IT Ethics Handbook: - 1st Edition

IT Ethics Handbook:

1st Edition

Right and Wrong for IT Professionals

Authors: Stephen Northcutt Cynthia Madden Cynthia Welti
Imprint: Syngress
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Description

The target audience for this book is any IT professional responsible for designing, configuring, deploying or managing information systems. This audience understands that the purpose of ethics in information security is not just morally important; it equals the survival of their business. A perfect example of this is Enron. Enron's ultimate failure due to a glitch in the ethics systems of the business created the most infamous example of an ethics corporate breakdown resulting in disaster. Ethics is no longer a matter of morals anymore when it comes to information security; it is also a matter of success or failure for big business.

Key Features

  • This groundbreaking book takes on the difficult ethical issues that IT professional confront every day.

  • The book provides clear guidelines that can be readily translated into policies and procedures.

  • This is not a text book. Rather, it provides specific guidelines to System Administrators, Security Consultants and Programmers on how to apply ethical standards to day-to-day operations.

Readership

System Administrators, Security Consultants and Programmers

Details

Language:
English
Imprint:
Syngress
eBook ISBN:
9780080478821

About the Author

Stephen Northcutt

Cynthia Madden

Cynthia Welti

Reviews

The target audience for this book is any IT professional responsible for designing, configuring, deploying or managing information systems. This audience understands that the purpose of ethics in information security is not just morally important; it equals the survival of their business. A perfect example of this is Enron. Enron's ultimate failure due to a glitch in the ethics systems of the business created the most infamous example of an ethics corporate breakdown resulting in disaster. Ethics is no longer a matter of morals anymore when it comes to information security; it is also a matter of success or failure for big business.