SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussions Latest



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SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussions Latest

SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussions Latest



SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 1 Latest

Personal Data (graded)

Phishing attacks use both social engineering and technical deceptions to steal personal identity data and financial account identification. Social engineering schemes use “spoofed” e-mails to lead consumers to fake websites designed to trick the addressee into revealing financial data, such as credit card numbers, account usernames, passwords, and social security numbers. Hijacking the names of banks, e-tailers, and credit card companies, phishers often convince naive recipients to respond. Technical deception schemes plant worms and viruses onto PCs to steal identification directly, often using Trojan key logger spyware. Pharming crime ware diverts users to counterfeit sites or proxy servers, characteristically from DNS hijacking or poisoning.

Consider legitimate and illegitimate uses of a person’s confidential information. What are some of the uses that could make this information valuable to legitimate and illegitimate businesses?

SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussion 2 Latest

Healthcare Information Risks (graded)

As hospitals get ready for comprehensive information automation, healthcare organizations consider how new systems and software can be protected from intrusions and illegal information access. Understanding these situations can help direct future IT spending decisions, as well as make certain that hospital organizations do not face expensive fines or lawsuits.

Think of how data are typically used in a hospital. Consider the number of employees and the uses of confidential information in a hospital. What are some of the ways that data could be compromised in such an environment?

SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussions Latest

SEC 440 DeVry Week 7 Discussions Latest



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