Ten Point Code of Ethics for Information Technology Professionals By James Malveaux, Jr.
1. Has IT professionals use every precaution to prevent given out any access to passwords, personnel identifications or other sensitive information to can be used in the database systems. The importance of this is to keep sensitive information for getting out to the world. There is a lot of hacker software that can penetrate a company’s network and get into the database that contains sensitive material. The one thing to prevent any of this from happening is to get a good network security system that can pretty much block off any intrusion to the firewall. But it is everyone’s job to prevent their passwords from getting out. Don’t write down your password anywhere that can be visible for anyone to see. Plus when you come up with a password make sure it something that it is not easy to crack. There are many network systems that require you to use certain number of characters to prevent passwords from being compromised. These are just some of the ways that you can prevent unauthorized access to passwords and the benefits of having a secure network system. 2. Has IT professionals we are responsible for the use of computer equipment in inventory. This is very important because every company trusts us to not tamper or steal any computer equipment. The best way to keep an accurate count of equipment is by making up an excel spreadsheet that will contain serial numbers, model numbers etc. All computers should have bar codes so that you can scan the item and add it to the database automatically. Whenever an IT equipment is lost or stolen you can look at your database to determine which equipment it is. Plus if you keep spare equipment in a locked room make sure there is a log to where...
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