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  • Performance Management Systems: Case Study Of Hackerrank

    HRM and Performance Management Systems: Case study of HackerRank [Title Page] Contents Introduction 2 Background of HackerRank 3 Where does HackerRank stand at present? 3 Performance Management Systems and HackerRank 4 How has HackerRank been helping you out? 5 HackerRank and social guidance 6 How does HackerRank goes into action? 6 HackerRank Community Evaluation 8 Recruitment and Planning in HackerRank 9 Conclusion And Recommendations 9 References 10 Introduction The fundamental goal of performance management is to improve and promote an employee’s effectiveness. The management is a continuous process where the employees and managers work together to monitor, review and plan an employee’s work goals or objectives and their overall contribution to the present company (, 2015). Along with the behavioral aspect, there are some more aspects which scales the employee and it helps in the evaluation and decision making whether the worker is worthy enough to continue his job with the organization in the long term or not. Performance management systems make it easier for the managers to keep track of the newly appointed employees and their work progress. Performance management system is a one step in advance towards the further development of HackerRank Background of HackerRank HackerRank proves to be an asset for the coding community where students can avail facilities. These facilities are similar to that of the classes that teach those children and…

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  • Ghost In The Soul Analysis

    In the future world where advance technology is available such as robotic bodies, invisibility, and night vision, many people lost their understanding and feeling of being human. “Ghost in the Shell” shows a cyborg girl to be hacking the Puppet Master. Major Mira, is not only a cyborg but is a human cyborg. This film shows the audience that technology will one day evolve, and robotics will improve life in ways that ordinary people will not be able to handle. This paper seeks to explore how…

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  • Hacking Vs Hackers

    What do you think when you hear the word hacking and hackers? Despite what people may think, hacking isn’t always a problem. In the two articles I have read, the difference between good hackers and bad hackers is explained. “Hacking and Hackers” (Article 1) and “Good Hackers, Bad Hackers. What’s the Difference?:The Difference between Destruction and Protection” (Article 2) differentiate between length, the sources, and the examples each article provides, yet are similar in that they to the same…

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  • Anonymous: Brand Identity

    How does Anonymous portray itself? The portrayal of Anonymous has two dimensions; a portrayal for the world to see and a portrayal for its members to see. Those two portrayals are for different purposes. The portrayal for the world is so that there can be a branded identity which society recognizes is “Anonymous.” This is portrayed to the world through its symbology, its activities or lack thereof, its tools and products. The primary symbology for Anonymous has become the Guy Fawkes mask.…

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  • Think Like A Hacker Analysis

    intended to, they can be very helpful in different industry where security important. As a typical hacker, you would want to know how technology work, and why they perform certain functions. Should you think like a “black hat”, “white hat”, or “grey hat” hacker? Honestly speaking, a typical hacker might be very good both in “black hat” and “white hat” techniques. The main difference between these people is what they want to achieve with their skills. For instance, you might be learning these…

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  • Hackers: The Three Types Of Hacking

    Black hat which goes into a more malicious style.Grey hats which are often black hat hackers they are more there to be on the good or bad side they do it for their own enjoyment. And then there are the white hats which are the better guys, they aren 't called good because even though they are on the companies side usually they are a lot of the time black hats that got caught but their work was admired and for the bettering of their company have them be their protectors since they already know…

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  • Ethical Hacking And Information Security

    Abstract- Modern technological advancement made our current internet on the pinnacle of everything related to information technology. However, it is always threatened by various types of security issues, which are mostly due to hackers, their bots and malicious scripts. They attacks, corrupts, collects and destroys the essential information in the system of the valuable organizations. To stop their such harmful and hazardous activities or to take preventive measures, most organizations now…

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  • Hacking: The Cost Of Crime In The 21st Century

    that they don’t earn fame or fortune from their acts and are a “gray” area of the law, because they are still technically break the law. Fame hackers hack to become the best of the best and want the recognition from the hacker community. They are able to gain this fame by the amount of damage they are able to cause and the hacking programs they make and share with the community. They are also know shun the profit drive hackers who work for the big corporations, since they view the big…

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  • Stuxnet Persuasive Speech

    human rights and freedom. Their attacks have taken down, a website like the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Corporations, foreign governments, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). What happens behind the curtains, for governments that want information to be on the top of the chain of command, to stop a movie release that showed their leader assassinated. Who are they? and what happens next? Who are they? They are people with knowledge of information technology. There are…

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  • The Dangers Of Cyberspace: Zero Days By Charles Koppelman

    The article Why Computer Talents Become Computer Hackers, by Xu Zhengchuan, gives a definition of what titles the “good” and “bad” hackers mean; “White hats are on a quest for knowledge, discovering and alerting security weaknesses in organizational systems and developing better, more secure computer systems; Black Hats go for revenge, sabotage, or outright criminal gain (such as to steal money, products, or services) (Zhengchuan 65).” Zero Days portrays these hackers as extremely dangerous…

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