Information Security and Ethics: Social and Organizational Issues

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Marian Quigley
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2005 - Business & Economics - 317 pages
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Information Security and Ethics: Social and Organizational Issues brings together examples of the latest research from a number of international scholars addressing a wide range of issues significant to this important and growing field of study. These issues are relevant to the wider society, as well as to the individual, citizen, educator, student and industry professional. With individual chapters focusing on areas including: web accessibility, the digital divide, youth protection and surveillance, this book provides an invaluable resource for students, scholars and professionals currently working in Information Technology related areas.
 

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Contents

MAMA on the Web Ethical Considerations for Our Networked World
1
Establishing the Human Dimension of the Digital Divide
23
Socioeconomic Influence on Information Technology The Case of California
48
The Ethics of Web Design Ensuring Access for Everyone
73
Web Accessibility for Users with Disabilities A Multifaceted Ethical Analysis
102
Internet Voting Beyond Technology
117
Protection of Minors from Harmful Internet Content
139
Mobile Communities and the Generation that Beeps and Hums
157
Cryptography Deciphering Its Progress
201
A Method of Assessing Information System Security Controls
214
Security Policies in Large Organisations The Development of a Conceptual Framework to Explore Their Impact
238
Metrics Based Security Assessment
261
The Critical Role of Digital Rights Management Processes in the Context of the Digital Media Management Value Chain
289
About the Authors
306
Index
313
Copyright

Insights from Y2K and 911 for Enhancing IT Security
179

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