CHAPTER 3 Ethics, Privacy and Information Security CHAPTER OUTLINE 3.1 Ethical Issues 3.2 Threats to Information Security 3.3 Protecting Information Resources Ethical Issues Ethics Code of Ethics Fundamental Tenets of Ethics Responsibility Accept consequences of actions
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Ethics, Privacy and Information Security
3.1 Ethical Issues
3.2 Threats to Information Security
3.3 Protecting Information Resources
How much privacy do we have left?
(1) The right of privacy is not absolute. Your privacy must be balanced against the needs of society.
(2) The public’s right to know is superior to the individual’s right of privacy.
Anyone can post derogatory information about you anonymously.
(See this Washington Post article.)
You can also hurt yourself, as this article shows [35% of employers do Google searchers and 23% search on social networks]
First, be careful what information you post on social networking sites.
Second, a company, ReputationDefender, says it can remove derogatory information from the Web.
Human resources and MIS
Remember, these employees hold ALL the information
Deliberate Acts (continued)(continued)
Can you be Phished?
Video of an experimental SCADA attack
that was successful
There is always risk!