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The ITS Event 2004 Viruses, Worms, and Hackers: Protect Your Personal Computer

The ITS Event 2004 Viruses, Worms, and Hackers: Protect Your Personal Computer

The ITS Event 2004 Viruses, Worms, and Hackers: Protect Your Personal Computer Laurie Walters lwalters@psu.edu Security Operations and Services ITS@PennState Presentation Available At: http://sos.its.psu.edu Look in the left column, under “The ITS Event” For “Securing Your Home Computer ”

By Faraday
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Overview of Computer Security

Overview of Computer Security

Overview of Computer Security City University of Hong Kong Division of Computer Studies Y K Choi What is security? (a general definition) Defined by Ron Kurtus, http://www.school-for-champions.com/security/whatis.htm ,

By jaden
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E- Commerce transactions And Shopping Cart

E- Commerce transactions And Shopping Cart

E- Commerce transactions And Shopping Cart ERDEM OZDEN INBS 510 ANNA STORY APRIL 16, 2002 Online Credit Card Fraud Stats Global online purchases will reach $310 billion in 2005. Online credit card fraud will cost $9 billion in 2001.

By emily
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Teaching Hacker Ethics with a Common Curriculum for “Information Ethics”

Teaching Hacker Ethics with a Common Curriculum for “Information Ethics”

Teaching Hacker Ethics with a Common Curriculum for “Information Ethics” H2K2 Presentation July 12, 2002 Greg Newby gbnewby@ils.unc.edu http://ils.unc.edu/gbnewby Overview of the Session Who is this guy? Why develop some sort of curriculum? Who is the curriculum for? Goals

By johana
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SCSC 455 Computer Security 2010 Spring

SCSC 455 Computer Security 2010 Spring

SCSC 455 Computer Security 2010 Spring. Chapter 1 Overview of Computer Security Dr. Frank Li. Index. Overview security risks in computer systems Privacy in computer security Risk assessment and security policy Security-focused organizations Government’s security and privacy role

By Roberta
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Home Computer Security: How to Make Your Home Machine More Secure

Home Computer Security: How to Make Your Home Machine More Secure

Home Computer Security: How to Make Your Home Machine More Secure. Laurie Walters lwalters@psu.edu Security Operations and Services ITS@PennState. “Just Minutes to the Internet ”.

By mike_john
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Security Awareness

Security Awareness

Security Awareness. Course Objectives. Lesson 1: Are you the weakest link? Lesson 2: Password Security & Safety Lesson 3: Workstation Security Lesson 4: Physical Security Lesson 5: Internet & E-mail Security Lesson 6: Acts. Lesson 1: Are you the Weakest Link?.

By JasminFlorian
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Key terms

Key terms

Key terms. Exposure Vulnerability Attack Threat Control Major assets of computing: Hardware, Software, Data. Attacks, Services and Mechanisms. Security Attack: Any action that compromises the security of information.

By Anita
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Forum IIIB Group 7 Open Access to Personal Information

Forum IIIB Group 7 Open Access to Personal Information

Forum IIIB Group 7 Open Access to Personal Information. Introduction- Steve Ayers Pros- Michelle Peterson Cons- Christie Christman Conclusion- Audrey Clausen. Introduction. Steve Ayers. Every computer should come with a label that reads: WARNING!.

By oshin
(187 views)

Malware: Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses, & Spyware What They Are & How to Deal with Them

Malware: Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses, & Spyware What They Are & How to Deal with Them

Malware: Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses, & Spyware What They Are & How to Deal with Them. Jay Stamps, jstamps@stanford.edu , 723-0018 ITSS Help Desk Level 1 Training, November 18, 2004. Course Objectives. Understand what malware is, where it comes from, and what it does

By milos
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Introduction to z/OS Security Lesson 1 – Security Concepts Confidentiality – Integrity – Availability

Introduction to z/OS Security Lesson 1 – Security Concepts Confidentiality – Integrity – Availability

Introduction to z/OS Security Lesson 1 – Security Concepts Confidentiality – Integrity – Availability. Information systems security is the ability to provide the services required by the user community while simultaneously preventing unauthorized use of system resources. Objectives.

By rollin
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Security, Privacy, and Ethical Issues in Information Systems and the Internet

Security, Privacy, and Ethical Issues in Information Systems and the Internet

Security, Privacy, and Ethical Issues in Information Systems and the Internet. Chapter 14. Social Issues in Information Systems. Computer Waste Cyber Crime Privacy Issues Ethical Issues Health Concerns Patent & Copyright Issues. Computer Waste.

By gomer
(929 views)

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Forthcoming Cyber Security Rule: Application to Emergency Preparedness Systems at Nu

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Forthcoming Cyber Security Rule: Application to Emergency Preparedness Systems at Nu

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Forthcoming Cyber Security Rule: Application to Emergency Preparedness Systems at Nuclear Facilities. Prepared by: Cliff Glantz, Phil Craig, and Guy Landine Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland, WA. Overview of cyber security

By stevie
(241 views)

Computer Concepts - Illustrated Introductory, Seventh Edition

Computer Concepts - Illustrated Introductory, Seventh Edition

Computer Concepts - Illustrated Introductory, Seventh Edition. UNIT F: Data Security. Objectives. Know what can go wrong Protect computer systems Understand authentication Explore security threats and malware Avoid security threats and malware. Objectives.

By gwyn
(374 views)

Business Continuity The New Frontier

Business Continuity The New Frontier

High Availability Services. Business Continuity The New Frontier. Michael Bennett, NSD and Co-Founder BlueBridge Networks. Who is BlueBridge?.

By elam
(82 views)

Disaster Preparedness

Disaster Preparedness

Disaster Preparedness. Managing Crisis Through Planning. Iwatsu Overview. Iwatsu Electric 75 years making communications systems Iwatsu Voice Networks local application software development Enterprise Communications Server (ECS) 1024 port CPE QuadFusion Technology SIP,H.323.,TDM,VOIP

By marina
(143 views)

Teaching Hacker Ethics with a Common Curriculum for “Information Ethics”

Teaching Hacker Ethics with a Common Curriculum for “Information Ethics”

Teaching Hacker Ethics with a Common Curriculum for “Information Ethics”. H2K2 Presentation July 12, 2002 Greg Newby gbnewby@ils.unc.edu http://ils.unc.edu/gbnewby. Overview of the Session. Who is this guy? Why develop some sort of curriculum? Who is the curriculum for? Goals

By maine
(169 views)

Hacker Ethics

Hacker Ethics

Hacker Ethics. Kim Bissett Sabrina Short. Hacker Ethic: In General. Freedom of Information The web is not physical; it couldn’t be interpreted as property, so it can be accessed by the public Security/Privacy

By daw
(146 views)

The CoDeeN Content Distribution Network

The CoDeeN Content Distribution Network

The CoDeeN Content Distribution Network. Vivek S. Pai, Limin Wang, KyoungSoo Park, Ruoming Pang, Larry Peterson Princeton University August 12, 2003. Content Distribution Networks. Replicates Web content broadly Redirects clients to “best” copy Load, locality, proximity

By taylor
(113 views)

Technology In Action

Technology In Action

Technology In Action. Midterm Exam Study Guide. The Exam Sample Exam Questions Review Lab Exercises 3 and 4 Technology in Focuses 3 and 4 Sound-bytes 6 to 10 Chapters 6 to 10. The Midterm Exam. When Thursday, April 3, 2008 5:30 – 6:45pm MSB 115 15 % of your final grade Covers

By kenley
(290 views)

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