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Best Car Accident Lawyers in San Jose

Best Car Accident Lawyers in San Jose

San Jose Car Accident & Personal Injury Lawyers: In the serious Car Accident or any other personal injury in San Jose, injured victims might face several types of important questions. How will I pay my medical bills? How will I be compensated for missed work? If I need prolonged medical …

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CRIMINAL, CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATOR LAW

CRIMINAL, CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATOR LAW

Within common law there are various branches of laws, including the criminal, civil and the administrative law. Criminal Law Criminal law pertains to those laws where the victims can be seen as the society itself. While it may seen odd to consider the society as the victim when an individual …

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Contents of a Contract – PTES

Contents of a Contract – Penetration Testing

Contents of a Contract Penetration Testing: When the initial meeting is conducted, a contract will be generated outlining the objectives and parameters of the test. Read: Intelligence Gathering – PTES Let me give you a rough idea of some of the items that may be included: System to Be Evaluated …

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The Computer Security Act of 1987

The Computer Security Act requires federal agencies to identify and protect computer systems that contain sensitive information. This law requires agencies that keep sensitive information to conduct regular training and audits and to implement procedures to protect privacy. All federal agencies must comply with this act. Note: For more information …

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Code of Conduct and Ethics

Code of Conduct and Ethics

Code of Conduct and Ethics: As an ethical hacker you will need to make sure that you adhere to a code of conduct or ethics to ensure you remain trustworthy (and employed). In the case of EC-Council’s CEH credential you are expected to adhere to their Code of Ethics in …

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Ethics and The Law

Ethics and The Law: As an ethical hacker, you need to be aware of the law and how it affects what you do. Ignorance or lack of understanding of the law not only is a bad idea but can quickly put you out of business—or even in prison. In fact, …

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