Users who see security as an obstacle or a nuisance are less likely to abide by security policies. Referred to as “resistance behavior,” a Virginia Tech study found that even if people understand that a security breach can have severe consequences on an organization, that knowledge does not always make users accept and conform to security policy rules. Individuals may feel their competence challenged, which triggers a negative attitude toward security in general. Users may also view some security controls, such as scheduled password changes, as unnecessary interruptions. Security controls, such as a fingerprint scanner, that don’t work consistently may make users feel overwhelmed and lead to mistrust of security controls or even overriding them.
If you were a professional in charge of security for an organization, what would you say to a user who believes they have the right to decide whether to participate in security measures?
In the same scenario, what kind of incentive do you think would encourage the user to participate?
Fully address the questions in this discussion; provide valid rationale or a citation for your choices; and respond to at least two other students’ views.
principles of corporate governance established by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development are the most popular and famous in various countries. This is probably due to the fact that these principles provide guidelines for use by Governments of member and non-member States of the Organization in the assessment and improvement of the legal and institutional frameworks, regulatory and companies. This detailed guidance to policy makers and legislation in each state according to the environmental conditions, cultural, legal and economic, and focused on the companies that traded shares in the stock exchange. It is also a useful tool to improve methods of corporate governance which are not being used in the circulation of shares in state-owned enterprises, this in addition to the principles of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development take official capacity as issued by an international organization which has its weight (Azeddine Fikri Touhani -2009). It had been taken into account that formulated principles are (Mohammed Samir Bilal-2005) : – Brief. – Intelligible. – Available for use at the international level. In view of the differences among States in organizational matters, legislation and regulations, bodies and institutions in charge of corporate governance, it is clear that there could not be a unified framework which would be applicable in all States. Accordingly, the set of principles for governance is not mandatory but are recommendations, so that each state can benefit from them according to their circumstances according to their capital market. There are six basic principles of corporate governance established by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2004 these are (Ahmed Helmi Gomaa-2009): 1- Ensure a basis of an effective framework for corporate governance: A. The framework for effective governance and the basis of the emphasis on transparency. B. The efficiency of financial markets, and framework has an impact on the overall performance of the economy. C. The legal and regulatory requirements are consistent with the provisions of t>GET ANSWER