Implementing security programs raises many ethical issues. Which of the following is not an ethical issue associated with network security identified in your textbook? (Select 1)(2pts) Equal access and unfair restrictions – Do company attempts to protect network access unfairly prevent certain employees who need access from doing their jobs? What consequences do these employees suffer? Privacy – sometimes ethical or legal regulations require employers to monitor network users in ways that some people feel violates their privacy. The doctrine of “respondeat superior” holds employers liable for the misconduct of their employees that occurs within the scope of their employment. However, because employees carry mobile devices that connect 24/7 to the work network, when does that liability begin and end? Under the doctrine of duty of care, senior managers and directors have a fiduciary obligation to use reasonable care to protect the company’s business operations, but what is reasonable care?

Ans: Under the doctrine of duty of care, senior managers and directors have a fiduciary obligation to use reasonable care to protect the company’s business operations, but what is reasonable care?

Reason:

Not granting equal rights is definitely violation of ethical norms. The impact on privacy of employees can also raise question of ethics and hamper an organization. The duty of care doctrine is very essential to protect company’s operations and hence cannot be termed as unethical

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