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Organisation Security Issues
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Organisational Security Issues - Security Issues
Computer misuse act (1990):
The Computer Misuse Act of 1990 is a law in the UK that makes illegal certain activities, such as hacking into other people's systems, misusing software, or helping a person to gain access to protected files of someone else's computer. http://goo.gl/T26HQ
Examples: Spanners 'R' us cannot edit or "modify" any of the computer settings as this would be classed as hacking, this is when a file needed to operate a computer has been edited to function differently. When a file has been changed the user could be in threat of their personal information stolen which would relate to identity theft. When a customer changes or edits any of the factory or "default" software Spanners 'R' us would have to look into the programs before fixing the computer, if the computer is found to have been edited then Spanners 'R' us would refuse to fix the computer system.
Data Protection Act (1998):
The Data Protection Act 1998 is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament which defines UK law on the processing of data on identifiable living people. It is the main piece of legislation that governs
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