Comprehensive protection plan
- Cyber terrorism.
- Transportation security.
- Network security.
- Right to privacy in the workplace.
- Personal security.
Threats against personal security take many forms: civil unrest, environmental threats, targeted attacks by stalkers or individuals with personal grudges, or terrorism. Though security threats are essentially chaotic, security plans must be comprehensive and based in a thorough understanding of what comprises a threat and what can be done to neutralize threats. This paper will analyze comprehensive protection plans regarding communications, personal security, and transportation. Cyber terrorism is a new technological threat which has come to public attention since the attack of 9/11. Since that time, the United States has centered on this issue because terrorists may move their attention toward cyber terrorism as a "soft" target as security hardens against traditional forms of terror: kidnappings, hijackings, and bombings. Many types of technological infrastructure are susceptible to cyber terrorism. These include transportation, power plants, pipelines, and others that depend on cyber technology.
[...] Gaining information about this problem is an absolute necessity (Husted, 1995). Pre-employment screening is vital to fraud prevention, and the first step begins with the hiring process. The honesty of applicants must be verified. Most people are honest. Many are not honest, however. Rudeqicz states, percent of people will never commit fraud percent will steal at every chance, and 80 percent will respect company policy? (p. 1). The company policy must be clear. It must be enforced. It must also be maintained (Martin, 1998). [...]
[...] Library Journal Comprehensive Protection Plan Formal Paper Grading Form The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. The conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points. Subtotal 8 of of 10 Abstract / intro needs more background and some history to help connect with the reader Conclusion needs to repeat the purpose of the paper and the specific major points covered with some detail 63 of70 Readability and Style 15 Percent Paragraph transitions are present and logical and maintain the flow throughout the paper. [...]
[...] 48). Edward J. Bloustein, a law professor at New York University School of Law has oftentimes been cited for an article he wrote in 1964 (p. 48). In the article, Bloustein posited that necessary vagueness and inability to define the terms used to both identify and describe the basic nature of human values exists. In fact, Bloustein "regarded individual privacy as, in part, a spiritual issue, the invasion of which is an affront to individuality and human dignity" (Sipior & Ward p. [...]