Daily Archives: September 29, 2021

We are living in the Digital Transformation era, which makes us target cybercrime. Especially, the number of cybercrime has been increasing dramatically due to Covid-19 where physical movement is restricted, and digital certificates/licenses are utilised. These actions develop threats of fake digital certificates/licenses, online image abuse, and identity theft. An Australian citizen is on high alert as we have been targeted by a sophisticated “state-based” cyber-attack, according to Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s warning in June 2021. You can design a solution/concept/mode that will avoid identity theft, using unauthorised digital certificates and fake digital licenses. You can draw the ideas around the world, but it must be viable, and a practical approach based on existing/new technologies

We are living in the Digital Transformation era, which makes us target cybercrime. Especially, the number of cybercrime has been increasing dramatically due to Covid-19 where physical movement is restricted, and digital certificates/licenses are utilised. These actions develop threats of fake digital certificates/licenses, online image abuse, and identity theft. An Australian citizen is on high alert as we have been targeted by a sophisticated “state-based” cyber-attack, according to Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s warning in June 2021.

You can design a solution/concept/mode that will avoid identity theft, using unauthorised digital certificates and fake digital licenses. You can draw the ideas around the world, but it must be viable, and a practical approach based on existing/new technologies

Which of the five conflict resolution techniques does each man prefer in handling his conflict?

Buggy Wars Two friends and neighbors arrange to go into business together and then become bitter rivals: This is the story of Bob Bell and Michael Sharpe, who once lived just four houses apart on Oxford Street in Guelph, Ontario. Bell and Sharpe thought they had a good idea for a new business venture—a bicycle trailer—but the good idea turned into a long, sizzling struggle. Bell invented the bicycle trailer. Shortly after coming up with the idea, he began to design and build the bicycle trailer in his garage. Once he shared his idea with Sharpe, both thought they could form a successful partnership by drawing upon each other’s expertise. Bell, an engineer by trade, would take on research and development; Sharpe, a former computer software sales manager….

Using the five-stage model of group development, analyze the changes on the executive team.

Short Case-2: Earth Buddies On December 11, 1998, Anton Rabie, Ronnen Harary, and Ben Varadi found themselves on the cover of Canadian Business magazine. In the article, they were referred to as “Marketing Maniacs,” examples of the young and enthusiastic entrepreneurs in today’s marketplace. Fresh out of business school in 1993 and based in Toronto, the partnership between Rabie, Harary, and Varadi quickly flourished with the initial success of their product release: Earth Buddy, a small novelty head that sprouted grass hair when set in water. Thanks to successful negotiations with retail giants such as K-Mart, Canadian Tire, and Zellers, sales grew steadily for the first few years. In 1995, the partnership changed the company name to Spin Master Toys. After only four years of operating, Spin Master….