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Data Breach Discussion Questions

Who are the potential victims of an organization's data breach?

What is social engineering? Give an example.

Explain how identity theft can occur.

List benefits of e-business. What are the major types of e-business transactions?

What is the advantage of using cloud computing as the platform for e-government?

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WHO ARE THE POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF AN ORGANIZATION'S DATA BREACH? 


There are many victims of data breach, especially on an organizational level. Unfortunately, the issue of data breach is becoming more prevalent in today's society, particularly in organizations that have unsecure network security. Potential victims of an organization's data breach include the stakeholders, shareholders, and employees. Obviously, this span of individuals is very large. In addition to these individuals, those who have fostered business partnerships can also be victims of data breach (e.g. exposed emails, company information, etc.)

WHAT IS SOCIAL ENGINEERING? GIVE AN EXAMPLE. 


Social Engineering is the process of gaining access to information through trickery or deceit. Social Engineering ...

Solution Summary

This solution provides an overview of information related to online usage including data breach, social engineering, identity theft, e-business, and cloud usage. This solution offers a thorough explanation/ detailed answers, using academic references, of the following questions:

Who are the potential victims of an organization's data breach?

What is social engineering? Give an example.

Explain how identity theft can occur.

List benefits of e-business. What are the major types of e-business transactions?

What is the advantage of using cloud computing as the platform for e-government?

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