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Ashlie Smith

September 29, 20
Scholarly journals
Vosner, Helena Blazun, et al. Full Length Article: Attitudes of Active Older Internet
Users Towards Online Social Networking. Computers In Human Behavior 55. Part A(2016):
230-241.Science Directed. Web.27 Sept 2015.
Key Word- cyber
This article is about the security on social media websites and how they work. Also talks about
the comparisons between older technology and the new technology and what the differences are,
and all of their statistics. If I wanted to learn more about cyber security I would go to this source
because I read the whole thing and I learn a lot more about cybersecurity then I thought I would.
I chose to use the ccbc database because you can really narrow it down when youre looking for
something specific. The database has a lot of articles that you can choose from when youre trying
to look up something.
Fugini, Mariagrazia, Mahsa Teimourikia, and George Hadijichristofi. A Web-Based
Cooperative Tool For Risk Management with Adaptive Security. Future Generation Computer
System 54.Web.27 Sept.2015.
This article is about how to avoid security conflict and what their organizations do. It also
talks about the risk that the security can have.

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TRAAP
T- was written September 2015
R- It was relevance to my topic because it has to deal with the protection on social media
A-The author is Vosner, Helena Blazun
A-The information is trustworthy because they have done a lot of research and there are statistics
to back up their information.
P-This article was written because they wanted to know the ways about social media security and
how it works.

Google and Bing


Google - "Cybersecurity Solutions, SAS Cybersecurity." Cybersecurity Solutions, SAS
Cybersecurity. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Sept. 2015.
Bing- "Cybersecurity for Dummies." Cybersecurity for Dummies. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Sept. 2015.

I decided to try using google and bing. I chose them because they are two of the most popular
sites to get information off of. If I had to pick to use one more than the other then I would choose
google. Google is more convenient for me and I do believe that there is more information on

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google than bing. However, I do like that on both of those sites you can look up different times
of when the information was posted, from years ago to twenty four hours ago.

I think that the differences between the internet and journal articles are that the journal
articles you can look up scholarly journals. When you look up something on the internet you
pretty much get what they give you, you dont get to pick and choose, except for the dates. I
think that google is a lot easier to access then the database because you can get to google from
your phone or computer. I also think that google has more variety when youre trying to find
something and that the authors are better. Because everyone always looks on google for
information not the database, so I think that if someone has information about anything that they
would put it on google.

Warnes, Kathy, PhD. Cybersecurity. Salem press encyclopedia ( 2014). Research.Web.29.


Sept 2015.
This articles talks about cyber security and the background, when it all started and how it affects
us today. It describes what the DOS is, which is the denial of service. Also how it has to deal
with the government, how Obama accepted the recommendations of the Cyberspace Policy
Review, which included appointing a high-level Cyber Security Coordinator. This article is very
detailed with statistics and all the information they have, because they have backed everything
up.

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DOBRIAN, JOESPH, Are You Sitting On A Cyber Sexirity Bombshell?. Journal of Property
Management 80.5 (2015): 8-11. Business Source Primier. Web.29 Sept. 2015.
This article talks about the high risk of cybersecurity in the US. These topics include medicine,
journalism and social media that all can be affected. Also how you can lose information.

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