The Frequency Of Digital Attacks And Intrusions Has Steadily Increased Over The Years As The Number Of People With The Appropriate Motivation And Technical Ability Continues To Grow. Internet Security: Hacking, Counterhacking, And Society Is A Modern Survey Of The Recent Ethical Policy Issues Arising In Connection With Internet And Network Security. This Exciting Collection Of Papers, Articles, And Monographs Discusses A Number Of Important Ethical Questions Arising In Many Distinct Areas Of Internet And Network Security, Including: Are Hacker Attacks And Hacktivism Morally Justified? Is Hacking Justified As Self-Defense? How Should Professionals Respond To Security Issues? Is Publishing Malicious Code Protected By Moral Rights To Free Speech? Is It Morally Permissible For The Government Or Individuals To Actively Conceal E-Content? Internet Security: Hacking, Counterhacking, And Society Is A Valuable Addition To The Library Of Anyone Concerned With The Growing Number Of Internet Security Issues And Intrusions Facing Society Today.The first chapter in the section is Donald Gotterbarna#39;s and David Tarnoffs aquot;Internet Development: Professionalism, Profits, Ethics, or Sleaze? ... The last chapter is Richard Epsteina#39;s aquot;The Impact of Computer Security Concerns Upon Software Development. ... Epstein addresses a number of important questions in this essay , including: (1) What should be the basic security and project goals for developing anbsp;...
|Author||:||Kenneth Einar Himma|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2007|