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Youth Culture: Cyber Bullying
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...Culture: Cyber Bullying Problem ment Youth correlates with many subcultures that they often show in the way they dress, their attitude,and even to music. The youth cultures today are extremely exposed to the cyber world, such as using the internet. The internet is one of the ways that prove the evolution of technology. Many people would agree that using the internet makes life easier than before, especially to the youth. The advantages that the Internet provides to the users, whether for school, work and even to leisure times, prove the growth of technology. Despite all the advantages it provides, the growth of the Internet is also the growth of cyber bullying. Cyber Bullying became a social...
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Hacker Culture and Cyber Security Issues
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...Culture and Cyber Security Issues Introduction Hacker culture is the composition of human manifestation and experiences that are related to the exploitation of software and hardware. It has existed for many years and has constant influence in various societies across the world. Following the advancing computer knowledge in the current world, hacker culture is increasingly making its way to people’s lives. There are three types of hackers which include the black hat hacker, white hat hacker and the grey hat hacker. The three types of hackers have different intentions and motivations in their activities across the internet. Black hat hackers are the most daring because they use their knowledge...
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Annotated Bibliography
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...Cyber Culture January 5, Search terms used :cyber culture Source 1) Source Adolescent Bullies on Cyber Island 2) APA-formatted citation for source Strom, P., Strom, R., Walker, J., Tricia Sindel-Arrington, & Beckert, T. (2011). Adolescent bullies on cyber island. National Association of Secondary School Principals.NASSP Bulletin, 95(3), 195-211. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.snhu.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/908807324?accountid=3783 3) Source Evaluation Peer reviewed bulletin 4) Relevance of source to Subtopic Relevant to cyber culture as the article discusses how many of today’s youth are much more advanced in cyber bullying tactics than adults... Annotated Bibliography Issues of...
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Cyber Bullying
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...cyber bullying. References Brown, K et al. (2006). Cyber-bullying: Developing Policy to Direct Responses that are equitable and Effective in Addressing this Special Form of Bullying. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 57, 1-35 Martin, M and Keith, S. (2005). Cyber-bullying: Creating a Culture of Respect in a Cyber World. Reclaiming Children & Youth, 13(4), 224–228. Martin Springer Institute. (2012). Bullying Prevention. Retrieved on 06 November, 2012 from http://www.cal.nau.edu/msi/bullying-prevention.asp Patchin, W and Hinduja, S. (2008). Cyberbullying: An Exploratory Analysis of...
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Cyber attacks
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...culture of preparedness. Government has focused on preparing effective strategies that could help in countering Cyber Terrorism or Cyber Attacks from hackers of nation-states such as Russia and China that have a mission to attain maximum know-how of US information infrastructure. (Anonymous, 2009) The U.S government has also already... Cyber Attacks Cyber attacks have become a potential menace to internal security of United s in today’s era of globalization. Today, USA is heavily dependent on “Information Infrastructure”, this includes information systems, networks, and communication systems. Since information infrastructure is increasingly critical to daily affairs, it has become a growing...
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Argumentation: Research and Support
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...Cyber Culture and the Digital Age With the advent of computer and internet technologies, the modern humans rely heavily on these media for entertainment, education, business as well as interacting with one another through means of social networking. As a result, the concept and processes of communication have undergone tremendous changes in the recent past, especially in terms of the transition from letter correspondence to emails and other technologies used in sending and receiving messages such as texting. Cyber culture can be perceived as a “new cultural model” that emerges from the widespread use of internet, which has changed the “patterns of social relation, self identify... activity,...
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American Popular Culture
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...Cyber culture. 2015. Web. February 21, 2015. Accessed from http://pages.gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/kellner/ed270/VISUALLITcritical.htm Media Literacy Project. Introduction to Media Literacy. 2015.Web. February 21, 2015. Accessed from http... American Popular Culture Before the advent of movies and television, listening to radio and reading novels, magazine and newspapers were the main ways to entertain and pass information to majority of American population. Radio programs such as Buck Rodgers in 25 century of 1932 left the listeners to imagine how the future would look like after various scientific inventions. This radio program provided basis for imagination of fictional characters but lacked visual...
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Critical annotated bibliography consisting of eight academic-level
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...Cyber Culture and the Digital Age Introduction: With the advent of computer and internet technologies, the modern humans rely heavily on these media for entertainment, education, business as well as interacting with one another through means of social networking. As a result, the concept and processes of communication have undergone tremendous changes in the recent past, especially in terms of the transition from letter correspondence to emails and other technologies used in sending and receiving messages such as texting. Cyber culture can be perceived as a “new cultural model” that emerges from the widespread use of internet, which has changed... culture affect the social...
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Compare Fashion in 19th century to contemporary form of popular culture
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...culture This paper seeks to compare fashion in the 19th century to contemporary form of popular culture. More specifically, the paper will examine a form of popular culture in the 19th century and another form of popular culture in the contemporary society. The paper pays interests to the kinds of people who participated in this culture, their socioeconomic and cultural context, material practices involved, spaces needed for culture, and the purpose of the cultures to their participants. This paper compares and contrasts the two popular cultures; literary writing and cyber culture. Popular culture refers to intricate assembly of ideas... Compare Fashion in 19th century to contemporary form of popular...
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Cyber Crime
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...culture of cyber security is necessary for the prevention of cyber crimes. This culture is important as it can address the needs of all countries particularly developing countries, which have emerging and technology structures that are highly vulnerable (Great Britain: Home Office p.9). In order to combat cyber crime it is also necessary for countries to develop international cooperation. This cooperation can be achieved through the engagement of the United Nations, whose system and universal character puts it in a position that can enable it to assume a leading role in activities that ensure the protection and proper functioning of the cyberspace... Introduction Cyber crime is a reference to a...
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CYBER LAW
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...cyber security, it also focuses on creating cyber security culture among the Internet users worldwide. The idea is to emerge with effective and compulsory provisions which would help promote and preserve cyber security while using computers, Internet, and other communication devices.13 Defamation Bill 2012-2013 The purpose of the current Defamation Bill is “to ensure that a fair balance is struck between the right to freedom of expression and the protection of reputation.” It focuses on a number of key areas – 1) the claimant has to provide proof of extensive damage suffered before suing for defamation, 2) there is...
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Cyber Crime
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...Cyber Crime, Cyber Security Awareness and Cyber Incident Reporting Review of Related Literature 2 Introduction Current developments intechnology have made it possible for most countries to improve and expand their communication technologies, allowing for faster as well as easier exchange of data. A good majority of the global population is using the internet and even more are connected to the internet and the communication networks via their phones and other mobile devices. Each day, close to 300 billion electronic mails and about 5 billion phone messages are being sent out (KPMG Klynveld Main Goerdeler, 2011). Majority of the global population has also come to rely on the efficacy... A Review of...
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Communication technology and Westernization
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...cyber culture is breaking the boundaries of ethical parameters in many aspects. Initially, it affects the moral perception of the new generation as they are exposed to uncensored websites. They are likely to be influenced by various misanthropic ideologies and racism (Cliché & Bonilla, 2004, pp.32-33). Education is another notable area that has been affected by internet. In fact, the positive effects of communication technology have opened new opportunities in the field of education and employment. On the other hand, the technology has been widely used for academic misconduct which will have adverse effects on our... Communication Technology and Westernization The rampant...
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Cyber Bullying
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...cyber bullying. According to Hopeline cyber bullying has emerged to be the newest platform on which the youths are increasingly abusing each other (Hopeline 65). The more concerning issue is that there are currently no appropriate techniques that intervene for cyber bullying despite large numbers of kids who access the information technologies. Internet and cell phone communications have... More often than not People acquire deviant identities via the interactive process in which the deviant act to have been the cause producing the negative social response, which elicits the deviant social role, thus culminates in the person adopting of a deviant identity. One of the examples of deviant identity is...
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Information Warfare and Cyber Security
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...cyber warfare at the core of the present worldwide concerns for national security (Libicki, 1995). The Internet, which is the modern source of information, with its widespread global access, various languages and diverse cultural framework, play an important role, especially when assistances from foreign informational processes are required for fighting against cyber terrorism. The traditional form of information warfare like offense and defense mechanisms, spying, ethical liabilities, legal issues, intelligence gathering, managing war propaganda materials have not become obsolete in this modern cyber war... ? Table of Contents 2 1Introduction 3 1Background information on Information warfare 3 2Cyber...
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Information warfare and cyber security
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...cyber warfare at the core of the present worldwide concerns for national security (Libicki, 1995). The Internet, which is the modern source of information, with its widespread global access, various languages and diverse cultural framework, play an important role, especially when assistances from foreign informational processes are required for fighting against cyber terrorism. The traditional form of information warfare like offense and defense mechanisms, spying, ethical liabilities, legal issues, intelligence gathering, managing war propaganda materials have not become obsolete in this modern cyber war... ? Table of Contents 2 1Introduction 3 1Background information on Information warfare 3 2Cyber...
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Cyber bullying or social media bullying
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...cyber bullies mostly apply, finding them into the drag net is something that resilience will reward. Simply put therefore, the society is trying the most viable options at hand, but the options never prove to be adequate for the daunting task of bringing down cyber bullying (Long and Gross, n.p.). Therefore, the best and only solution to cyber bullying is this one; child-parent partnership to exploring and adapting safe ways of using the internet. Culture builds people or people build culture. Either way, culture has an influence on the way of life of a people. Thus, building the culture of responsible use... How to stop Cyber bullying The use of information technology is currently a more popular...
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Cyber Warfare in China
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...Cyber Warfare in China 03 May Cyber Warfare in China “Cyber warfare involves units organized along nation-state boundaries, in offensive and defensive operations, using computers to attack other computers or networks through electronic means”1. Computer networks are connected globally and it is easy for the hackers or trained computer professionals to break all the firewalls and intrude into the websites of other countries to collect secret information. Moreover, it is possible for the computer professionals to destroy or create problems to the critical websites owned by enemy countries. In most of the cyber warfare cases, the intruders get complete support from their mother countries. One... ...
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Cyber -Attacks on America
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...cyber-attacks occur, their impact and ways of preventing them. This is an approach that should be carried out continuously so as to keep the public updated with emerging issues. Key among the teachings during such public awareness programs would be to impart positively behavioral changes when dealing with computer systems. People should be taught the importance of protecting their passwords and avoid sharing or exposing the passwords. They should also be taught to develop the culture of saving their documents in formats that do not allow editing. The public should be made... ? Cyber Attacks on America Introduction The 11 September terrorist attack on the US exposed the vulnerability of the country to...
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Cyber search
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...Cyber Search Cyber Search Apple Inc developed the ever an application built for all hand held devices like ipad, iPod and personal computers. Students use the application to keep track of their notes from the school data base. Ever notes are used in taking notes, capturing of photos and creation of to do list. The application was developed by Apple and it is a free ware and should be downloaded via ITunes. Students have the capabilities to access the school data base and download the notes saving them on their devices for further use. Students can benefit from this application because the teacher monitors the progress of the class work through the...
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Cyber search
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...Cyber Search Cyber search Strategies to support and enhance the communication skills of special needs learners The use of Word Prediction software is a good strategy to apply in the communication skills of learners with disabilities. It is a computer-based technology that can help them communicate more easily using written language. This software, when used together with traditional word processing strategies, lessens the number of keystrokes needed to type words and offer spelling assistance to learners of various disability levels. For instance, in a single application, there may be a list of words that begins with the letter a disabled learner presses...
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Cyber Attacks on Financial and Energy Sector
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...culture of IT security practices. Reference List 1. Cyber Attack. Retrieved from http://www.acus.org/docs/071212_Cyber_Attack_Report.pdf 2. Brian Cashell, William D. Jackson, Mark Jickling, and Baird Webel. 2004. The Economic Impact of Cyber-Attacks. Retrieved from http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/779/govtaffairs/images/CRS_Cyber_Attacks.pdf 3. Michael Freeman, Scott Dynes, Adam Golodner. 2005. The Known Unknowns of Cyber Security and Cyber Terrorism. Retrieved from http... Cyber Attacks on Financial and Energy Sector Introduction No organization in today’s world is immune to cyber attacks, whether they are government, non-government or business. It is not affordable to risk the security and stability...
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Cyber Bullying in Contemporary societies
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...Cyber Bullying: An Old Problem in a New Guise? Australian journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15(01), 68-76. Cassidy, W., Jackson, M., & Brown, K. N. (2009). Sticks and stones can break my bones, but how can pixels hurt me? Students’ experiences with cyber-bullying. School Psychology International, 30(4), 575–612. Keith, S., & Martin, M. E. (2005). Cyber-bullying: Creating a culture of respect in a cyber world. Reclaiming children and youth, 13(4), 224-228.... Cyber Bullying in Contemporary societies Critical review This paper will examine the phenomenon of cyber bullying and focus on the differences of it from the conventional form. In order to do that, the analysis would first provide a brief...
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Cyber Attacks
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...cyber-attacks in perpetration of high-tech crimes, which include terrorism. Cyber-attacks fall under three categories namely, unauthorized intrusion, destructive worms as well as viruses, and denial of service related threats. Unauthorized intrusion entails... Legal and Constitutional Issues in Fight against Terror s] Involvement of laws in recognition of various loopholes that terrorism continues to exploit in perpetrating destructive activities is critical in modern legal regimes. In view of the various legal and constitutional perspectives that terrorism issues continue to occupy, rapid changes in way of life, technology and legal authority to respond determine how countering terrorism progresses. In...
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Cyber Ethics
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...Cyber Ethics Essay The moral issues surrounding the copyright issues and the internet downloading off material copyrighted toindividuals gas been under great debate over a long period of time. The focus of this essay will be centered on the argumentative approaches that support the fact that the ethics regarding to the matters has both its pros and cons when viewed from the educative and economical paradigm. The topics under discussion are the downloading of songs (copyrighted and patented music content) and online published books or e-books. The idea of downloading these materials is considered illegal in the technological environment. On the other hand ethics in the society would argue... ...
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Cyber Security Industry
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...CYBER SECURITY INDUSTRY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Cyber security industry is one of the emerging and evolving industries in the twenty first century as the business community and governmental agencies are commonly practicing the widespread usage of the internet. For the hackers, it has become very easy to break through into others computers and information systems and get access to the confidential and private information that can come under utilization in the negative manner as well. In order to make the information system of the corporation securer and safer, the company by the name of ABC Corporation Ltd. is initiating its business that can provide the...
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Ethics Governing Cyber Laws
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...culture to another and are often not mandated. Ethical behavior consists of "fair and honest behavior" (Concise Oxford English Dictionary, 2006). Those most vulnerable to the temptation of cyber ethics violations are teenagers and young adults who are still developing their ethics. There are many behaviors this group will try out to see how much they can get away with. Many attempt to download music... Ethics Governing Cyber Laws Ethics Governing Cyber Laws Teacher In its infancy the internet was the domain of the U.S. Military and Universities. They used the internet as an avenue to communicate between each other and share information. As the internet grew it became something that everyday people...
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CYBER-PSYCHOLOGY
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...cyber psychology especially with interest with organization behavior. Cyber psychology influence work place culture. Organization culture involves the process of communication, emotional intelligence and employee performance. Marx theories on motivation and maximization of sales within... ?Cyberpsychology Introduction For quite a long time cyber psychology has been a topic of controversy especially in relation toMarxism theories. Karl Marx was a philosopher, economist and a revolutionary and his ancient theories have been conceptualized into the study of cyber psychology. Marx was known to denounce capitalism and was very critical about the dark sides of human and environmental costs (Gordo-Lopez, 2009). ...
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Cyber Terrorism: Comparative Study of Government Strategies to Counter Ideological Extremism and Cyber Networking in the U.K. an
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...cyber warfare at the core of the present worldwide concerns for national security (Libicki, 1995). The Internet, which is the modern source of information, with its widespread global access, various languages and diverse cultural framework, play an important role, especially when assistances from foreign informational processes are required for fighting against cyber terrorism. The traditional form of information warfare like offense and defence mechanisms, spying, ethical liabilities, legal issues, intelligence gathering, managing war... ? Cyber Terrorism: Comparative Study of Government Strategies to Counter Ideological Extremism and Cyber Networking in the U.K. and Saudi Arabia OmarM. Alkahtani...
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Cyber Essay-Strategies
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...culture and the overall ease to link to emerging technologies and operating systems (Sosinsky, 2011). It has also enhanced cyber security, increased mission or the set enterprise goal’s effectiveness and the overall reduction of costs of maintenance and operations as it maintains operational efficiencies. This has been achieved through the use of effective pricing models, leveraging on availability and mitigation of redundancy, enabling data to be captured, processed and stored almost simultaneously and its customization that allows creation and exploitation of massive large data sets. Weaknesses of cloud computing strategy The strategy fails to provide real time continuous... Cyber Essay-Strategies...
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Cyberculture and Cybersexuality
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...cyber sexual sphere gives a lot of space for people to feel themselves absolutely free in expressing their sexuality. "What, then, of 'cyber culture' Setting up a distinction between cyberspace and cyber culture is a false dichotomy, I think: cyberspace is always cyber culture in that we cannot separate cyberspace from its cultural contexts" (Bell, 2001:8). In the sphere of sexuality the exception of reality generates peculiar new cyber sexuality where our bodies released from material environment join together in a virtual space. In strict sense... Introduction Last decades of the twentieth century are marked by the events which scientifically transformed modern social and cultural reality. As a...
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Cyberterrorism, Cyber terrorists and their methods to launch an attack
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...cyber terrorism however the extend of some elements of cyber terrorism are extended .The disparity in international law and culture may however be the hindrance to the use of these mitigation techniques (Whitelaw, 1998) . These techniques according to (Verton, 2003) include; Deterrence Through the Government initiative by use of force and other alternatives the cost of cyber terrorism can be made too high through punishment and impose of tax and levies on activities that have been identified to promote and encourage cyber terrorisms and associated crimes. This reduces the number of people indulging in such practices thus... ? CYBER TERRORISM NUMBER: LECTURER: CYBER TERRORISM Cyber terrorism also known as ...
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Is Cyber Love a Degraded Form of Real Life Love
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...Cyber Love' a Degraded Form of 'Real Life' Love? Cyber love can be known as the online relationships. It is the digital dating which happens in the digital world. Cyber love is a relationship that is built through online contacts, i.e. through MSN, Friendster, Facebook, Yahoo! and other social networking sites. Cyber dating is a fresh term in today’s world as it has been invented in the last decade. Cyber love can be identified as when a boy and a girl meet in a chatting room, and after a few interactions they find out that they have so much in common. After chatting for several days, they realise that...
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Building a Cyber Security Pipeline to Attract, Train, and Retain Women
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...cyber security sector will boast of an intelligent and innovative women workforce drawn from several groups without discrimination on race, religion, culture, or age. References Bagchi-Sen, Sharmistha et al. (2010). Women In Cybersecurity: A Study Of Career Advancement. IT Prof. (12)1, 24-31. Burley, D. L., Eisenberg, J., & Goodman, S. E. (2014). Would cybersecurity professionalization help address the cybersecurity crisis?. Communications of the ACM, 57(2), 24-27. Dodge, R., Toregas, C., & Hoffman, L. J. (2012). Cybersecurity Workforce Development... Recruitment Strategies Adults Cyber security jobs vacancies are quite difficult to fill, as there are more than one million unfilled positions in...
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Cyber Security in Business Organizations
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...Cyber Security in Business Organizations Cyber Security in Business Organizations Information security is a growing challenge among organizations that have implemented information systems. With the incorporation of information technology into organizational operations, corporations have become vulnerable to a plethora of information security risks. Failure of information systems can cost organizations heavily in the form of declining consumer trust, monetary losses, and deteriorating shareholder confidence. Johnson and Goetz (2007) describe security risk management as a balance between “maintaining security” and keeping the business going. Information...
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My Cyber Identity-Blog
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...culture; it has given the people a new platform, a new tool or a web based diary commonly known as blogs (abbreviated form of weblogs) that contains online personal journal with reflections, comments and hyperlinks provided by the writer (Herring et al, 2005). A blog according to Yahoo is basically a non-commercial website that contains dated log format with links to other websites (Johnson, 2007). Edelson (2005) describes it in simple words as "just" a browser interface to web site publishing. Blogs... Information technology has changed the way people interact or exchange information, the way they communicate and they way they share photos and videos. Information technology has influenced the American...
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E-Commerce Cyber Marketing Strategies
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...cyber world provides an array of benefits, but it also has numerous drawbacks, including language and cultural barriers... ? E-commerce Cyber Marketing Strategies Introduction Over the past few years, the advancement and popularity of computing has becomephenomenon, with emphasis on the internet. Consequently, this has had an impact on the contemporary business, organization, and society in general. To remain competitive in their market niches, business organization need to able and ready to adapt to the consistently changing technological world, harnessing these technological tools and techniques to harness competitive advantage. Internet has become of the most phenomenon technological factor to most...
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Cyber Bulling and Its Discontent
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...Cyber Bullying and Its Discontents Introduction Online bullying is affecting innocent internet users who do not know how to handle the situations. This has led to cases of suicide or engages in anti-social habits of the affected individuals. The teenagers and young people are the vulnerable groups targeted by the bullies because of their innocence to share information with unknown persons. For instance, aspects such as race, class, sexuality or religion, which do have the ‘stigmatized identities” as observed by Andrew Solomon in the TED show. Although virtual bullying is on the increase because of lack of legislative policies, several methods, such as prevention and...
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Cyber-crime: Its History, Types, Methods and the Effects on Networks and Users
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...culture/lifestyle/news/2006/03/70386> “Benin: US Internet Scam Victim Freed by Police.” 2012. BBC News Africa. 23 Sept. 2012. Cornish, Jean-Jacques. “Dutchman kidnapped in South African on internet scam.” 2011. RFI English. 27 Sept. 2012. Crees, Alex. “14-year-old’s suicide puts spotlight on online bullying dangers.” 2012. Fox News. 24 Sept. 2012. “Cyber Crime…and Punishment? 2000. McConnell... ? Cyber-Crimes: Types, Methods, and the Effects to Networks and Users Since the Internet began in 1989, it has enabled the advancement of commerce, communication, convenience, and has improved the quality of life for millions of people. With all the great things that have evolved there has also been an unfortunate opportunity for criminal...
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Cyber crime Laws and The Financial analysis applications Use In Saudi Arabia
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...culture, counting technology, and law. In the course of 2007, the Saudi Arabian regime introduced the anticrime act. The government proposed the following computer crimes along with Sanctions. Type of Crime Penalty Credit Card Fraud and Spoofing SR 20,00,000 or 3Years or both Website Defacement, Hacking and Net Extortion SR 5,00,00 or 1Year or both Illegal Trade, Virus Dissemination and Pornography SR 30,00,000 or 5 Years or both Denial of Service, Software Piracy and Data Diddling SR 30,00,000 or 4Years or both Cyber Terrorism SR 50,00,000 or 10 Years or both It has been noted... Cyber crime Laws and The Financial analysis applications Use In Saudi Arabia. Legislation is the moral fiber of all...
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From vision to virtual to real: how real is cyber-architecture
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...cyber architecture. (Jakobsson) asserts that cyber ethnographic and net culture research has pretty much exploded on to the scene of the cyber architecture and indeed the world of virtuality. This was not present in the yesteryears but with the passage of time, has increased to tremendous limits. (Jakobsson) has thus detailed us about the design theories, limitations, and practices, etc. concerning the shift from an architectural stance to one of an ‘interacture’ one. He has been... From Vision to Virtual to Real how Real is Cyber Architecture? College Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Virtual World and the Usage of Computers 5 The Vision 6 Virtual Cinema and Digital Age 10 Human Computer Interaction...
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Childhood Obesity on the rise
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...culture has wiped out the habit of children venturing out to open grounds to sweat themselves playing games. The cyber culture where the dream imaginations are virtualized to create... Child Obesity On the raise A study, published in the International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, says that by about half of the kids in North and South America will be overweight. Obesity, once an epidemic commonly found in adults due to the improper life styles led by them has now reached the pre-mature age group of children below 10 years. The epidemic is rapidly expanding its effect to many countries. The root cause of this outbreak is the social change in the life styles adopted by the people around the world. The epi...
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Digital culture
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...Culture s Question A Out of the presentations done, there are many observations that clearly emerged and were d. The fact that our society has adopted a digital culture, there are many things that have changed out of that and even more, digital culture has already made an impact in our society. As a result of this, many people now are Smaking permanent decisions some of which are based on temporary conditions whereas others are based on permanent conditions. When these conditions created by the digital culture change they then start to realize that they caused more damage to their lives than the conditions did, like it was in the case of cyber bullying. They realize that they have become... ? Digital...
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Interactive Multimedia
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...culture and cyber culture. The cases involved include video games, interactive television and advertising, video games and algorithmic art. The most distinct... assignment is due: Interactive Multimedia Multimedia environment is used to construct a presentation system by the introduction of interaction features. Interactive multimedia addresses how the innovation in the computer world impacts positively on various areas including the education system and in the entertainment scene (Roca and Rousseau 242). It uses the content type that includes audio, text, images, video and animation. It involves the ideas of interactivity, interaction design, the interaction between people and computers, digital...
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Cyber Security
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...Cyber Security al Affiliation Cyber Security Cyber security is emerging global challenge that has seen some s such as North Korea and China implicated in cyber-attacks. Cyber-attack is possible because of cyberspace, a situation where all computers globally are connected to the Internet. Cyberspace comprises of computers, mobile phones and computer network. A state cyberspace, for example, is a global cyberspace because Cyberspace has no borders. Computer networks make a nation cyberspace a global cyberspace. An individual in one side of the world can access information on the other side of the world. This...
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Cyber War
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...Cyber War What will be more devastating to civilians, cyber war or traditional war? Civilians for a long time have been affected by war taking place in different parts of the world. However, civilians are less likely to be affected by cyber war as compared to traditional war. This is because cyber war cause temporary damage as compared to traditional war whose harm is usually permanent (Gartzke, 2012). With time, cyber attacks are neutralized by the affected entity. Cyber attacks can only cause irreparable damage if it is supplemented by physical intervention (Gartzke, 2012). This means...
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CYBER ATTACK
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...Cyber Attack Conventional computer security has its base on the taxonomy of security threats such as confidentiality, availability, theft and integrity (Amoroso 4). In the recent past, a new occurrence in the technologically interconnected world related to computer security called cyber attack emerged. Cyber attack refers to the use of computers and the internet to carry out warfare in cyberspace (Schiller 5). Most of people’s daily activities often rely on technological inventions and advancement made up of complex computer networks which form the cyberspace. In the modern society, cyberspace technology, “instrument of power,” has become...
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Cyber Security
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...cyber attack such as security breaches, spear phishing and social media fraud. With all its advantages, increased connectivity means increased risk incidences involving theft, abuse and fraud. Ensuring cyber security is the role of every individual as it’s everyone’s duty to ensure it is safer, more secure and resilient (Marshall, 67). Cyber security refers to the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access... Insert Introduction The world today is more interconnected than ever before. As many people become more dependent on modern technology, there has equally been an emergence of vulnerability to...
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Cyber crime
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...cyber-attacks cost PayPal ?3.5m, court told Perhaps if there is a group that is infamously notorious in committing cyber crime, it would be the group Anonymous. Recently, one of the group’s leaders hit the news with the arrest and prosecution of one of its leader, Christopher Weatherhead, 22, a student at Northampton University who is now undergoing a trial at Suthwark crown court for attacking the PayPal which allegedly cost the company more than ?3.5m. The article involved Weatherhead and his three co-conspirators, Ashley Rhodes, 28, of south London, Peter Gibson, 24, of Hartlepool, and an 18-year-old from Chester where they carried out an online... ? Article on Cybercrime for analysis: Anonymous...
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Cyber crime
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...cyber-attacks cost PayPal £3.5m, court told Perhaps if there is a group that is infamously notorious in committing cyber crime, it would be the group Anonymous. Recently, one of the group’s leaders hit the news with the arrest and prosecution of one of its leader, Christopher Weatherhead, 22, a student at Northampton University who is now undergoing a trial at Suthwark crown court for attacking the PayPal which allegedly cost the company more than £3.5m. The article involved Weatherhead and his three co-conspirators, Ashley Rhodes, 28, of south London, Peter Gibson, 24, of Hartlepool, and an 18-year-old from Chester where they carried out an online... Article on Cybercrime for analysis: Anonymous...
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