Case study for MGMT 394 Information Security Management InfoSec Ethics and Law

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As organizations increasingly collect massive amounts of customer data, there are several ethical scenarios that have been reported and potential laws that may come into play. Research a recent unethical scenario, such as the crowdturfing campaigns described in the article, Unethical But Not Illegal: Uncovering the Persuasive Messages Leveraged by Providers of the "Real" Online Social Impressions (ECIS). (Links to an external site.) Write a 2-3 page analysis of this case study and describe your opinion of the ethical behavior within the case. Would any state security breach notification laws and international privacy laws need to be considered? Describe how key law enforcement agencies dedicated to combating cyber and physical threats could be involved.

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MGMT 394 2.3 Case Study Rubric MGMT 394 2.3 Case Study Rubric Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Identification and Analysis of the Main Issues/Problem 25.0 pts (Excellent - A) Identifies and understands all of the main issues in the case study. Insightful and thorough analysis of all the issues. 23.0 pts (Above-Average - B) Identifies and understands most of the main issues in the case study. Thorough analysis of most of the issues. 21.0 pts (Average - C) Identifies and understands some of the issues in the case study. Superficial analysis of some of the issues in the case. 19.0 pts (Near-Failing - D) Identifies and understands few of the issues in case study. Incomplete analysis of the issues. 17.0 pts (Failing - F) Identifies and understands very little of the issues in case study. No analysis of the issues. 25.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Answers to Case Study Questions 20.0 pts (Excellent - A) Answers to case study questions are clear throughout. Connection with class and study material goes well beyond the obvious connections among ideas; demonstrates insight and original thinking. 18.0 pts (Above-Average - B) Answers to case study questions present some irrelevant information on topic etc., but very little; treatment goes beyond obvious connections with class and study material. 16.0 pts (Average - C) Answers to case study questions are vague in places; some irrelevant or distracting information. 14.0 pts (Near-Failing - D) Answers to case study questions are unclear and/or confusing. Treatment is very superficial; paper may be well written but says nothing. 12.0 pts (Failing - F) Does not address the case study questions. Treatment is very superficial and says very little. 20.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Comments on effective solutions/strategies 20.0 pts (Excellent - A) Well documented, reasoned, and pedagogically appropriate comments on solutions, or proposals for solutions, to all issues in the case study. 18.0 pts (Above-Average - B) Appropriate, well thought out comments about solutions, or proposals for solutions, to most of the issues in the case study. 16.0 pts (Average - C) Superficial and/or inappropriate solutions to some of the issues in the case study. 14.0 pts (Near-Failing - D) Little or no action suggested, and/or inappropriate solutions to all of the issues in the case study. 12.0 pts (Failing - F) Provided no feasible solutions or strategies to the issues in the case study. 20.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Links to Course Readings and Additional Research 20.0 pts (Excellent - A) Excellent research into the issues with clearly documented links to class (and/or outside) readings. 18.0 pts (Above-Average - B) Good research and documented links to the material read. 16.0 pts (Average - C) Limited research and documented links to any readings. 14.0 pts (Near-Failing - D) Incomplete research and links to any readings. 12.0 pts (Failing - F) Provided no references or support of analysis. 20.0 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Style and Mechanics 15.0 pts (Excellent - A) Chooses words for their precise meaning and uses an appropriate level of specificity. Sentence style fits audience and purpose. Sentences clearly structured and carefully focused. Almost entirely free of spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors. 12.0 pts (Above-Average - B) Generally uses words accurately and effectively, but may be too general. Sentences generally clear, structured, and focused, though some may be awkward or ineffective. May contain a few errors, which may annoy the reader but not impede understanding. 10.0 pts (Average - C) Uses relatively vague and general words, may use some inappropriate language. Sentence’s structure generally correct, but sentences may be wordy, unfocused, repetitive, or confusing. Usually contains several mechanical errors, which may temporarily confuse the reader but not impede the overall understanding. 8.0 pts (Near-Failing - D) Tends to being vague and abstract, or very personal and specific. Usually contains several awkward or ungrammatical sentences; sentence structure is simple or monotonous. Usually contains either many mechanical errors or a few important errors that block the reader's understanding and ability to see connections between thoughts. 6.0 pts (Failing - F) Misuse of words throughout. Awkward sentences throughout. Difficult to attach a thought process. Poorly punctuated, misspelled words, grammatically abusive. 15.0 pts Total Points: 100.0

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