Information Security and Ethics: Social and Organizational Issues

Information Security and Ethics: Social and Organizational Issues

By: Marian Quigley (editor)Hardback

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Information Security and Ethics: Social and Organizational Issues brings together examples of the latest research from a number of international scholars addressing a wide range of issues significant to this important and growing field of study. These issues are relevant to the wider society, as well as to the individual, citizen, educator, student and industry professional. With individual chapters focusing on areas including web accessibility; the digital divide; youth protection and surveillance; Information security; education; ethics in the Information professions and Internet voting; this book provides an invaluable resource for students, scholars and professionals currently working in information Technology related areas.

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Dr Marian Quigley, HDTS (Art and Craft) Melbourne State College, BA Chisholm Inst., PhD, Monash University is Senior Lecturer and Director of Research and Postgraduate Studies in the School of Multimedia Systems, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University, Australia.


Socioeconomic Environment and Technological Change: The Case of California, Safety of Data in Computer Systems: Introduction to the Study of the Cryptography - Methods and Algorithms, Ethics and Students in the Information Professions: A Survey of Beliefs and Issues in Information Ethics Coursework, How Accessible are the 50 Most Visited Web Sites?, Information Security Policies in Large Organisations: Developing a Conceptual Framework to Explore their Impact, Multicast Security: Issues and New Schemes for Key Management, I-Voting: To Have or Not To Have?, Cryptography: What it is and Where are we heading?, The Critical Role of Digital Rights Management Processes in the Context of the Digital Media Management Value Chain, Moving Beyond the Digital Divide: Developing a Psychological Perspective of Digital Inequality, Time Management in Information Security, Mobile Communities and the 'Generation that Beeps and Hums', Protection of Children from Harmful Internet Content: Case Study, An XML-Based Security Protocol for Semi-Autonomous Agents, Towards Powerful, User-Friendly Authentication: The Check-Off Password System (COPS), MAMA on the Web: Ethical Consideration for Our Networked World, Agent Based Intrusion Detection with Soft Evidence, Identifying Security Threats and Mitigating their Impact: Lessons from Y2K and 9/11

Product Details

  • publication date: 31/07/2004
  • ISBN13: 9781591402862
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 350
  • ID: 9781591402862
  • weight: 739
  • ISBN10: 1591402867

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