majority of cases are indicative, therefore, the final decision on ensuring activities of an enterprise according to recommendations provided by a service (department) falls within the competence of management (current decisions) and owners of an enterprise (strategic decisions). It is advisable to use the profiling method when using the proposed "danger risk level" indicator in activities of an enterprise, which helps testers and economic security analysts identify risks. A risk profile built for each security object of the enterprise economic security system or management decision contains risk indicators. The procedure for calculating the risk level depends on a combination of risk indicators and indicators values. A list of potential dangers and estimates of a likelihood of their transformation into threats to an enterprise economic security depends on the risk level. The key indicator of the danger risk profile is the danger risk indicator – a criterion that is a practical tool for selecting and identifying the actions of structural units to protect the security facilities of an enterprise economic security system in order to increase the level of an enterprise economic security as a whole. Profile characteristics together with other information and operational data provide a basis for identifying potential threats to security objects of an enterprise economic security system and, finally, an enterprise economic security as a whole. A danger in the example that is considered is a supplier’s behavior (the way a supplier interacts with an enterprise). The supplier’s behavior is a comprehensive concept, which describes quality of products supplied, compliance with delivery conditions (terms, batch size, packaging, prices, etc.), a supplier’s quality characteristics (reputation, attitude to contractors, etc.). All these components together determine such characteristics of a supplier’s behavior as important for an enterprise as its predictability and acceptability. Deviations in a behavior of a supplier can create a danger to activities of an enterprise with its subsequent transformation into a threat (delay in supply and non- compliance with their conditions). The "danger risk level" indicator is determined in a risk profile for each indicator, which "net" level is determined as the average value of indicators (Table 3). An importance of a supplier in the example is determined by the specific gravity of its supplies in the structure of supplies of inventory items to an enterprise (Table 4). The value of a ―net‖ level of the supplier’s danger risk is specified using the indicator of share of its supplies in the structure of inventory supplies to an enterprise.
The functioning of enterprises in modern conditions is unquestionably associated with the dangers, threats and risks of internal and external environment that determine the conditions for their activities and are directly reflected in economic security. The constant search for ways to eliminate destabilizing factors necessitates the use of various approaches and methods that will allow enterprises to successfully resist them and develop steadily. One of these management approaches is the so-called ―flexible management‖ of the enterprise, which allows to quickly respond and withstand challenges and threats. And this "flexibility" should be applied when managing not only the enterprise, but also the economic security system. A significant number of scientists were engaged in the study of the economic security system, in contrast to the flexible management of an enterprise economic security system.
and interstate levels on the basis of efficient interaction and joint use of resources and market advantages, countering external and internal threats. Analysis of the most essential components of the economic security system of network structures enables distinguishing the problems of ensuring their economic security including conflicts of network association participants’ interests, efficient use of resources and resource saving, possible negative consequences of applied information technologies, globalization of financial transactions tending to be more disassociated from functioning and development of real production. The developed mechanism of diagnosing economic security of economic entities in network economy conditions, which is part of management of the economic security system, will enable more efficient detection of risks and threats in network enterprises’ activity.
Abstract: The feasibility of using a behavioristic model of the mechanism of economic security of foreign economic activity of enterprise is substantiated in order to determine and detail the features of the qualitative functioning of the mechanism of economic security of enterprises foreign economic activity as a part of the enterprise management system. The use of behaviorism to describe the functioning of the mechanism of economic security of foreign economic activity of enterprise has its own causal basis and its advantages. Firstly, the mechanism of economic security of foreign economic activity of enterprise is not an inherently valuable element of the enterprise management system. In simple words, the composition of the mechanism is not that valuable as its necessary reactions under various stimuli. Secondly, using just behaviorism and content analysis allows us to combine the triad ―stimulus- content-response‖. Thirdly, the use of behaviorism allows relatively simple, without involving deterministic analytical models, to carry out a scenario analysis of the functioning of the mechanism of economic security of foreign economic activity of enterprise and, if necessary, debug such a mechanism and ensure its adequate content with increasing complexity, variability and intensity of stimuli. This allows to use the model of the functioning of the mechanism of economic security of foreign economic activity of enterprise depending on the needs of the user and the task in prescriptive, descriptive and constructive-reflective modes. Based on the developed model of the functioning of the mechanism of economic security of foreign economic activity of enterprise and the detailed disclosure of each of the elements of such a model, an algorithm for constructing this mechanism is developed. On the basis of the model under consideration, certain elements of such a model and their content, the structure of scenarios of functioning of mechanism, the generated algorithm allows to build an mechanism of economic security of the foreign economic activity of enterprise for a particular enterprise taking into account the specific operating conditions of such an enterprise, the expected incentives from the external and internal environment of the enterprise as for mechanism functioning, its predetermined reactions and its necessary structure, which allows to provide such reactions in existing conditions.
Our analysis is based on the application of a systematic approach, because each threat that affects the course of the analyzed process is evaluated in conjunction with all the others. The system approach allows comparing possible solutions to the problem. Each problem is known to be characterized by the need to change the state, and the solution establishes how the transition will be made from the existing state to what is assumed. Predictions allow you to prepare in advance for future events, take into account their positive and negative consequences, to a certain extent regulate the course of events. Based on this, we consider it appropriate, on the basis of the prevailing predictions about the possible change in the influence of external and internal threats, to offer a scientific and methodical approach to the formation of a tactics and strategy to ensure the economic security of the enterprise (Fig. 1).
With the development of scientific and technological progress, new information technologies are rapidly cover more aspects of human life. It is not surprising that such an important part of the administration, as documentary management software, has approached the use of new technologies. Today is no accident so much talk about the effectiveness of the implementation of information technology. Promoting rational and judicious management of the enterprise to the smallest detail of any level is impossible without creating adapted to specific business processes of complex software. In this enterprise information system must take into account the strategic development targets].
On the other hand, the security of enterprise development should also take into account the legal support of the subjects of relations in the management of risks. However, legal support has not received enough attention at any level of the national economy. Although, according to Article 42 of the Commercial Code of Ukraine, entrepreneurship is an independent, initiative, systematic, at its own risk, economic activity carried out by economic entities (entrepreneurs) in order to achieve economic and social results and profit , there is no integrated regulatory framework for risk management regulation. All these conditioned the relevance of this study.
these networks connect to the Internet for commercial or research activities. Therefore, the network is under attack from hackers on a continual basis, so network security technologies are ever evolving and playing catch-up with hackers. Around 20 years ago the number of potential users was small and the scope of any activity on the network was limited to local networks only. As the Internet expanded in its reach across national boundaries and as the number of users increased, potential risk to the network grew exponentially . Therefore, we need to analyze the security of the network regularly for the purpose of identifying the available security threats and hence implementing the security policy and mechanisms appropriate for both the servers and the clients in the ELANs.
with “SonicWall Aventail E-class SRA” provides seamless network experience for Window mobiles. SonicWall Aventail SSL VPN provides secure access to MS Exchange email, contact calendar services using “ActiveSyn® SonicWall Device Identification” binds a user with smartphones; in case of theft privileges will be revoked. “SonicWall Aventail End Point Control” provides administrators to verify supported anti-virus, firewall, anti-spyware solutions on smartphones. SonicWall Clean VPN combines SSL, VPN, Next Generation Firewall or UTM for fined-grain application level security. SonicWall RFDPITM (U.S. Patent 7,310,815D-A) performs simultaneous multithread scanning and analysis at wire speed which is very crucial for high bandwidth networks. “SonicWall Application Intelligence and Control” can provide granular control over application, bandwidth and website access. “SonicWALL Application Flow Monitor” generates real-time graphs, bandwidth utilization, website connections, and user activity. “SonicWALL Clean Wireless Service” with “SonicPoint-N Dual-Band TM ” and “SonicWall Firewall” fix
Enterprise mobility is emerging as a fast-growing trend worldwide. Numerous risks originate from using mobile devices for business-related tasks and most of these risks pose a significant security threat to organisations’ information. Information Technology (IT) governance frameworks can provide guidance in managing these risks at a strategic level, but these frameworks do not effectively govern on a technical operational level. Implementation of these frameworks may also be inefficient, as they are generic and do not necessarily cover all the risks relating to a specific technology. This study provides organisations with guidance on how to govern these enterprise mobility security risks in an effective manner at both a strategic and an operational level. Using three IT governance frameworks, this study identified 12 practices that companies can employ to mitigate significant mobility security risks.
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Each data owner will decide what the requirements for access and privilege to their data are, and this includes the level of assurance that is acceptable. ELS represents a strong identity assurance and will be assigned a value of .80 (values are arbitrary and subject to revision). It is assumed that if the data owner wishes strong identity assurance he will specify .70 or .75 as the identity assurance value (from the collection below, the value of .75 requires bio information in the absence of PIV). This will allow all enterprise users with a PIV to actually present access and privilege claims to the application. The lowest level of identity assurance would come from self-assertion; however, we will require several additional factors for this minimum, including a presence in the enterprise catalog, verification by an out-of-band (OOB – phone or e-mail) method; and of course for authorization, claims must be available for the individual. This lowest level will be described as User Asserted Identity with OOB verification and assigned a value of .2, which should also be the minimum specified by a data owner. A total of seven identity cases were developed, as follows, with strengths shown in Table 1:
The Security checkpoints on web applications will make the web applications secure and the risks associated with the applications will drastically decrease. Most of the web applications vulnerabilities can be avoided by proper filtering of the user input data and by proper output encoding. A majority of the vulnerabilities can be curbed by properly specifying the access control parameters. Secure programming techniques should be incorporated in order to avoid application flaws. The Security checkpoints for enterprise applications on the web, is a step in securing the enterprise applications.
The innovation in today’s IM systems is the packaging of these separate systems into a managed messaging platform. Jabber takes this further and establishes a universal messaging address and the concept of presence that can be applied to that address for an even simpler communication experience. A common address and presence are relatively simple technologies that have existed in other forms. How- ever, it’s the packaging of the concepts into a single, easy to use, cohesive messag- ing system that has really caught on. The need for ease of use has increased as more people (many of whom have less technical knowledge or inclination than earlier Internet users) join the network community.
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The aim of the evaluation is to analyses the current situation of the development of enterprise culture, inspects the scientific and rationality, finds the problem, and determines the advantages and disadvantages of the development of enterprise culture. But how to evaluate scientifically the effect of the construction enterprise culture development needs a scientific, simple and effective method. And also a set of evaluation indexes must be presented.
economic mechanism is understood as a purposeful change of its parameters, structure and properties to the changes that are taking place, i.e. the reorientation of the system to the solution of changing tasks. An adaptive control mechanism implies the need to respond quickly and cost-effectively to changes in the external environment and internal capabilities of the enterprise. Adaptability of the organizational and economic mechanism of an enterprise is proposed to be ensured by constantly improving the competitiveness of services provided, management technology, improving the organizational management structure, as well as timely receipt and analysis of information about the external environment.
The testing of the system is done using data collected from World Bank online database. The data is collected with respect to India from the year 2008 to 2012, as longer the number of years, higher the testing values to study for the model. The cereal production unit is in metric tons and the cereal yield unit is in kg per hectare. The economic growth is taken as the annual GDP in percentage. All the data has been normalized as the input fuzzy set is between 0 to 1. It can be seen from Table IV.
In the fast-developing high-teach era, big data technology has developed rapidly. All industries need professional talents to improve technology informatization, marketing, and enterprise management. In the era of big data, all kinds of data converge to form a more reasonable and professional technical means. The data management and analysis is not the primary task of information, but the power of the team . In the adjustment process of big data resources, it is necessary to integrate the ability of understanding information technology, controlling the information exchange law, analyzing and processing data. Take the essence and go to the dregs to create a new idea of data analysis, for which, a large number of high-tech personnel is needed to suggest professional solutions for marketing, enterprise operation and management. However, most of the enterprises have not discovered such practical problems which require corporate managers to have the correct values, to view the issues comprehensively, and to fundamen- tally deal with the shortage of professional talents.
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petitive environment of globalised economies, under circumstances of the continual and fast changing external surrounding, it is important to use various calculation methods for the efficient economic per- formance management. Those calculation methods ensure that the costs expended for production can be analysed from different points of view. it can be, for example, from these points of view:
His later works developed a more nuanced understanding of the relationship between power/knowledge that centred on the ‘conduct of conduct ’ or the ways subjects are constituted to be active in the gov- ernment of their own moral behaviours (Foucault, 2008; Rose and Miller, 1992). Foucault saw governmentality as embodying an eco- nomic rationality that extends the principles of the market to new ﬁ elds of governing as a means of ‘ veridiction ’ that decides what is ‘ right ’ and ‘wrong’ in the degree and type of governmental intervention (Dean, 1999; Foucault, 2008). Under this new governmental lens, every in- dividual operates as a phenomenally free self-contained enterprise in its exchanges with other individuals and institutions (Foucault, 2008). An ‘enterprise society’ is a society of competition and production (Foucault, 2008) which values individualism, ﬂ exibility, re ﬂ exivity and accountability (Vallas and Hill, 2012). Foucault (2008) explains that enterprising conduct is produced via a multitude of institutions that move responsibility for conduct from the state to the subject, and en- sures the attainment of governmental goals without direct intervention (Adams and de Bont, 2007; Rose and Miller, 1992). Drawing on other elements of Foucault's writing (2008) there is growing interest in the contribution of pastoral power in the conduct of conduct, especially the way moral leaders contribute to subjectiﬁcation through both guiding and overseeing individual behaviour (Martin and Waring, 2018). This suggests that empowerment is not an antithesis but a necessary con- dition of (self-)discipline (Dean, 1999; McNay, 2009; Vallas and Hill, 2012).
We are using RF sensor module and finger print detector module interfaced on PIC microcontroller because it is very advanced and cost effective. in our application which is entirely dedicated to ensure security to the premises of an office, school or to the offices where security is of utmost priority. as security personnel are not that much active and attentive in providing security, we have implemented a system to assure the security. Our system is low maintenance system where things can be implemented via hardware and software without any complex programming.