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Security and Ethical in Managing Information System

List 10 issues in above title, and each title need to have at least 5 support issue and
answer in paragraph.

Security of information systems

Security of information systems refers to the system from unauthorized access, use,
disclosure, interruption, modification, review, inspection, recording or destruction to
defend the way.

There are two aspects of Information Systems Security:

IT security use - from security, they tend to break into systems and access
important personal information or gain system malicious network attacks
internal control system.

Data security - to ensure data integrity when critical issues arise, such as
natural disasters, general data, computer / server failure, physical theft of
offsite backup to save such a problem.

Ensure effective information security has the following main aspects:

Access to information to prevent unauthorized individuals or systems.

Maintain and ensure the accuracy and consistency throughout their life cycle

Ensure computing system to protect it, and for access security control its
communication channels, work all the time, so that is available in all cases

Ensure that data, transactions, communications or documents is true.

Verified, both sides are sincere participation by the authentication features,

such as "digital signature" to ensure the integrity of transactions.

Ensure that once the transaction occurs, neither party can deny it, the
transaction is either received or transaction has been sent. This is called

Protected data storage and networking and communications systems to


Information systems and ethics

Information systems have brought great social change, threatening the existing
distribution of power, money, rights, and obligations. This has also led to a variety
of new crimes, such as cybercrime.

Ethical issues promoted by the following institutions:

Information Technology Professionals Association (AITP)

American Computer Association (ACM)

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Social Responsibility Computer Professionals (CPSR)

Occupational and ethical conduct

And strive to achieve the highest quality, efficiency and dignity of the process and
professional work products both.

Obtain and maintain professional competence.

Understand and respect existing laws relating to professional work.

Accept and provide appropriate professional review.

A comprehensive and thorough assessment of the computer system and its

impact, including analysis and possible risks.

Honor Contracts, Agreements and Liability.

Improve the calculation and its consequences.

Access to computing and communication resources only when authorized to

do so.

Occupational and Ethical Conduct Guidelines

The Moral IEEE Code requires that each professional guarantee make a commitment
to the highest ethical and ethical conduct and agrees that:

Accept decisions that are consistent with the safety, health and well-being of
the public and promptly disclose information that may endanger public or
environmental factors;
In order to avoid conflicts of interest as real or imagined as possible, and to
disclose them to the affected parties when they exist;

To be honest and realistic in pointing out claims or projections based on

available data;

To reject all forms of bribery;

In order to improve the technology, its corresponding application, and the

possible consequences of awareness;

In order to maintain and improve our technical capabilities, and only when
the training or experience, qualified for others to bear the task, or fully
disclose the relevant restrictions;

Seek, accept and provide technical work honestly critical of, acknowledge
and correct errors, and properly credit the contributions of others;

Race, religion, sex, disability, age or nationality in order to treat all persons
equitably, irrespective of other factors;

In order to avoid false or malicious action to hurt others, their property,

reputation, or employment;

To assist colleagues and colleagues in their career development, and to

support them in the following ethical guidelines.