Week 5 Day 4 - of the data lost by TXJ the company would...

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The TXJ companies had the lowest level of security available by only using such things as a anti-virus and a Security Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption. This is not enough to prevent hackers from gaining access to the company’s network. Having security, control, and electronic records management are ways to prevent such attacks from happening. Every business that deals with sensitive material should have a full scale security team in place. The company is dealing with clients personal information, such as social security numbers and bank accounts, so the business should take all necessary precautions to protect this information. The leak of any of this data would ultimately be the downfall of any organization. Because
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Unformatted text preview: of the data lost by TXJ the company would never fully be able to regain the trust of its customers, as well as the banks that lend the business money. Having lenders and customers afraid to do business with the company would end up ruining the business. The main moral dimension would have to be accountability and control. The corporation must take responsibility for the situation in order to move forward. Plus system quality would also apply. The company must show that their system was not top of the line, but no show the changes that were made to improve the security of its clients and lenders....
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2010 for the course IT 205 IT 205 taught by Professor Taylor during the Winter '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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