Free Essays on Computer Use And Misuse

  1. Misuse of Internet

    * 1. Managing Internet Misuse Inside the Company * 2. It is important to learn how to prevent misuse of your company’s technology resources and how to protect your business from legal liability for employee misuse of e-mail, blogs and the Internet. Managing Internet Misuse Introduction * 3....

  2. Misuse Of Internet Policy Final 20May2015

    Misuse of the Internet Policy Introduction The Company provides access to the information resources of the Internet to support employee success with their job function. The Internet is a tool, provided for employees. The Company expects its employees to use their Internet access primarily to research...

  3. Comparison Between Computer Crime and Computer Misuse Actct and

    COMPARISON BETWEEN COMPUTER CRIME ACT 1997 AND COMPUTER MISUSE ACT 1990 (UK) As the Malaysian society becomes more and more technology-savvy and Internet savvy due to the encouragement by the government and the country’s vision to be a world leading country in computer technology with the Multimedia...

  4. Computer Misuse Act

    article the Computer Misuse Act 1990 was raised. It states that a teenage from Dorset England. Aaron Caffrey aged 19 had apparently sent a virus to another person computer while they were at work at America’s bigger port. The convicted was accused of hacking into the system and sent a virus use cause the...

  5. Issues and Constraints in Relation to the Use of Business Information

    Issues and constraints in relation to the use of business information Legal Issues Data Protection Act 1998 The first legal issue that Strode has to consider is the Data protection Act 1998. Strode College collects and uses data about its staff, students and other individuals who come into contact...

  6. Business Continuity

    impact, duration and costs to the business if it occurs. Electrical/IT/Security Threat 1 - viruses Due to some data being stored on computers there is an added risk of hackers and viruses which can affect this data and possibly compromise the companies’ security and privacy. This can affect...

  7. Desktop End User License Agreement: Opera Software 1995‑2009

    document. If you do not read and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions defined in this document, you are not permitted to keep, install or use the Software or Services in any way whatsoever. END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT 1. DEFINITIONS The following definitions apply to the terms and...

  8. Computer Ethics - Are They Keeping Pace with Technology?

    Computer Ethics – Are they keeping pace with technology? Computer technology is advancing at such a rapid pace that many are concerned that the standards for the ethical development and use of the technology may not keep pace. Given that the field of computer science is relatively new, it follows that...

  9. will

    scenarios that are listed below are some example of everyday problems that might surface as employees. I will assess what solution could be done or to use to resolve the situations. The at will employment is a term used in labor law in which an employee can be fired by an employer for any cause , and...

  10. Substance Use Among College Students

    Self-Control and Substance Use Among College Students The author researched the direct correlation between college students with low self control and substance abuse. The study defined substance abuse as binge drinking, marijuana use, prescription drug use and use of other illicit drug use such as crack, heroin...

  11. Unit 6 (Sd&D) - P5,M1

    mainly used for smaller projects or projects where the requirements are know well. This is also because it is very simple to use and understand, but lacks the stability to use for long/ongoing projects. Having a very linear development lifecycle model had its strengths and weaknesses. Strengths: ...

  12. Ict Legislation

    continue to use ‘mainstream’ UK GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Practice). The state (parliament) attempts to maintain standards and behaviour by enacting legislation to regulate the behaviour of companies and employees. Although specific pieces of legislation, such as The Computer Misuse Act 1990,...

  13. avoiding plagiarism and misuse of source

    AVOIDING PLAGIARISM AND MISUSE OF SOURCES What Is Plagiarism? Plagiarism is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that person.” In college papers, plagiarism generally takes one of the following forms: A. Copying...

  14. Against the Use of Steroids

    Mott Composition Mr. Mommens 1 June 2007 United States must enforce the ban of steroids Thesis: Athletes must get stronger and faster without the use of steroids I. Not healthy II. Dangerous III. Improve your level of play IV. Cheating V. Illegal VI. More for your money ...

  15. Misuse: Computer and Everyday Lives

    The Misuse of Computers By Chan Yu Meng I am sure by now that many of you would have read in the news not too long ago about two lawyers being charged in Court with offences under the Computer Misuse Act (Cap.50A) for unauthorised copying of computer files from their employer's computer systems after...

  16. Studies

    3. Why become computer savvy? Know what computers can do for you Know the limitations of computers Know how computers can harm you Know how to solve computer problems Know when & how to get help Discussion Question: What was your worst computer problem? 4. IT & Your Life: The Future Now Definition:...

  17. Business Privacy

    “Information Privacy and its Management”, 94% of American consumers in 1999 said that they were either “very” or “somewhat” concerned about the possible misuses of their information. Knowing this, many companies have decided to keep their profiling techniques as quiet as possible so as to keep the consumer...

  18. essay

    The modern gadgets are good but if we use it beyond the limit it will cause problems. It has both advantages and disadvantages. The main advantage is that it simplifies our works. Not only that we also get information eg: computer. The disadvantage is that excess use of these gadgets will cause serious...

  19. Biology

    own version of the FOIA. State and Local Regulations In addition to the national and international restrictions placed on organizational use of computer technology, each state or locality may have a number of its own applicable laws and regulations. Information security professionals must therefore...

  20. Internet

    throughout the world today. Since its creation in 1983, the Internet has continued to grow in popularity and use as a commercial and private communications medium. Millions of people throughout the world use the Internet in a variety of ways, ranging from personal conversations to on-line shopping. According...

  21. Protection of Intelectual and Tangible Property

    type of property we can see and touch. Delivery trucks, desks, computers, inventory, and the Building and land in which a business is located are all forms of tangible property. Information technology computer hardware includes computers components input keyboards, output screens or monitors, and...

  22. The Result of Persistent Use of Alcohol

    Definition: Alcoholism is a disease which results in a persistent use of alcohol despite negative consequences. DSM-IV: (the standard for diagnosis in psychiatry and psychology) defines alcohol abuse as repeated use despite recurrent adverse consequences.[3] It further defines alcohol dependence...

  23. Advantage and disadvantage of using computer

    A computer is a general purpose device that can be programmed to carry out a set of arithmetic or logical operations. There are many types of computers that we are using now like personal computers (desktop), mobile computers and mobile devices, game consoles, servers, mainframes, supercomputers, and...

  24. Essays

    documents Copy & paste paper Use this method if you'd prefer to copy and paste your paper into a form. Document is too short. I agree to Brainia.com's Terms and Conditions. ©2015 Brainia.com Terms of Service Privacy Policy LICENCE TO USE THE MULTIMEDIA PRODUCT Please...

  25. Networking

    The growing use of the wireless network has grown as time progress Nevertheless, wireless network security has also become the limelight in organisation. This project aims to create an intrusion detection or intrusion prevention system to provide another security solution for those organizations. This...

  26. Misuse of Email Facilities: Professional Issues

    Introduction The intention of this report is to document and concisely illustrate the issues surrounding the misuse of email facilities provided by MoneyWise Ltd. It will examine the direct threats that any abuse of the email facilities will have on the company. Explain fully the reasons why MoneyWise...

  27. Case

    and legal systems, are all areas where problems and concerns regarding information security may arise. Concepts regarding computer crime, intellectual property, and ethical use of technology appear to vary widely across the world. In a culturally diverse world that has increasingly become smaller through...

  28. ethics

    idea because about two years later she decided to try to use her Government purchase card to conduct widespread theft. Ever cautious, she first conducted a few “test runs” by purchasing items for her personal use on her Government card. The misuse went undetected so the sailor joined with a co-conspirator...

  29. p4 business communications

    Explain the legal and ethical issues in relation to the use of business information (P5) Legal issues are various items of legislation (law) to protect the use of business information. Data protection act 1998 Many business store information about people, whether it’s for potential customers or...

  30. Cyber Crime in the World

    College Computer technology has brought us into an era that is no longer controlled by man but instead is reliant upon computers due to their inconceivable capabilitiesComputer technology has brought us into an era that is no longer run by man but instead is dependent on computers due to their incredible...

  31. Unit 4 Assignment 3

    or business use. Ethical issues are defined rather more narrowly, as situations in which, on moral grounds, persons ought both to do and not to do something. Such a definition implies that issues of conflict and choice are central to moral dilemmas. Computer misuse act: The Computer Misuse Act is designed...

  32. Use and misuse of technology

     English 111 ‘‘Use and misuse of technology in higher education’’ The use of technology in higher education has become a very critical point in Schools, Universities, and many other learning institutions. Teachers, school educators however found it very helpful to increase the...

  33. P5:Research the Legal and Ethical Issues and Constraints in Relation to the Use of Business Information in Organizations

    three main laws which are: • Data Protection Act 1998 • Freedom of Information Act 2000 • The Computer Misuse Act 1990 Data Protection Act 1998-this act is designed to protect customers from unfair use of their personal information. It affects marketing activity for the reason that customers can...

  34. Hacking in Brief

    mainframe computers, like MIT's artificial intelligence lab, become staging grounds for hackers. At first, "hacker" was a positive term for a person with a mastery of computers who could push programs beyond what they were designed to do. Introduction Unlike most computer crime / misuse areas which...

  35. Computer Crime and Misuse

    Computer crime/misuse - What is computer crime? Computer crime is a criminal act that has been committed using a computer has principal tool. It is against the law to have access to unauthorised information unless the owner has given the right to. The most common way of committing computer...

  36. MISUSE OF GOVERNMENT TRAVEL CHARGE CARDS

    4–21. Misuse of Government travel charge cards Members of the Army are provided Government travel charge cards to facilitate official travel and official travelrelated expenses away from the Soldier’s official duty station. Individual accountability for the management of the Government travel charge...

  37. The Execution of Rfid Technology

    arise from the computer software required for the total system efficiently. The bulk of the cost although comes from these three items , associated cost worth of note also result from trying tags, cost of information misinterpretations, and training employees in the appropriate use of the technology...

  38. Pros and Cons of Using Computer

    PROS AND CONS OF COMPUTERS TO PEOPLE INTRODUCTION A computer is a general purpose device that can be programmed to carry out a set of arithmetic or logical operations automatically. Since a sequence of operations can be readily changed, the computer can solve more than one kind of problem. Conventionally...

  39. Computer Misuse Act

    Computer Misuse Act – Jake Barrell Computer misuse act came to force in 1990. The Act Covers This act covers hacking which is when someone illegally gains access to a computer with someone else's username or password which you do not have permission to use being unauthorised access, modify files or...

  40. AUP Template

    APPENDIX A: Acceptable Use Security Policy The following document is a sample Acceptable Use Security Policy using the outline identified in the Security Policy Template. The purpose of this sample document is to aid with the development of your own agency Acceptable Use Security Policy by giving...

  41. Data Protection Act

    Hacking The meaning of hacking is somebody with unauthorised access to data that is held on a computer system. Hacking is an extremely difficult job, and usually it is found by accident. Staff of the company takes out hacking normally, where they have acquired/stolen, passwords, and user id. The...

  42. Computer Education

    THE VALUE OF COMPUTER EDUCATION TODAY Necessity is the mother of revolution. The saying holds true for computers also because computers were invented as a result of a main search for a fast and an accurate calculating device. A few days ago there were only few computers in our country. They were enormous...

  43. Mental Health Issues and Substance Misuse in Adolescents.

    mental health issues and substance misuse in adolescence, in relation to current homelessness in adults.’ Researcher: Nicola Ansell Email: Nicola.ansell@brunel.ac.uk Agreeing to consent to participate in this research will have no impact on your access and right to use the soup kitchen at any time...

  44. Computers and Ethics in the Workplace

    Computers and Ethics in the Workplace Executive Summary This paper discusses issues with ethics that have derived in the workplace as a result of the use of business computers. The definition of computer ethics is simple; they are a set of moral principles that intend to help with the regulation...

  45. Drugs

    future of the country is!So,youths are the blood of the country.But there are a few enemies who are decreasing the numbers of the active youth such as computer games.facebook and televisions.Among those enemies,the biggest and greatest enemies are DRUGS! Nowadays,many youths are involved in...

  46. Computer networks assignment

    undertaken in order to come up with a computer network design that will benefit the company, and help improve the security and safety of the company’s information while also improving communication among the four offices. Task 1 To improve my work I could use some images depicting each and every device...

  47. Productive and Counterproductive Behaviors in the Workplace

    behaviors that do not support the mission or objectives of the organization. In this fashion, we could see actions such as theft, sabotage, harassment, misuse of information, unsafe behaviors, absenteeism, drug or alcohol abuse, gossiping, and a myriad of other behaviors. This type of conduct can have a detrimental...

  48. Bead Bar Network Paper Design

    for your business requires accurate information on your assets. Besides, computers are one of the most valuable resources your company can have. Bead Bar is a company that creates their own beads. The company however still uses paper based forms and has caused some problems, including, lost orders...

  49. Computer Lab Rules & Regulations

    Computer Lab Rules & Regulations Electronic workstations may only be used by current Swinburne University students and staffs. Swinburne identity card must be presented on request. Swinburne computing facilities should only be used for educational, research and administrative purposes of Swinburne...

  50. Risks of Total Surveillance

    art in computer system design is such that any systems resulting from TIA are unlikely to be able to preserve integrity and keep data out of unauthorized hands, whether they are operated by governmental or commercial organizations. Frequent reports of successful hacker breakins, insider misuse of supposedly...

  51. Computer Misuse Act

    Computer Misuse Act 1990 The computer misuse act of 1990 is a law in the UK that makes certain activities illegal, such as hacking into other people’s systems, misusing software, or helping a person gain access to protected files of someone else’s computer. The main goal of the Act was to discourage...

  52. Organizational Policy - Computer Monitoring

    Cynthia Gallo IFSM 304 James Jones October 9, 2011 ORGANIZATIONAL POLICY – COMPUTER MONITORING Introduction An organizational policy as defined by Tutorialspoint.com is a principled adopted by a company or an organization set in place to determine and influence decisions established by senior management...

  53. Information - essay summary

    Ai)Cookies are small files that websites put on your computer hard disk drive when you first visit. Its job is to notify the site when you've returned. Cookies by themselves are not malicious but may be sometimes misuse if when they contain personal data. Cookies may also be termed as pieces of information...

  54. HRM 520 HRM520 Week 1 to 11 discussion Complete Course

    “Most financial analysts use revenue per employee as a gauge on how successful the workforce is. Although an important measure, this metric does not tell the story.” Make sure you justify your position. Suggest the type of information or standardized measurements management could use to prove its workforce...

  55. The Underlying Problem with Internet Abuse in the Workplace

    Experts claim millions of dollars are lost in productivity, computer assets, credibility and customer confidence. Is someone really watching what employees click? The Internet in the workplace causes security risks because of employee misuse, lack of employer policy and inadequate firewall systems. ...

  56. Acceptable Use Policy Template

    APPENDIX A: Acceptable Use Security Policy The following document is a sample Acceptable Use Security Policy using the outline identified in the Security Policy Template. The purpose of this sample document is to aid with the development of your own agency Acceptable Use Security Policy by giving...

  57. Teenager Addicted to Computer Games

    ILAWOD NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ILAWOD CAMALIG ALBAY RESEARCH PAPER (teenager addicted in computer games) Prepared by: Marvin M. Loverez Submitted to: Rosita R. Nasol INTRODUCTION Computer game addiction is the main problem for the parents and the big question mark for the parents...

  58. Should Employees Be Allowed to Use Work Computers for Personal Use?

    Employees Be Allowed to Use Work Computers for Personal Use? Using Work Computers for Personal Use Introduction 1. Briefly discuss topics Body 1. Computers have changed the workplace 2. Importance of computer use policy 3. Disciplinary action for misuse Conclusion ...

  59. miss

    P5 Explain the legal and ethical issues in relation to the use of business information environments Explain the legal and ethical issues in relation to the use of business information environments In your guide: Define ‘Data Protection’, including mention of the relevant Act Explain a minimum...

  60. Nothing really

    considerations Explain in business context Analyze the impact on these in Business activity LEGAL ISSUES Data Protection Act 1998 Many businesses store and use information about people. The Data Protection Act protects information held about people from being misused. The information stored by businesses on...