I recently implemented controls for the flight log of the Moose Wings Cooperative Flight Club and I wanted to take the time to explain what these controls are and how they prevent and detect input errors. The first controls that I implemented pertain to the “Member #” attribute. The first control I implemented on this attribute was a field check. The field check prevents a user from inputting a member number that contains non-numeric characters and can detect if any member number values contain non-numeric characters as well. The second control I implemented on the member number attribute was a range check. The range check allows users to only enter numbers between 0001 and 1368 which represents the number of members in the club and allows users to detect an invalid member number outside this range. The next control that I implemented pertained to the “Flight Date” attribute. I implemented a limit check to prevent a user from inputting a date that was not equal to 09/01/10. If someone previously had entered in another date, the limit check would be able to detect the erroneous date. (Entry #1) For the “Plane Used” attribute, I decided to implement a validity check. The validity check confirms that the plane codes entered in are actually valid codes used by the club. This prevents users from inputting codes that do not exist and detects any inputted codes that do not match any of the actual plane codes. For the “Takeoff Time” and “Landing Time” data fields, I implemented limit checks. I did this by using landing times as the fixed values to be tested against the takeoff times and vice versa. For the takeoff time attribute, I made the control so that the takeoff times had to be earlier than the landing times. Meanwhile, for the landing time attribute, I made the control so that the landing times had to be later than the takeoff times. These controls work together to detect any errors in the takeoff or landing times and prevent the input of flight times that
dependent on networks for business, the management of company’s information online has developed into an issue to be concerned. AIS, which is short for Accounting Information System, is not merely related to accounting information management as the business develops around the world. In the various explanations of AIS in the Lecture 1, p12130 Accounting Information System, presented at the University of Nottingham Ningbo by Trevor Bayley, Vaassen (2002) defined AIS as provides information for decision-making….
Laws- are rules that mandate or prohibit certain behavior they are drawn from ethics.
The key differences between laws and ethics are that laws carry the authority of a governing body, and ethics do not.
Ethics – define socially acceptable behaviors.
Liability- is the legal obligation of an entity that extends beyond criminal or contract law; it includes the legal obligation to make restitution.
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Michael Nhan SE578-Practices for Administration of Physical & Operations Security Prof: Rodney Smith How do Administrative, Technical, and Physical Controls introduce a false sense of security? According to research and studies, the leading broadband providers have accumulated a total of over 17.4 million high-speed Internet subscribers in the US” This means that in the United States alone there are more than 17 million computers with fast connections most of which are connected to the Internet….
A Reference Security Management Plan
for Energy Infrastructure
Prepared by the Harnser Group for the European Commission
Under Contract TREN/C1/185/2009
A Reference Security Management Plan for Energy Infrastructure
The European Union is developing its policy on critical energy
infrastructures in relation to the European Programme for Critical
Infrastructure Protection (“EPCIP”) which considers measures that
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surface with what hardening steps and network security management best practices, (100) 2) ensure secure authentication, authorization, and accounting, (100) and 3) prevent or respond to intrusions. (100)
There are many ways to tighten up security when it comes to network security, but the most important part of the security in the actual user. If the user is not trained on the system and does not know ones regulations of the company then security is out the door. First and for most, the personal….
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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
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comparing private security to public law enforcement there are both many similarities and differences. Private security is paid by a private company or agency, whereas public policing is paid by government salaries and taxpayers. Public police officers have the authority to enforce laws and protect and serve society. Private security officers are paid to protect private property and personnel. Most of the duties that public policing and private security officers perform are. “Private security and public….
Defining National Security VS Personal Privacy is a matter of looking at the basic nature of each. From research collected there is a consensus that we need balance. Too much of one hurts the other and vise versa. There are a couple of articles that range from Civil Liberties to the birth of public right to know that support the overall claim. Talks about the effects of censorship in different situations like war and peace will help prove that a balance needs to be forged. The problem here….
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1. Security, definition and nature, comprehensive security
2. Introduction to strategic studies, definition, nature and scope of strategic studies
3. Development of modern strategies and its various dimensions
4. The phenomena of war
5. Military alliances in IR
6. Deterrence, conceptual analysis
7. Nuclear deterrence (Nuclear Doctrine)
8. Problems of Disarmament and arms control
9. Nuclear proliferation and nuclear strategies (Nuclear Doctrine)
10. Defense and policy of Pakistan….