Executive Summary The scenario looks at Canterbury University which is a well ranked university with 16 facilities and 38 schools across two campuses and Altavista University which is both located in the Central of London I-J. The both school are seeking the aid of SAFES to create to student smart card that will hold students records and be able to check plagiarism, cheating, misconduct and security breaches while the student are still in school. SAFES consulting firm is a computer company devoted to developing a suite of system products to customers and system professionals.
The company has staffs; Mr.. Andrew Harry is a programmer of SAFES consulting firm and a part time Master student of Gatlinburg University which is located in central London. The company was assigned to design a system, which belongs to Gatlinburg University London, with the aim of monitoring their student who indulges in plagiarism, cheating, security breaches etc. AltaVista University is a major competitor of Gatlinburg University which is also located in central London. The Executive summary briefly explains the breach of ethics, legal, professional issues of Mr..
Andrew Harry, he was indulge in accessing a confidential memorandum which belonged to Mr.. Jack Holland of Business System Marketing Department, had also stole the passport and account name belonging to Jack Hooligan’s secretary to Alice login into her computer and view the quote and system specifications. Andrew was not authorized to access the system but he broke the laws and ethics of his profession, he did not stop there he also transferred the document to his device and contemplating whether to give it to a militant students. Based on the criminal act being committed Mr..
Andrew Harry would be punished. So that he never repeats such an unlawful and unethical act again. Introduction The issue of ethics has become a very reoccurring condition in the world today, as related to IT and other major fields thereby bringing about a rise in the need to know the difference between ethical and non-ethical situations. Some of these situations would be explained further in the summary. In this summary the following situations shall be explained briefly I. E. What is ethics, what are ethical situations which would be related to the case study of Gatlinburg University.
Gatlinburg University is a major university in central London. The university has 16 Faculties and 38 schools across two campuses. One of Gatlinburg University major competitions is AltaVista University, also located in central London. In order to achieve certain efficiencies, and to remain competitive, the information technology schools of both universities are embarking on a student smart card project. PURPOSE: The intention of this scenario is to enlighten the ethical dilemma that occurred as related to SAFES computing service and Gatlinburg University student smart card system.
Eve classified information was uncovered in the process and an unauthorized right of company’s marketing system by a member of staff in the company. SCOPE: The extent of this executive summary is to identify the unethical acts of Gatlinburg University attempt to identify the unethical acts in the scenario specified, ethics is one of the major things a company should base its activities on since there are codes of conducts binding each and every profession. LIMITATION: the following below are limitations and restrictions that are associated with the scenario. All data must be oaten from the right source. 0 Data must be used for its official purpose and not for any personal purpose. 0 All Data must be protected from unauthorized contact by any individual or body. 0 Data must be accurate and appropriate at all times 0 All staff and employee of the company must follow the standard Operating procedure of the company in collection of dates’ 0 Classified memo must be mailed or delivered in person to the receiver VIEW POINT: The following could be said to be a mini indication of how information is gathered and depicted in the tasks above 0
Digital Millennium Copyright Act (TDMA) 2002 The Limitation Act 1963 Data Protection Act 1998 The privacy Act of 1974 Personal Information Protection Act Cot 2003. Piracy and data protection act 2002. DEFINITIONS OF IMPORTANT TERMS The following are definition of important terms used in the process of this Executive summary What is Ethics? The study of principles relating to right and wrong conduct; Morality; The standards that govern the conduct of a person, especially a member of a profession. Ethics is the branch of study dealing with what is the proper lesson of action for an.
It answers the question, “What do I do? ” It is the study of right and wrong in human endeavors. At a more fundamental level, it is the method by which we categorize our values and pursue them. Do we pursue our own happiness, or do we sacrifice ourselves to a greater cause? Is that foundation of ethics based on the Bible, or on the very nature of man himself, or neither? What is an ethical dilemma? Ethical dilemma is a complex situation that will often involve an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives, in which to obey one would result in ranginess another.
What is Professional Ethics? Professional ethics concerns the moral issues that arise because of the specialized knowledge that professionals attain, and how the use of this knowledge should be governed when providing a service to the public. – Codes of conduct established by professionals to govern ethical behavior within that profession. The stakeholders in Gatlinburg University Altavista University Associate professor James Garlicky Part-time research assistant Andrew Harry SAFES Computer Services Students Jack Holland