CIS PSY MKT
Psy 110 discussion question
Leadership and Motivation” Respond to one (1) of the following discussion topics:
- Select one (1) person whom you consider to be a leader (e.g., Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King, Jr., a family member, a close friend, etc.). Explain the key characteristics that the selected individual possesses that makes you believe he or she is an effective leader. Support your response with at least one (1) example of the selected individual’s leadership in action.
- Think about what motivates you to be a leader. Describe the manner in which you apply the key characteristics of leadership to both your work and personal life. Next, state whether or not you think such leadership characteristics are innate or learned. Provide a rationale for your response.
CIS 333 discussion question
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“Security Standards” Please respond to the following:
- A number of organizations exist to define information security standards. Explain the importance of standards organizations with regard to both information systems and information systems security. Provide a rationale for your response.
- From the e-Activity, determine two (2) specific concerns that you believe exist for cloud deployments, and ascertain whether or not data breaches, such as the Snowden Incident have heightened concerns. Justify your answer.
MKT 305 discussion question
“Consumer Behavior Blog Post –Hey! Give me back my information! Is selling consumer information ethical?” Please respond to the following:
- Some companies sell consumer information to other companies. This practice is usually stated on the company’s disclosure form, indicating that it will share information with companies that it believes may be beneficial to you. In your blog post this week, take a position from either a consumer or business point of view and debate the ethics of selling consumer information to other companies.
- Your blog entry should be approximately two to three (2-3) paragraphs in length. Additionally, be sure to respond to the blog entries created by two (2) of your peers.