Course name and Number: ISSC 362 attack and security 1. When you are notified that a user’s workstation or system is acting strangely and log files indicate system compromise, what is the first thing you should do to the workstation or system and why?
5.1 Describe unsafe practices that may affect the wellbeing of individuals 5.2 Explain the actions to take if unsafe practices have been identified 5.3 Describe the action to take if suspected abuse or unsafe practices have been reported but nothing
The procedure to follow • The accused/accusers will be informed of the seriousness of the allegations of misconduct by their manager/supervisor they will also provide any supporting evidence.
Reporting Unethical Behavior: Company X is committed to providing education for each employee to report unethical behavior and resolve conflicts without fear of retaliation. One such example would be the need to report employee theft. Employee theft is not only unethical but could also be criminal in nature. Regardless of employee status (entry level or upper management), each employee should feel it their responsibility to report any unethical behavior they observe. Employee theft can range from theft of money, time, office supplies or merchandise to providing proprietary information to unauthorized entities. These activities can result in a negative public image of Company X and should be reported as quickly as possible. Prior to reporting such offenses, each employee should ensure the accuracy of the evidence they will be reporting. There are various methods to report such abuses including but not limited to an anonymous toll free hot line number, verbal or electronic reporting to the local Human Resources office and the open door policy which encourages employees to approach members of management without the fear of
e Report, for Resource Utilisation, Witness Accuracy and Psychological Methods for Detection and Successful Prosecution.
The following are all types of abuse and their definition. Physical abuse: hitting, slapping, kicking. Sexual abuse: unwanted advances, indecent exposure, harassment of a sexual nature. Emotional/psychological abuse: intimidation, blaming. Financial abuse: misappropriation of monies/funds, not giving correct change. Institutional abuse: where a person is not treated as an individual. Neglect: inadequate care, denial of basic rights Physical Abuse • Injuries that are the shape All employees have a duty of care to report any concerns of abuse they have. These might include evidence or suspicions of bad practice by colleagues and managers (whistleblowing), or abuse by another service user, staff or their family and friends.
What to do if you think an individual is abused ‘If I suspect abuse through noticing a sign of physical abuse or change in the behaviour of an individual, I will make sure that I ask the individual what has happened telling the individual the changes that I have noticed. If it is in my place of work and the name of the person that abused the individual is known, whether staff or another service user, I must also record and report this. I will listen to the individual carefully; it is up to them to tell me, I would not ask them any questions about this as this is not part of my job role and would stay calm.I will make sure that I record what the individual tells me using the individual’s own words. I will make sure that I reassure the individual and explain that their safety is the most important and that it is my duty of care to tell the manager. I will make sure that I let my manager know what has happened immediately and pass
If you work for a company or agency there should be policies and procedures already in place to follow most would state to report to the appropriate person(s), record the facts on appropriate paperwork, listen and do not judge. Always establish what it is that has occurred and report any suspicions to the appropriate manger. Reassure the individual at all times and take every allegation seriously. Always date the paperwork and have it signed by any witnesses (if any). Take photographs of evidence if possible, if it is of the individual gain
15. Describe the action to take if suspected abuse or unsafe practices have been reported but nothing has been done in response (5.5.3) As a care worker I would ask my senior to follow up the report about the issue until action has been taken. If the abuse is reported to
When you're facing sexual assault charges, it's important to: Preserve Physical Evidence: Collect any physical items you have that might relate to the alleged incident or the accuser. This includes any photos or videos, as well as evidence like clothing and other objects they may have touched, including cell phones and computers. As much as possible, you should avoid manipulating these items any further or doing anything that could potentially destroy physical evidence.
Steps: • All available physical evidence is handled competently. Evidence will be recorded and processed correctly and inside the law procedures.
Whistleblowers What is the Whistleblowers Protection Act? The Whistleblowers Protection Act 2001 (“the Act”) supports the Government’s commitment to the principles of open, honest and accountable governance. It is designed to protect the public interest by: • exposing serious public sector wrongdoing; • ensuring public organisations are responsible and accountable; and • protecting whistleblowers from detrimental action and protecting their privacy.
PCAOB new rules Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has implemented new rules to its auditing standards which will provide financial statement users with information about engagement partners and accounting firms that participate in audits of issuers. After the final decision, all public accounting firms will be required to apply the new rule for each issuer audit. According to PCAOB Release No. 2015-008, the three disclosing issues includes:
1.3 Role and importance of human resources Human Resources (HR) is concerned with the issues of managing people in the organisation. The Human Resources department is responsible for many people related issues in an organisation. Under the HR department’s remit are the following roles : • The process of recruiting suitable candidates for the organisation • Identifying and meeting the training needs of existing staff • Ensuring employee welfare and employee relations are positive • Ensure the working environment is safe for employees • Raising awareness of current workplace legislation ________________________________________ 3. Improving transparency & accountability in the government through effective implementation of the Right to Information Act, Ms. Lavanya Singh Mr. Bharat Gupta,2012