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1) Explain the need for a sound information security in organizations.

2) How will you justify the need of introducing information security procedures, policies or awareness training to enterprises of various sizes, taking into consideration the cost involved, the industry (e.g. small banks?), the level of threat, and exposure to possible risks (whether external or insider)?

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1. As web based applications are transforming the internet, security is the biggest concern of any organization. Since information is the primary commodity in the world of e-commerce, as technology advances, the need to protect information to ensure its confidentiality, integrity, and availability to those who need it for making business decisions become important. In case of both small and large organizations, there are many technological advanced systems that prevent unrestricted access to important areas related with information security. Due to the need to ...

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