The paper "What Security Procedures Can Be Used to Ensure Confidentiality of Payroll Information" is an outstanding example of a management assignment. Logging off of the system when not in use to prevent random access by people, setting passwords that only authorized persons to have access to, this prevents those unauthorized from accessing it. Positioning the computer screen so that unauthorized people cannot view the display, setting up the payroll system in a controlled room where only authorized people can gain access, not discussing and details of an employee to avoid leakage of important financial information, ensuring that only authorized people are given information regarding employees pay details and lastly ensuring that the payroll data is used only for the intended purpose so that it is not accessible for use in a wrong way. 2.
George is the new manager of the payroll area. He is tasked with examining the security arrangements for the payroll area to ensure they are sufficient. What areas should he focus on to start his examination? Discuss in 110 words. The accessibility of the computers used where they should have passwords to prevent unauthorized access, the physical location of the payroll system whereby it should be in a safe room where only authorized people can enter.
The positioning of the computer screen whereby it should be tilted to prevent it from displaying the screen except to the operator, another area is the use of employee’ s information whereby details of an employee should be used only for the required purpose to avoid misuse or leakage. Handling where the information should be handled by one person for discretion. The backup aspect where the information should be backed up in an online system such as cloud since the system may have problems and result in loss of the data. Activity 2 Explain the standard process used by payroll management to ensure employee allowance claims are substantiated.
Discuss in 110 words. Allowance claims are compensations provided to employees for the problems, hardships or expenses they incur in the process of attaining organizational goals.