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2014 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

SAS provides a forum for sensor users and developers to meet and exchange information about novel sensors and emergent sensor applications. The main purpose of SAS is to collaborate and network with scientists,engineers, researchers, developers, and end-users through formal technical presentations, workshops, and informal interactions.

  • 2013 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS 2013 provides a forum for sensor users and developers to exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biology, system health management, and related areas. Suggested topics for SAS 2013 include: Biosensors /Arrays, MEMS and Nanosensors, Sensor Networking, Smart Sensors and Standards, Virtual Sensors, Integrated System Health Management (ISHM), Multisensor Data Fusion, Nondestructive Evaluation and Remote Sensing, Homeland security, and Commercial Development.

  • 2012 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS 2012 provides a forum for sensor users and developers to exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biology, system health management, and related areas. Suggested topics for SAS 2012 include: Biosensors /Arrays, MEMS and Nanosensors, Sensor Networking, Smart Sensors and Standards, Virtual Sensors, Integrated System Health Management (ISHM), Multisensor Data Fusion, Nondestructive Evaluation and Remote Sensing, Homeland security, and Commercial Development.

  • 2011 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS -2010 provides a forum for sensor users and developers to exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biology, system health management, and related areas. Suggested topics for SAS -2010 include: Biosensors /Arrays, MEMS and Nanosensors , Wireless and Networked Sensors, Smart Sensors and Standards, Virtual Sensors, Radiation detection and standards, Integrated System Health Management (ISHM), Multisensor Data Fusion.

  • 2010 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS-2010 provides a forum for sensor users and developers to exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biology, system health management, and related areas. Suggested topics for SAS-2010 include: Biosensors /Arrays, MEMS and Nanosensors , Wireless and Networked Sensors, Smart Sensors and Standards, Virtual Sensors, Radiation detection and standards, Integrated System Health Management (ISHM), Multisensor Data Fusion, Nondestructive Evaluation and Remote

  • 2009 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS-2009 provides a forum for sensor users and developers to exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biology, system health management, and related areas. Suggested topics for SAS-2009 include: Biosensors /Arrays, MEMS and Nanosensors , Wireless and Networked Sensors, Smart Sensors and Standards, Virtual Sensors, Radiation detection and standards, X-ray detectors and imaging, Integrated System Health Management (ISHM), Multisensor Data Fusion, Nondestr

  • 2008 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS-2008 provides a forum for sensor users and developers to exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biology, system health management, and related areas. Suggested topics for SAS-2008 include: Biosensors /Arrays, MEMS and Nanosensors , Wireless and Networked Sensors, Smart Sensors and Standards, Virtual Sensors, Radiation detection and standards, X-ray detectors and imaging, Integrated System Health Management (ISHM), Multisensor Data Fusion.

  • 2007 IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)

    SAS-2007 provides a unique forum for sensor users and developers to meet and exchange information about novel and emergent applications in smart sensors, homeland security, biosensors, integrated system health management, nondestructive evaluation, and related areas.


2013 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI)

Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) research is an interdisciplinary research field involving academic researchers in information technologies, computer science, public policy, bioinformatics, and social and behavior studies as well as local, state, and federal law enforcement and intelligence experts, and information technology industry consultants and practitioners to support counterterrorism and homeland security missions of anticipation, interdiction, prevention, preparedness and response to terrorist acts. The annual IEEE International ISI Conference series was started in 2003. In 2013, the main conference themes are: Big Data, Emergent Threats and Decision-Making in Security Informatics. ISI 2013 will be organized in three main streams focusing on: Big Data in Security Informatics, Emergent Threats, Decision-Making in Security Informatics.

  • 2012 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2012)

    Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) research is an interdisciplinary research field involving academic researchers in information technologies, computer science, public policy, bioinformatics, and social and behavior studies as well as local, state, and federal law enforcement and intelligence experts, and information technology industry consultants and practitioners, to support counter-terrorism and homeland security missions of anticipation, interdiction, prevention, preparedness and response to terrorist acts.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2011)

    Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) research is an interdisciplinary research field involving academic researchers in information technologies, computer science, public policy, bioinformatics, medical informatics, and social and behavior studies as well as local, state, and federal law enforcement and intelligence experts, and information technology industry consultants and practitioners to support counterterrorism and homeland security missions of anticipation, interdiction, prevention.

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2010)

    Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) research is an interdisciplinary research field, involving academic researchers in information technologies, computer science, public policy, bioinformatics, medical informatics, and social and behavior studies, local, state, and federal law enforcement and intelligence experts, and information technology industry consultants and practitioners to support counterterrorism and homeland security s missions of anticipation, interdiction, prevention, preparedness and r

  • 2009 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2009)

    This conference provides a forum for discussion among academic researchers, law enforcment at all levels, and the intelligence community on current research in intelligence and security informatics, which is the study of advanced information technologies and systems, computer science, and algorithms for national and international security-related applications.

  • 2008 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2008)

    The study of the development and use of advanced information technologies and systems, computer science, and algorithms for national, international, and societal security-related applications, through an integrated technological, organizational, and policy based approach.

  • 2007 IEEE Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2007)

    Informatics research has emerged as a key scientific discipline and applications domain supporting counterterrorism and homeland security's missions of anticipation, interdiction, prevention, preparedness and response to terrorist acts. ISI 2007 provides a forum for discussions among these vital communities: academic researchers (in information technologies, computer science, public policy, and social studies), local, state, and federal law enforcement and intelligence experts.


2013 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

This international conference is a forum for all aspects of physical, cyber and electronic security research, development, systems engineering, testing, evaluation, operations and sustainability. The ICCST facilitates the exchange of ideas and information.

  • 2012 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

    Research, development, and user aspects of security technology, including principles of operation, applications, and user experiences.

  • 2011 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

    This annual conference is the world s longest -running, international technical symposium on security technology. This conference is a forum for collaboration on all aspects of physical, cyber and electronic security research, development, systems engineering, testing, evaluation, operations and sustainment. The ICCST facilitates the exchange of ideas and sharing of information on both new and existing technology and systems. Conference participants are encouraged to consider the impact of their work on society. The ICCST provides a foundation for support to authorities and agencies responsible for security, safety and law enforcement in the use of available and future technology.

  • 2010 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

    The ICCST is a forum for researchers and practitioners in both new and existing security technology, providing an interchange of knowledge through paper presentations and publication of proceedings that have been selected by the ICCST organizing committee.

  • 2009 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

    Conference is directed toward research and development and user aspects of electronic security technology.

  • 2008 International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

    The ICCST is directed toward the research and development aspects of electronic security technology, including the operational testing of the technology. It establishes a forum for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of information on both new and existing technology. Conference participants are stimulated to consider the impact of their work on society. The Conference is an interchange of knowledge through the presentation of learned papers that have been selected by the ICCST organizing committee.

  • 2007 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

  • 2006 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)

  • 2005 IEEE International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology (ICCST)


2012 eCrime Researchers Summit (eCrime 2012)

eCRS 2012 consist of two full days which bring together academic researchers, security practitioners, and law enforcement to discuss all aspects of electronic crime and ways to combat it.

  • 2011 eCrime Researchers Summit (eCrime 2011)

    eCRS 2011 will bring together academic researchers, security practitioners, and law enforcement to discuss all aspects of electronic crime and ways to combat it.

  • 2010 eCrime Researchers Summit (eCrime 2010)

    Academic and professional counter eCrime research and discussions of all aspects of electronic crime and how to combat it.

  • 2009 eCrime Researchers Summit (eCrime 2009)

    A comprehensive venue for the presentation of the state-of-the-art basic and applied research into electronic crime, engaging every aspect of its development (technical, behavioral, social and legal) as well as technologies and techniques for its detection, related forensics and its prevention.

  • 2008 eCrime Researchers Summit (eCrime 2008)

    eCrime '08 will bring together academic researchers, security practitioners, and law enforcement to discuss all aspects of electronic crime and ways to combat it.


2012 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST)

The conference will focus on innovative technologies for deterring and preventing attacks, protecting critical infrastructure and individuals, mitigating damage , expediting recovery and bring together innovators from leading universities, research laboratories, Homeland Security Centers of Excellence, small businesses, system integrators and the end user community and provides a forum to discuss ideas, concepts and experimental results.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST)

    The conference will focus on innovative technologies for deterring and preventing attacks, protecting critical infrastructure and individuals, mitigating damage , expediting recovery and bring together innovators from leading universities, research laboratories, Homeland Security Centers of Excellence, small businesses, system integrators and the end user community and provides a forum to discuss ideas, concepts and experimental results.

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST)

    The IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (HST) addresses critical technology issues and bringing together innovators from universities, research laboratories, Homeland Security Centers of Excellence, businesses, system integrators, and end users to discuss ideas and experimental results. Featured speakers are from U.S. DHS Science & Technology, (Dr. Starnes Walker, Dir. of Research; Christopher Doyle, Dir., Infrastructure & Geophysical Div.; and Dr. Thomas Cellucci, CCO)


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IT Professional

This IEEE Computer Society periodical covers the many rapidly emerging issues facing information technology professionals, developers, and managers of enterprise information systems. IT Professional's coverage areas include: Web services, Internet security, data management; enterprise architectures and infrastructures; organizing and utilizing data; instituting cross-functional systems; using IT for competitive breakthroughs; integrating systems and capitalizing on IT advances; emerging technologies like electronic ...


Security & Privacy, IEEE

IEEE Security & Privacy seeks to stimulate and track advances in security, privacy, and dependability and present these advances for a broad cross-section of academic researchers and industry practitioners. IEEE Security & Privacy aims to provide a unique combination of research articles, case studies, tutorials, and regular departments covering diverse aspects of security and dependability of computer-based systems, including legal ...


Technology and Society Magazine, IEEE

The impact of technology (as embodied by the fields of interest in IEEE) on society, the impact of society on the engineering profession, the history of the societal aspects of electrotechnology, and professional, social, and economic responsibility in the practice of engineering and its related technology.




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STREETWATCH: A Mobile Application for Street Crime Incident Avoidance and Safety Solution

Ma. Corazon G. Fernando TENCON 2015 - 2015 IEEE Region 10 Conference, 2015

The author developed a mobile safety application using an Android Phone. The said application can be accessed via Internet or using a handheld phone. The proposed system may serve as a crime deterrent to increase security that enables the user to be notified in various ways and may transform their mobile devices into smart personal emergency phones. The proposed system ...


Privacy-preserving architecture for forensic image recognition

Andreas Peter; Thomas Hartmann; Sascha Müller; Stefan Katzenbeisser 2012 IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS), 2012

Forensic image recognition is an important tool in many areas of law enforcement where an agency wants to prosecute possessors of illegal images. The recognition of illegal images that might have undergone human imperceptible changes (e.g., a JPEG-recompression) is commonly done by computing a perceptual image hash function of a given image and then matching this hash with perceptual hash ...


The Security Threat Posed by Steganographic Content on the Internet

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After the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, the United States declared war on terrorism. The Patriot Act (H.R. 3162) authorizes law enforcement agencies to monitor and intercept the electronic communications of suspected terrorists. Telephone communication and encrypted telephony would no longer provide safe havens for terrorists to communicate with one another. However, this change in U.S. policy may have forced ...


The Anatomy of Electronic Evidence – Quantitative Analysis of Police E-Crime Data

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By understanding the past and present, the future can be predicted. This work seeks to understand how an Australian policing agency is currently receiving and analyzing sources of electronic evidence in the investigation of criminal activity. It shows how many devices are received, what kinds of device make up each analysis job, and for investigation into which crimes. From this, ...


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STREETWATCH: A Mobile Application for Street Crime Incident Avoidance and Safety Solution

Ma. Corazon G. Fernando TENCON 2015 - 2015 IEEE Region 10 Conference, 2015

The author developed a mobile safety application using an Android Phone. The said application can be accessed via Internet or using a handheld phone. The proposed system may serve as a crime deterrent to increase security that enables the user to be notified in various ways and may transform their mobile devices into smart personal emergency phones. The proposed system ...


Privacy-preserving architecture for forensic image recognition

Andreas Peter; Thomas Hartmann; Sascha Müller; Stefan Katzenbeisser 2012 IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS), 2012

Forensic image recognition is an important tool in many areas of law enforcement where an agency wants to prosecute possessors of illegal images. The recognition of illegal images that might have undergone human imperceptible changes (e.g., a JPEG-recompression) is commonly done by computing a perceptual image hash function of a given image and then matching this hash with perceptual hash ...


The Security Threat Posed by Steganographic Content on the Internet

Rajni Goel; Moses Garuba; Chunmei Liu; Trang Nguyen Information Technology, 2007. ITNG '07. Fourth International Conference on, 2007

After the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, the United States declared war on terrorism. The Patriot Act (H.R. 3162) authorizes law enforcement agencies to monitor and intercept the electronic communications of suspected terrorists. Telephone communication and encrypted telephony would no longer provide safe havens for terrorists to communicate with one another. However, this change in U.S. policy may have forced ...


The Anatomy of Electronic Evidence – Quantitative Analysis of Police E-Crime Data

Benjamin Turnbull; Robert Taylor; Barry Blundell 2009 International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security, 2009

By understanding the past and present, the future can be predicted. This work seeks to understand how an Australian policing agency is currently receiving and analyzing sources of electronic evidence in the investigation of criminal activity. It shows how many devices are received, what kinds of device make up each analysis job, and for investigation into which crimes. From this, ...


The Design of Real-Time Adaptive Forensically Sound Secure Critical Infrastructure

Ray Hunt; Jill Slay 2010 Fourth International Conference on Network and System Security, 2010

Network security design has seen significant advances in recent years. This has been demonstrated by a growing number of new encryption algorithms, more intelligent firewall and intrusion detection techniques, new developments in multifactor authentication, advances in malware protection and many more. During a similar period of time the industry has seen the need for network infrastructure which provides a greater ...


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  • Law Enforcement

    This chapter contains sections titled: The Function of Law Enforcement: Solution versus Prevention, A Brief History of the Police, The Use of Wiretaps in Law Enforcement, Wiretaps and Their Relatives, Electronic Surveillance in Context, Blurring the National Security/Law Enforcement Distinction

  • Glossary

    Telecommunication has never been perfectly secure. The Cold War culture of recording devices in telephone receivers and bugged embassy offices has been succeeded by a post-9/11 world of NSA wiretaps and demands for data retention. Although the 1990s battle for individual and commercial freedom to use cryptography was won, growth in the use of cryptography has been slow. Meanwhile, regulations requiring that the computer and communication industries build spying into their systems for government convenience have increased rapidly. The application of the 1994 Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act has expanded beyond the intent of Congress to apply to voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other modern data services; attempts are being made to require ISPs to retain their data for years in case the government wants it; and data mining techniques developed for commercial marketing applications are being applied to widespread surveillance of the population. InPrivacy on the Line, Whitfield Diffie and Susan Landau strip away the hype surrounding the policy debate over privacy to examine the national security, law enforcement, commercial, and civil liberties issues. They discuss the social function of privacy, how it underlies a democratic society, and what happens when it is lost. This updated and expanded edition revises their original--and prescient--discussions of both policy and technology in light of recent controversies over NSA spying and other government threats to communications privacy.

  • Bibliography

    Telecommunication has never been perfectly secure. The Cold War culture of recording devices in telephone receivers and bugged embassy offices has been succeeded by a post-9/11 world of NSA wiretaps and demands for data retention. Although the 1990s battle for individual and commercial freedom to use cryptography was won, growth in the use of cryptography has been slow. Meanwhile, regulations requiring that the computer and communication industries build spying into their systems for government convenience have increased rapidly. The application of the 1994 Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act has expanded beyond the intent of Congress to apply to voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other modern data services; attempts are being made to require ISPs to retain their data for years in case the government wants it; and data mining techniques developed for commercial marketing applications are being applied to widespread surveillance of the population. InPrivacy on the Line, Whitfield Diffie and Susan Landau strip away the hype surrounding the policy debate over privacy to examine the national security, law enforcement, commercial, and civil liberties issues. They discuss the social function of privacy, how it underlies a democratic society, and what happens when it is lost. This updated and expanded edition revises their original--and prescient--discussions of both policy and technology in light of recent controversies over NSA spying and other government threats to communications privacy.

  • Index

    Telecommunication has never been perfectly secure. The Cold War culture of recording devices in telephone receivers and bugged embassy offices has been succeeded by a post-9/11 world of NSA wiretaps and demands for data retention. Although the 1990s battle for individual and commercial freedom to use cryptography was won, growth in the use of cryptography has been slow. Meanwhile, regulations requiring that the computer and communication industries build spying into their systems for government convenience have increased rapidly. The application of the 1994 Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act has expanded beyond the intent of Congress to apply to voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other modern data services; attempts are being made to require ISPs to retain their data for years in case the government wants it; and data mining techniques developed for commercial marketing applications are being applied to widespread surveillance of the population. InPrivacy on the Line, Whitfield Diffie and Susan Landau strip away the hype surrounding the policy debate over privacy to examine the national security, law enforcement, commercial, and civil liberties issues. They discuss the social function of privacy, how it underlies a democratic society, and what happens when it is lost. This updated and expanded edition revises their original--and prescient--discussions of both policy and technology in light of recent controversies over NSA spying and other government threats to communications privacy.

  • Index

    All you have to do is watch the news, or be warned not to open your email today, to recognize the necessity for this revised and enhanced edition of this critical work, first published in 1995. We are inundated daily with intellectual property issues and warnings against computer viruses and hackers. Government and law enforcement agency involvement in the security of our computer systems leaves us vulnerable to abuse of privacy, and raises the specter of "Big Brother". Also, many critical systems controlled by computers, such as nuclear power facilities and missile defense systems, are often designed and tested with an over-reliance on computer modeling, which can cause failure, injury or loss of life. _Ethics and Computing, Second Edition_ promotes awareness of these and other major issues and accepted procedures and policies in the area of ethics and computing, using real-world companies, incidents, products and people. An entire chapter is dedicated to detailed analysis o the major ethical codes relevant to computing professionals: The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) code of ethics, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) code of ethics, the Association of Computing Machinery codes of ethics, and the ACM/IEEE Software Engineering code of ethics. _Ethics and Computing, Second Edition_ is ideally suited for topical undergraduate courses with chapters and assignments designed to encourage critical thinking and informed ethical decisions. Furthermore, this invaluable book will keep abreast computer science, computer engineering, and information systems professionals and their colleagues of current ethical issues and responsibilities.

  • Index

    Digital forensics and multimedia forensics are rapidly growing disciplines whereby electronic information is extracted and interpreted for use in a court of law. These two fields are finding increasing importance in law enforcement and the investigation of cybercrime as the ubiquity of personal computing and the internet becomes ever-more apparent. Digital forensics involves investigating computer systems and digital artefacts in general, while multimedia forensics is a sub-topic of digital forensics focusing on evidence extracted from both normal computer systems and special multimedia devices, such as digital cameras.&nbsp_place_holder; This book focuses on the interface between digital forensics and multimedia forensics, bringing two closely related fields of forensic expertise together to identify and understand the current state-of-the-art in digital forensic investigation. Both fields are expertly attended to by contributions from researchers and forensic practitioners specializ ng in diverse topics such as forensic authentication, forensic triage, forensic photogrammetry, biometric forensics, multimedia device identification, and image forgery detection among many others. Key features: - Brings digital and multimedia forensics together with contributions from academia, law enforcement, and the digital forensics industry for extensive coverage of all the major aspects of digital forensics of multimedia data and devices - Provides comprehensive and authoritative coverage of digital forensics of multimedia data and devices - Offers not only explanations of techniques but also real-world and simulated case studies to illustrate how digital and multimedia forensics techniques work - Includes a companion website hosting continually updated supplementary materials ranging from extended and updated coverage of standards to best practice guides, test datasets and more case studies

  • Pros and Cons and Customers of Safety Data and NHTSA Rulemaking

    This chapter notes the real world perceptions about MVEDRs and lists the users of automotive black box data. A list of the positive and negative aspects is included. Users of the safety data include: 1. manufacturers, 2. government, 3. law enforcement, 4. insurance companies, 5. plaintiffs, defense attorneys, judges, juries, courts and prosecutors, 6. human factors research, state insurance companies, 7. parent groups, 8. fleets and drivers, medical injury guideline data usage, 9. vehicle owner, and 10. transportation researchers and academia. The chapter also includes a summary of a NTSB EDR symposium and the complete text of the NHTSA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) issued in June, 2004.

  • The Inherent Limits of Our Legal System

    This chapter contains sections titled: The Implicit Social Contract, Effectiveness of the Law in Complex Territory with Many Variables, The Boundaries of Local Control, The Practical Limits of Law Enforcement

  • About the Editor

    All you have to do is watch the news, or be warned not to open your email today, to recognize the necessity for this revised and enhanced edition of this critical work, first published in 1995. We are inundated daily with intellectual property issues and warnings against computer viruses and hackers. Government and law enforcement agency involvement in the security of our computer systems leaves us vulnerable to abuse of privacy, and raises the specter of "Big Brother". Also, many critical systems controlled by computers, such as nuclear power facilities and missile defense systems, are often designed and tested with an over-reliance on computer modeling, which can cause failure, injury or loss of life. _Ethics and Computing, Second Edition_ promotes awareness of these and other major issues and accepted procedures and policies in the area of ethics and computing, using real-world companies, incidents, products and people. An entire chapter is dedicated to detailed analysis o the major ethical codes relevant to computing professionals: The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) code of ethics, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) code of ethics, the Association of Computing Machinery codes of ethics, and the ACM/IEEE Software Engineering code of ethics. _Ethics and Computing, Second Edition_ is ideally suited for topical undergraduate courses with chapters and assignments designed to encourage critical thinking and informed ethical decisions. Furthermore, this invaluable book will keep abreast computer science, computer engineering, and information systems professionals and their colleagues of current ethical issues and responsibilities.

  • Appendix B: Codes of Ethics

    All you have to do is watch the news, or be warned not to open your email today, to recognize the necessity for this revised and enhanced edition of this critical work, first published in 1995. We are inundated daily with intellectual property issues and warnings against computer viruses and hackers. Government and law enforcement agency involvement in the security of our computer systems leaves us vulnerable to abuse of privacy, and raises the specter of "Big Brother". Also, many critical systems controlled by computers, such as nuclear power facilities and missile defense systems, are often designed and tested with an over-reliance on computer modeling, which can cause failure, injury or loss of life. _Ethics and Computing, Second Edition_ promotes awareness of these and other major issues and accepted procedures and policies in the area of ethics and computing, using real-world companies, incidents, products and people. An entire chapter is dedicated to detailed analysis o the major ethical codes relevant to computing professionals: The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) code of ethics, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) code of ethics, the Association of Computing Machinery codes of ethics, and the ACM/IEEE Software Engineering code of ethics. _Ethics and Computing, Second Edition_ is ideally suited for topical undergraduate courses with chapters and assignments designed to encourage critical thinking and informed ethical decisions. Furthermore, this invaluable book will keep abreast computer science, computer engineering, and information systems professionals and their colleagues of current ethical issues and responsibilities.



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