Authenticity
Authentcity:
means establishing a user’s identity beyond reasonable doubt. Authenticating the user is
crucial in many scenarios, particularly in business and legal matters. A simple example of authentication is
a user login to a network. A more advanced example would be the use of encrypted digital signatures in a
business transaction or the use of watermarking on digital photographs.



Biometric Passport Chips

Hackers Clone E-Passports

What is Ethics?
"Ethics has to do with what my feelings tell me is right or wrong."
"Ethics has to do with my religious beliefs."
"Being ethical is doing what the law requires."
"Ethics consists of the standards of behavior our society accepts."
From Santa Clara University.













FraudWatch
Why is it Important to Protect your Personal Information?
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"On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog."

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