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a. What steps should a company take to protect its proprietary information while balancing employee privacy? b. Is it ethical for employees to give information about a company’s unethical or illegal practices to an outside third party, such as a newspaper or government agency? Why or why not? Under what circumstances, if any, could such information be given to an outside third party? c. Describe a proprietary information issue with an organization with which you are familiar. How was the issue addressed? What proprietary information policies and practices discussed in this workshop could have been applied to help resolve this issue? Companies should use top of the line cybersecurity programs to protect their servers from an attack. “By giving managers high-quality, timely, relevant, and relatively complete information, properly implemented IT can improve managers’ ability to coordinate and control the organization and to make effective decisions” (Jones & George, 2016 p324). It is better
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