Combating the Threat of Social Engineering – Keep Employees From Becoming the Weakest Link

Smart criminals understand their success hinges on choosing the right opportunity to exploit a specific weakness. That’s why burglars avoid homes with alarm systems, car thieves look for unlocked vehicles and muggers don’t attack anyone coming out of a dojo wearing a white robe and a black belt. In other words, they go after the “lowest hanging fruit”.

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ADHD – Review of Literature – Effects on Development Within Family, Education, and Social Systems

Attention Deficit Hyper Activity Disorder according to Singh (2002) is a developmental disorder that is brain based and most often affects children. This developmental disorder can be characterized as a disorder in which affects ones self control; primary aspects include difficulty with attention, impulse control, and activity levels usually diagnosed prior to the age of 7yrs. of age (Willoughby, 2003).

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