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MIS101 – Assignment 代写

      MIS101 – Assignment Template – Trimester 1, 2013
    Your Name:  Insert your name here     
    Student Number:  Insert you student ID number here
    Deakin Email:  Insert you Deakin email address here
    Assignment – Part A
    Question 1: Define information security and explain its importance?  (200 WORDS)
    Insert your answer here
     
     
    Question 2: What are the different types of information security companies apply to combat security threats?  (250 WORDS)
    Insert your answer here
     
     
    Question 3: Use the Australian Information Privacy Act (2000) Schedule 1  ‘Information Privacy Principles’ to define ‘sensitive information’ and Section 3 to define ‘personal privacy’. (100 WORDS)
    HINT:Usehttp://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/vic/consol_act/ipa2000231/sch1.html
    Insert your answer here
     
     
    Question 4: What are the victim impacts of identity theft?  (100 WORDS)
    Insert your answer here
     
     

     
    Assignment – Part B
    Sony case study analysis using Toulmin’s Model of Argument  (600 WORDS)
    Use the Table provided for your answers.
      Claim Implied (Fact)
    Claim Is Sony’s approach to security flawed?
    Data Delete this text and insert your data points here
     
     
    Warrant Delete this text and insert your warrant points here
     
     
    Rebuttal Delete this text and insert your rebuttal points here
     
     
    Qualifier Delete this text and insert your qualifier points here
     
     
    Your Opinion Delete this text and insert your overall evaluation of the strength or weakness of this argument here. What reasons can you give to support your evaluation?
     
     
     
    Bibliography Reference List:
    List full references used (only) in alphabetical order by Author Surname.
     
     
     

     
     


     
    DeakinUniversity
    Assignment Attachment Sheet
    Faculty of Business and Law
     
    Date received
     
    This form must be completed, signed and attached to each assignment you submit within the Faculty of Business and Law.
    If submitting online, this form must be completed and submitted with your assignment.
     
    Last Name
    Please use block letters, and enter your name as it appears on your Deakin student card
    First Name Student ID
     
     
       
     
    Unit code Unit name Campus Lecturer/Tutor/Unit Coordinator
    MIS101 Business Information Systems   Lecturer:
    Tutor:
     
    Assignment number / title Due date
       
     
    If this assignment has been completed by a group or team:
    1.    Each student in the group must complete and sign a separate form;
    2.    The assignment will be returned to the student in the group nominated below.*
     
    This assignment was completed in a group or team: Yes / No  (circle or delete as necessary)
     
    The assignment should be returned to the student named on this form: Yes / No  (circle or delete as necessary)
     
     

    Plagiarism and Collusion

    Plagiarism occurs when a student passes off as the student’s own work, or copies without acknowledgement as to its authorship, the work of another person.
    Collusion occurs when a student obtains the agreement of another person for a fraudulent purpose with the intent of obtaining an advantage in submitting an assignment or other work.
     
    Work submitted may be reproduced and/or for the purpose of detecting plagiarism and collusion.
     
    “I certify that the attached work is entirely my own (or, where submitted to meet the requirements of an approved group assignment, is the work of the group), except where material quoted or paraphrased is acknowledged in the text. I also declare that it has not been submitted for assessment in any other unit or course.”
     
    Student’s signature:   Date:  
     
    An assignment will not be accepted for assessment if the declaration appearing above has not been signed by the author. If submitted online, it must be completed and attached to your submission; your attaching it is taken as your having signed it. If the assessment task involves group work, marks will be allocated only to students in the group who have completed and submitted a copy of this form.
     
    If you are unable to sign this form, please contact a member of the teaching team for the unit to discuss the issues that prevent you from doing so.
     
    You are advised to retain a copy of your work until the original has been assessed and collected by you.