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  • The Importance Of Designing A Computer Network

    With a government network, accessibility is determined on several different levels. For most military and government workers all that is needed is a commitment to the government through membership in the military or employment with the government. For some members needing access to Secret or higher information a background check is conducted to determine eligibility for clearance. Once eligibility is positively determined the member is issued a separate CAC that allows access to what is called a “Red” line system. To shed light on government access control, a green line allows access to the internet we all see unless restricted by security managers, a red line allows access to secret and higher information. These “lines” are networked to different computers so that information cannot easily be moved from one system to another. There are many nuances that can be covered regarding these different systems…

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  • Hrm 531 Week 6 Personal Security Plan

    of the company. The first thing I noticed about this location it that it is downtown. This indicates that a lot of individuals will have access to the building, as well as data in the building. Furthermore, the location of this building could indicate that it would be more susceptible to other structure fire around that location. In more cases that one, when a fire occurs around closely grouped building other buildings with also catch fire. Something else I noticed about business is that the…

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  • Child Development Center Observation

    The Child Development Center is a gated area. Not only does a fence surround the whole building, in order to get into the building it is necessary to press a call button or present an ID badge. Someone on the inside of the building has to grant access to any visitors. However, this method is not bulletproof. Because you only need to push a call button to enter, anyone could easily push the button and be followed in by someone else or people who are granted access could hold the door open for…

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  • Chain Systems, Inc.: Case Study

    Industry, CA 91746 which had been there since 2009; operating as an independent IT distributor. She does not know why Mr. Thong Chen moved from the previous address and did not believe there were any specific reasons as to the move. Ms. Chan claimed when the business operated from their previous address; they had a similar break-in which occurred on 5/3/2015, where the thieves broke in the front office by smashing in the front door with their vehicle. She stated the thieves stole various IT…

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  • Theme Of Sin And Repentance In The Scarlet Letter

    In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s, The Scarlet Letter, sin and repentance are recurring topics, depicted in the novel’s three main characters. Each can be accused of immorality, and each suffers differently as a result of their offenses, however, only one individual clearly repents of his sins. Throughout Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, the theme of sin and repentance is apparent in the characters of Hester Prynne, Roger Chillingworth, and Arthur Dimmesdale. During the entirety of the novel,…

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  • Punishment In The Scarlet Letter Essay

    The justification behind the concept of punishment takes many different forms. In Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, the primary rationale behind the Puritans’ punishment of Hester Prynne, the accused adulteress, is retributive, in proportional to the nature of the transgression. The Puritans intend their punishment of ostracism and forced visibility of the letter “A” to match Hester’s crime of adultery by shaming her with a sense of damnation. However, ironically this punishment brings an…

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  • Scarlet Letter Rhetorical Analysis Essay

    The Scarlet Letter, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne displays how one sin can ruin the lives of many. His purpose is to show how holding in a sin and not being truthful can haunt you and lead to your end. Hawthorne uses several rhetorical device to convey this message, including: antithesis, anaphora, and metaphor. Throughout the text, antithesis is commonly used, especially comparing life and death. For example, Dimmesdale states “Many, many poor soul hath given its confidence to me, not only…

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  • The Sin Of Puritan Society In The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne

    In a society that was intolerant, simplistic and religious, there was a woman who had violated one of the major beliefs in which the town’s members believed in. Hester Prynne committed the sin of adultery with the minister of the town and had a child while still being married to her long, lost husband. As a punishment of this sin, Hester has to stand in front of the whole town on a scaffold while holding her baby, Pearl, as described in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, The Scarlet Letter. Hawthorne…

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  • The Symbol Of Sin In The Scarlett Letter By Nathaniel Hawthorne

    In the novel , The Scarlet Letter, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the symbol of the letter “A” changes due to feminist ideas from adultery, to able, to angel, and finally to the independence of her daughter. Body 1 Hester was forced to wear a scarlet letter “A” on her chest to show that she had committed adultery. The scarlet letter is a sign of her sin, so that everyone is able to see and judge her for what she did. Women in this town were expected to follow strict rules and be very religious.…

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  • Theme Of Punishment In The Scarlet Letter

    all her superfluous means in charity, on wretches less miserable than herself” (Hawthorne, 77). After being shamed, “she employed in making coarse garments for the poor” (Hawthorne, 77) because Hester believed that “there was an idea of penance in this mode of occupation… devoting so many rude hours to such rude handiwork.” (Hawthorne, 77). Hester chose to show her kindness towards the poor. This is what led to Hester’s justification of herself. Eventually, through her good deeds “it was none…

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