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    Database Security

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    In all businesses and organisations, Databases are used to store all the core activities/information and often when there a major changes or restructure of the business the first process of many businesses is to change their databases to realign with their goal which makes them a valuable asset to any organisation. (Margulies, Pfleeger, Pfleeger 2015). Databases stores and maintain data at one central location so users can easily access it whenever needed. Through the use of Queries, databases have the ability to present data in multiple ways by linking data together for users to view and process vital information about their business and reports on performance throughout all departments (Knickelbine n.d.). Databases provide a fast and efficient method as opposed to the traditional file sharing systems processing and storing data in any organisation or business. Sensitive data can be defined as data that is classified as confidential and disclosed information that can’t be accessed without authorisation from the user, they usually can be a record of details that identifies a specific information for the user (tax file numbers, addresses, salary) (T Trescak [Western Sydney University] 2016, Database Security, 19 September). All databases hold sensitive data of people and activities within businesses which makes them a high priority target of attacks by many malicious users (Spencer 2014). According to a research report conducted by the Ponemon Institute concluded that in 2016…

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    Security Life Cycle

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    Web Server and Security Development Life Cycle Most organizations use web applications through the use of the internet as part of their business process and functions to fulfill their objectives, business requirements and needs of their company. When implementing these applications, they have to make sure that security is a part of each step that they follow in the development lifecycle. If security is not implemented, then such software or applications, such as web server or web application,…

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    Enterprise Architecture, TOGAF and FEAF. Are these two frameworks any different? Are they industry specific? What do these two frameworks try to address? How easy or complex is their process? The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) TOGAF is one of the most popular recognized EA Frameworks…

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    system without any difficulty. It has started back thirty years ago where enterprise architecture developed and began to address the important problems like a) system complexity b) poor business alignment. Figure 1-Examples of Leading Enterprise Architecture Models Indeed, at this point in time, the four methodologies of the enterprise architecture are used and they are A) the Zach man framework for enterprise architecture B) The open group architectural framework C) the federal enterprise…

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    (i) Memory theory suggests that genuine memory relations constitute Personal Identity . In its initial form, memory relations are created when a person establishes some form of extension in conscious activity within the mind. However, memory gaps can be factored in and despite being the same person, people can sometimes forget an event in the past that links each person to being one and the same . As such, the remedy to this problem is to introduce the idea of a chain of memory connections.…

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    Many parents will at one point, comment on the personality of their child. This happens even more frequently as the family has more children. This is because you can start to see clearer divides between each child that paints a clearer picture of their own distinct personality. These initial characteristics never seem to go away. For instance, someone who is outspoken and loud as a child will most likely grow up to be the same way. Many find that as they grow up, they are unsure of their…

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    retain evidence of the validation. Based on the validation outcomes an improvement plan should be developed to the assessment tool, similarly staffs responsibilities and timeline should be assigned to ensure the implementation of the recommendation are conducted and completed. • Completion: RTO ensures its issued certificates matching with the student enrolled and assessed courses, USI and qualification, and the certificates statements comply with the Standards for RTOs 2015. RTO also ensures…

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    Annotated Bibliography Henna Awan Florida State College at Jacksonville HSC4730 Dr. James Stittsworth 10/11/2015 Roher, A. E., Cribbs, D. H., Kim, R. C., Maarouf, C. L., Whiteside, C. M., Kokjohn, T. A., et al. (2013). Bapineuzumab alters aβ composition: implications for the amyloid cascade hypothesis and anti-amyloid immunotherapy. PLoS ONE, 8(3), e59735. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059735 The neurological changes related to Alzheimer's disease (AD) heavily support the amyloid cascade…

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    inventory at the lower-of-cost-or-market. Freight-related costs from their vendors are included as part of the net cost of merchandise inventories. Other costs associated with acquiring, storing and transporting merchandise inventories to their retail stores are expensed as incurred and included in the cost of goods sold (Merchandise Inventories, 62). The inventory estimate adjusts for projected physical inventory losses. Physical inventory is taken periodically to ensure the inventory…

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    From Money to Nets to Lives Humans often take their own lives for granted; never thinking too much of those who may be less fortunate. We go about our daily lives worried about celebrities, or sports; rather than food or uncontrolled diseases in our country. Many others do not get that luxury. Rick Reilly writes his article, “Nothing But Nets,” on the back page of popular sports magazine, Sports Illustrated, to request money from his audience, so that mosquito nets may be purchased for African…

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