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ELECTRONIC SAFEGUARDS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD Trends in Technology Kevin Nguyen July 13, 2010 More and more people are using computers and the internet for a wide variety of reasons, both personal and professional. Most of the technology requires the use of passwords, user names, pin numbers and miscellaneous other important codes to access their accounts. Unfortunately at times it seems as if the number of codes that necessary is increasing in geometric proportions. The problem is how to maintain accurate records of these various security codes and still preserve a secure environment, technologically speaking. SECURITY CODE OVERLOAD People need 1 or sometimes 2 security codes just to log on to their computers. Several more are needed to access web sites, trade stocks, and shop and bank online, just to name a few activities. In addition most people need to remember codes for their home phones, work phones, cell phones, and voice mail. Banks require codes to withdraw money and use credit cards and
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course OA 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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