s protected. At times I don’t know if its a good idea to give my information over the phone when doing business because they could be writing all my information down for their reason. I like how certain information is limited over the phone even if one has all their information because it could still be anyone such as banks won’t give account numbers over the phone or won’t let one order another debit card over the phone. It’s important for the business to keep all their records private, but a lot of times business do give their quota out for different reasons. I think that’s okay as long as one isn’t giving out their business plans on how to reach that quota. Its different things to help prevent losing information like firewalls, passwords and just different software to choose from.

 

3:Which parts of a system are likely to handle information? What does each part do to make information more accessible to the organization?

 

4:A student in another class stated that the “Native Americans, after years of fighting, they were then relegated to reservations to live the life that the settlers and the government thought they should live.  Essentially there freedom was taken away from them and they were not considered citizens.”

Do you agree that

1. not all the reservations are low income areas

2. the Native Americans have overcome the stigma of being of lower class

3. the Native Americans have overcome the stigma of being of lower financial status?

Provide an example of an Issue of Environmental Justice and the Native Americans. How did the Native Americans respond to the discrimination? (Schaefer, 2012, p. 73).

 

5:   The United Nations Women’s Treaty was implemented a few decades ago was supposed to give women an right to take part in their nations political and public life but that hasn’t changed much.

Their are many signs of discrimination against women. Discrimination against women presents itself in a variety of ways including: in the workforce, in the legal proceedings, in the home, in the medical field, in marketing tactics, in the education system, in the church. Discrimination is something that women face in every country around the world. In the United States four in every ten women have faced or will face discrimination personally. Often this discrimination presents itself in the workforce, as women barriers that center on childbearing and family obligations that many men do not face.

 

6:

Provide an example of discrimination in history.

How did the people involved respond to the discrimination?

Answer

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