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Computer Security and Crime Surveys

1.20 Annual Survey of Computer crimes: The computer security Institute (CSI) conducts an annual survey of computer crime at United States businesses. CSI sends survey questionnaires to computer security personnel at all U.S. corporations and government agencies. In 2006, 616 orgainizations responded to the CSI survey. Fiftytwo percent of the respondents admitted ...

2.18 Consider the stem and leaf display shown here...

a. How many observations were in the original data set?

b. In the bottom row of the stem and leaf display, identify the stem, the leaves and ...

c. Re-create all the numbers ...

2.20 Computer Security Survey. Refer to the 2006 CSI/FBI Computer Crime and Security Survey Exercise 1.20. One of the survey questions asked respondents to indicate the percentage of computer security functions that their company outsources. Consequently, the quantitative variable of interest is measured as a percentage for each of 609 respondents in the 2006 survey. The following histogram summarizes the data...

2.76 Blogs for Fortune 500 firms. Refer to the Journal of Relationship Marketing(Vol. 7, 2008) study of the prevalence of blogs and forums at Fortune 500 firms with both English and Chinese Web sites...

3.38. Social networking Web sites in the United Kingdom. In the United States, My Space and Face Book are considered the two most popular social networking Web sites. In the United Kingdom (UK), the competition for social networking is between MySpace and Bebo. According to ...

3.40 Guilt in decision making. The effect of guilt emotion on how a decision maker focuses on the problem was investigated in the Jan. 2007 issue of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making...

3.60 Monitoring quality of power equipment. Mechanical engineering (Feb 2005)reported on the need for wireless networks to monitor the quality of industrial equipment. For example, consider ...

4.22 Choosing portable grill displays. Refer to the Journal of Consumer Research (Mar. 2003) marketing study of influencing consumer choices by offering undesirable alternatives. Exercise 3.21 (P. 130). Recall that each of 124 college students selected showroom displays for portable grills...

4.26 Appeals of Federal civil trials. Refer to the jornal of the American Law and Economics Association (Vol. 3, 2001) study of appeals of federal civil trials. Exercise 3.41 (p. 140). A breakdown of the 678 civil cases that were originally tried in front of a judge (rather than a jury) and appealed by either the plaintiff or defendant is reproduced in the ...
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