To develop your skills you have been asked to take part with the younger CAS Cadets in team activities in order for them to learn from your increased levels of knowledge and confidence. These can be video recorded and added to your website as examples of good practice. Create a briefing sheet that can be downloaded by the new officers:
Sabotage Hacked Countries and areas that are affected by natural disasters, the organisation within that area will have a disaster recovery procedure in place so that data and equipment are not damaged during the disaster.
The organisation within that area could arrange a regular backup of their systems to prevent loss of data. If the system is hacked users of the system must be informed on what has happened and also recommend them to change their password, to prevent data being stolen off their account. The consequences an organisation will have for not having a disaster recovery procedure in place are that their reputation will be affected because data can be lost or because of downtime and it can also lead on to further damage to equipment.
As they did not have a disaster recovery procedure in place to help them recover any damaged equipment or lost data. The organisations income will also be affected as they will have to pay extra for any damages to hardware and software. Code of conduct Code of conduct is set of rules and principles that have been placed within an organisation.
They are there to safely guide the employees within the organisation for day to day decision making. For example in schools there will be code of conducts which the teachers will follow to keep the students safe and also themselves.
Code and conduct can also be used on software which the employees use; they will be in place to prevent any threats to the organisations computer systems. Before joining Unit 3 p6 and m3 develop a organisation you will be expected to sign the code of conduct.
As you have agreed with the terms and conditions before joining the organisation you must not break them.
Email Usage Email usage is when an organisation limits the uses of the users email for security reasons and also to prevent any threats to the network and the system. The users will be unable to use their email for personal use as their will be separate systems for them use for personal use.
This is because if the user opens an email which stores virus, the virus could spread throughout the system and also the network affecting them and also the organisation. Organisation will also limit the size of attachments to prevent the system from getting slow during the transfer of the email.
Internet Usage Internet usage is when the organisation limits the Internet use for the users i. Organisation will have this policy in place to prevent any threats entering their network or systems and also for security reasons.
The users will be unable to visit other sites that are not related to their day to day job, this is so that the users is not distracted from their work and also prevents them visiting sites that may store threats.
There will be a separate computer system which the employee could use for personal use in their own time such as lunch breaks etc. The consequences for not having Internet usage policy in place are that viruses could enter the system and damage the software and hardware, which the organisation may have to buy replacements.
This can lead them in to downtime which will prevent the users using the computer to do their day to day job. The organisation will lose profit as the employees are unable to work.
Organisation Security Organisation security is a security procedures that takes place before hiring new staff.
This procedure is in place for the safety of the company and also for the safety of other employees. The employer of the organisation will to a number of checks before allowing a new person to join the organisation.
There will need to be a vacancy open if anyone is to join the company.
Once there is a vacancy you will be asked to hand your CV in to the organisation or may be asked to apply online or on a paper application which the organisation may provide you with, this allows the employee to see what the people are like.
The employer will look through the application and see if the person is a good match to the organisation. Once the employer has chosen the right candidates, they will all be asked to come in for a interview.
In the interview you will be asked to bring in a proof of identity such as a drivers licence or password etc. Once the interview is over and you have successfully passed the interview you will be asked to come in and sign the contract with the organisation and also the code of conduct.
These are for security purposes, so that you do not break any rules and working safely. Breaking the code of conduct you will find consequences, such as losing the job. During the procedure of signing the contract the employer will do a background check to see if you previously hand any issues.
They will do a CRB check which shows if you have a criminal convictions this covers all of you adult life, the employer may also call you previous employer to see what kind of person you are, check the list 99 or credit check.
These checks are for security purposes to insure that the employer is hiring a safe person, which they can trust to work in the organisation. Surveillance policy Surveillance policy are in place to monitor certain areas within the organisation.
Surveillance will not be included in staff rooms or break out areas or any personal places within the organisation.Students will develop the skills required to understand the models, practice and process of employee relations in a broad context.
On successful completion of this unit students will have the confidence to contribute to the effective management of the employment relationship in a . The aim of this unit is to ensure learners understand how organisations use information and the surrounding use of information, know about information systems and develop the skills necessary to produce management information.
These learners need to see the teacher's body language and facial expression to fully understand the content of a lesson.
They tend to prefer sitting at the front of the classroom to avoid visual obstructions (e.g. people's heads). Information security management deals with maintaining the integrity and availability of organisational information and knowledge.
Many companies keep their information on IT systems, but as the reliance on technology increases, so does the risk posed by system failure and malicious attacks (e.g. viruses). Unit 3: Engineering Science Unit code T// Unit type Core.
Engineering is a discipline that uses scientific theory to design, develop or maintain structures, machines, systems, and processes.
Engineers are therefore required to have a broad knowledge of the science that is applicable to the industry around M3. Distinguish.
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