Justifying The Need for Sound Information Security in Any Organisation 2 Linking Business Objectives with Security 3 Incident Response Management and Disaster Recovery 4 Mobile Device Security Managment 5 Biometric Security Devices and Their Use 6 Ethical Issues in Information Security Management 7 Security Training and Education 7 Defending Against Internet-Based Attacks 8 Industrial Espionage and Business Intelligence Gathering 9 Personnel Issues in Information Security 9 Physical Security Issues
Learning Objectives 17.1 Perspectives on IT Impacts 17.2 IT Is Eliminating the Barriers of Time, After studying this chapter, you will be able to: Space, and Distance Understand the changes that take place in the workplace and the lives of individuals when information technology eliminates geographical and spatial barriers. Describe some of the major impacts of information technology on individuals, organizations, and society.
examples. If not, why not? Most organizations produce information only if its value exceeds its cost. However, there are two situations where information may be produced even if its cost exceeds its value. a. It is often difficult to estimate accurately the value of information and the cost of producing it. Therefore, organizations may produce information that they expect will