In 2017, the Insider Threat Epidemic Begins

Author: James Scott

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781798122327

Category: Computers

Page: 74

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Just as American and European critical infrastructure executives were beginning to wrap their minds around the devastation of the Office of Personnel Management breach, ransomware erupted onto the scene, followed by concentrated DDoS attacks such as the Mirai botnet attack on Dyn, which enabled a quantum leap for cyber criminals. Now, all techno-forensic indicators suggest that an under-discussed cyber-kinetic attack vector will ubiquitously permeate all critical infrastructure sectors due to a dearth of layered bleeding-edge military grade cybersecurity solutions. Unless organizations act immediately, in 2017 The Insider Threat Epidemic Begins.In this brief, entitled "In 2017, The Insider Threat Epidemic Begins" ArtOfTheHak offers a comprehensive analysis of the Insider Threat Epidemic, including research on:-Characterizing Insider Threats (the insider threat cyber 'kill chain,' non-malicious insider threats, malicious insider threats)-The Insider Threat Debate-Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines to Combat Insider Threats-Non-Technical Controls-Technical Controls

Introduction to Applied Ethics

Author: Robert L. Holmes

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1350029823

Category: Philosophy

Page: 546

View: 6058


How do you decide what is ethically wrong and right? Few people make moral judgments by taking the theory first. Specifically written with the interests, needs, and experience of students in mind, this textbook approaches thinking ethically as you do in real life – by first encountering practical moral problems and then introducing theory to understand and integrate the issues. Built around engaging case studies from news media, court hearings, famous speeches and philosophical writings, each of the 15 chapters: - explains and defines the moral problem dealt with - provides excerpts of readings on all sides of the issue - analyses the problem, using the relevant theory The examples are recognizable ethical problems, including judgments about racism and sexism, controversial debates such as assisted suicide and the death penalty, and contemporary concerns like privacy and technology, corporate responsibility, and the environment. The mission of the book is to assist you to engage in informed, independent, critical thinking and to enable you to enter into ethical discussions in the classroom and beyond. Supported by learning features, including study questions, key quotes, handy definitions and a companion website, this book is essential for any student of moral philosophy.