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    Digital Forensics

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    In preparing for processing the potential crime/incident scene, I would have my digital forensics team to understand and perform the following tasks: identify for potential digital evidence, understand rules of evidence, prepare for the search and seize digital evidence, and to ensure proper storage/chain of evidence processes are properly documented and followed. Computers and digital media are progressively involved in unlawful exercises. The computer maybe contraband, products of the crime, an instrument of the offense, or just a storage that holds evidence of the offense. Investigation of any criminal activity may deliver electronic proof. Digital evidence is any proof store or transmitted in an advanced form. As a lead of my team, it is…

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    Digital Privacy

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    Digital Privacy Without privacy there is no freedom. Conversely, without security there is no country. Imagine a chaotic world where citizens live in constant fear of what could happen to them, because of the lack of safety in their country. Terrorism has especially been an issue in America, and with the growing number of threats, it is impossible to tell when or where domestic attacks may occur. The government should have every right to access digital information of their citizens, to maintain…

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    technology in your daily life has different effects on individuals. It is perceived that there is a clear divide between the use of technology between digital natives and digital settlers. There are gray areas of that notion and many unique situations that contrast with that idea. In reality there is a difference between digital natives and settler at this time in regards to technology. A Digital Native is defined as, “They all have access to networked digital technologies. And they all have…

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    DIMENSION SEVEN: THE RELATION OF THE OLD TO THE NEW Defining change and a digital workplace Change is inevitable. Change is significantly apparent in ‘New learning’ or ‘21st learning’ as there is a substantial amount of research contributing to the idea of transforming learning environments, in turn, changing ‘classroom’ or ‘learning space’ dynamics. Change can be relative. Cuban (1993) explains that for some teachers substituting textbooks, deciding to implement technology such as computers…

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    Digital Supply Chain https://www.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=http://www.itbusinessedge.com/imagesvr_ce/2707/AribaDigitalSupplyChain01.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/how-to-build-business-value-with-a-digital-supply-chain.html&h=353&w=520&tbnid=yf44XYnA5Lmd2M:&docid=7Fkm-D6ZnbNoiM&ei=slZqVq2xOYute7OSsKgD&tbm=isch&ved=0ahUKEwit0q_LgdPJAhWL1h4KHTMJDDUQMwhZKDMwMw “Supply chain digitization means moving all aspects of a supply chain online, including procurement, invoicing,…

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    need for digital literacy has fallen way to the need for digital literacies. Fortunately Allan Martin in Digital Literacies for Learning puts it in more measured and useful terms, with a focus to enable educators. “Enabling education in a digital environment means not only changing the form in which learning opportunities are offered, but also enabling students to survive and prosper in digitally-based learning environments… Traditional notions of literacy need to be challenged, and new…

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    What Are Digital Natives?

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    generation of professionals, known as digital natives, to stimulate innovation and flexibility in their development practices. Nonetheless, introduction of digital natives, who have grown up with information and communication technologies as an integral part of every day life, to the workforce is seen as a symbolic source of organizational challenge. This study explores and unravels the underlying source of this contradiction by using insights from diversity research and investigating…

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    Natives Vs Digital Natives

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    The Difference Between Digital Natives and Youths Being in the era of technology it is obvious that it is thriving and spreading quicker than ever, with some people avoiding the new advancements, but the majority following right behind. In a chapter called “are today’s youth digital natives?” from danah boyd’s book, It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens, she defines the contrast between digital natives and digital immigrants. danah boyd is a youth researcher, social media…

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    Digital readings may have its benefits comChallenges of reading in Digital Age Digital readings may have its benefits compared to printed readings. For example, digital readings such as e-books are useful for readers. According to Hanho Jeong (2012), two of the most popular reasons for using e-books include their “searchability” and the fact that they are available 24 hours a day. Readers can read anytime and at anywhere as well they want. Readers also can find specific content more efficiently…

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    Authentication and Digital signatures INTRODUCTION This paper will focus on Authentication and Digital Signatures, and outline strategies for Implementation, present techniques on how to apply, adapt, and extend Authentication and Digital Signatures in areas such as encryption, and verification. Digital signatures prevent persons from acting as the originator of a specific document, which is comparable to forgery on a printed text. Authentication is the primary and most critical line of defense…

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