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Impacts and Risk Assessment of Technology for Internet Security

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Beschreibung

This study investigates the impacts and risk assessment of technology-ena bled information (TET), v^hich are engaged in the process of discovering the opportunities and challenges presented by TEI to the new form of small medi um enterprises (SME) business transactions: Technology Enable Information Small Medium Enterprises (TEISME). Within the UK economy, the notion of TEISMEs is one that forms the focus for this research. Other technologies that enabled information are also discussed. For example electronic mail (e-mail), voice mail, facsimile machines (fax), teleconferencing, data conferencing, vid eo conferencing, electronic data interchange (EDI), and mobile phone (WAP), which are geared towards ease of transferring information are investigated. The electronic marketplace itself can be described as an on-line location for buyers and sellers to meet and conduct their business and complete transac tions. This study identified ways of minimising the risk liability of TEISME busi ness operations as a result of their dependences on TEI (Internet-eC). The rapid evolution and spread of information technology (IT) during the last few years is challenging SMEs, governments and the Internet security professionals to rethink the very nature of risk exposure. Parallel to this notion is the task of identifying: the technologies for Internet Security, the generic problems with network protocol layers, and key elements or threads that might be common to all TEISMEs business operations.

Autorentext
Impacts and Risk Assessment of Technology for Internet Security-Enabled Information Small-Medium Enterprises details the key impacts and risk assessment within the context of technology-enabled information (TEI), which is engaged in the process of discovering the opportunities and challenges presented by electronic data or information transfer to small medium enterprises (SMEs) business operations. This volume is designed for a secondary text for graduate students in electronic commerce, information systems, information technology, technology management, internet security, risk assessment and business information systems and also for a professional audience of researchers and practitioners in industry.


Klappentext

The explosive popularity of the Internet as a business tool has created a new type of economy, which is called Technology-Enabled Information Economy (TEI).  Impacts and Risk Assessment of Technology for Internet Security Enabled Information Small-Medium Enterprises (TEISMES) investigates TEI, discovering the opportunities and challenges presented by TEI to the new form of small medium enterprises (SME).  This emerging economy is bringing with it new forms of TEI intermediation, online businesses, virtual supply chains, rapidly changing internet-electronic commerce technologies, increasing knowledge intensity, and unprecedented sensitivity of the time-to-market by customers. 

Impacts and Risk Assessment of Technology for Internet Security Enabled Information Small-Medium Enterprises (TEISMES) also identifies ways of minimizing risk liability of TEISME business operations as a result of their dependence on TEI (Internet-eC).  The rapid evolution and spread of information technology (IT) during the last few years is challenging SMEs, governments and internet security professionals to rethink the very nature of risk exposure. 

Impacts and Risk Assessment of Technology for Internet Security Enabled Information Small-Medium Enterprises (TEISMES) is designed for a professional audience of researchers and practitioners in industry.  This book is also suitable for graduate-level students in computer science. 



Zusammenfassung
This study investigates the impacts and risk assessment of technology-ena­ bled information (TET), v^hich are engaged in the process of discovering the opportunities and challenges presented by TEI to the new form of small medi­ um enterprises (SME) business transactions: Technology Enable Information Small Medium Enterprises (TEISME). Within the UK economy, the notion of TEISMEs is one that forms the focus for this research. Other technologies that enabled information are also discussed. For example electronic mail (e-mail), voice mail, facsimile machines (fax), teleconferencing, data conferencing, vid­ eo conferencing, electronic data interchange (EDI), and mobile phone (WAP), which are geared towards ease of transferring information are investigated. The electronic marketplace itself can be described as an on-line location for buyers and sellers to meet and conduct their business and complete transac­ tions. This study identified ways of minimising the risk liability of TEISME busi­ ness operations as a result of their dependences on TEI (Internet-eC). The rapid evolution and spread of information technology (IT) during the last few years is challenging SMEs, governments and the Internet security professionals to rethink the very nature of risk exposure. Parallel to this notion is the task of identifying: the technologies for Internet Security, the generic problems with network protocol layers, and key elements or threads that might be common to all TEISMEs business operations.

Inhalt
Dedications List of Figures List of Tables List of Contributors and Organisations Preface Acknowledgements 1: Research Overview and Technologies for Internet security 1 Introduction 2. Research Rationale 3. Research Hypothesis 4. Conceptual Research Context 5. TEISMEs Business Operational Risks 6. Technology for Internet Security 7. Summary of Chapter One References 2: Impacts of TEI on SMEs 1. Introduction 2. Impacts of TEI on SMEs in the UK 3. Disintermediation and Reintermediation 4. Promote Products to Suit Each Individual Customer 5. Electronic Payment 6. Generic Problems with Network Protocol Layers 7. Application Security Problems 8. Summary of Chapter Two References 3: Risk Assessment of TEI on TEISME 1. Introduction 2. Concept of Risk 3. Risk and the Risk Assessment Approaches 4. Quantitative Approaches 5. Qualitative Risk Assessment Model 6. WEAKNESSES OF RISK ASSESSMENT MODELS 7. Why BS7799 8. Summary of Chapter Three References 4: Methodology 1. Introduction 2. Method 3. Shoniregun Risk Assessment Model 4. Analysis of Shoniregun's Risk Assessment Model Implementation 5 Summary of Chapter Four References 5: Analysis of Results 1. Introduction 2. Analysis of 500 TEISMEs Based on co.uk Service Provider 3. Laboratory Experiments 4. Analysis of400 TEISMEs Questionnaire Survey 5. Correlation Between Annual Sales and Vulnerability 6. Analysis of TEISMEs Interviewed 7. Analysis of Case Study Observations 8. Shoniregun TEISME Risk Assessrnent Calculation 9. Result Summary of Hypotheses Test 10. Summary of Chapter Five References 6: Critical Evaluation and Discussion 1. Introduction 2. Challenges of TEI on Information Security 3. Shared Threats 4. TEISMEs Business Operations are not Immune to Internet Attacks 5. Risks andTrust 6. TEISME Business Operational Risk Liability 7. Current Developments in Internet Security 8. Government Concern Over Security 9 Summary of Chapter Six References 7: Conclusion 1. Global Issues and Internet Security Facing TEISMEs 2. Recommendations 3. FutureWork References Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Impacts and Risk Assessment of Technology for Internet Security
Untertitel: Enabled Information Small-Medium Enterprises (TEISMES)
Autor:
EAN: 9781461498919
ISBN: 1461498910
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer US
Genre: Anwendungs-Software
Anzahl Seiten: 216
Gewicht: 335g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T11mm
Jahr: 2014
Auflage: 2005

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