Running Head: INCLUSIVE APPROACH1There is an immense amount of diversity in the world. Each ethnicity, gender, creed, religion, etc. are subject to pitfalls and strengths. SAP has set out to ensure their recruiting effortsincluded a diverse spread of employees. Their initiative to recruit autistic candidates is included in these efforts. Per Fundamentals of Human Resource Management’s section entitled “SAP’s Inclusive Approach to Recruiting,” SAP bases their recruiting strategy around the idea that their human resources are an advantage against competitors (Noe, 2007). Autistic candidates tend to have a harder time find jobs due to the stigma that comes withtheir condition. They also have trouble with social tasks such as working with customers and interviewing (Noe, 2007). SAP, however, considers them to be an untapped market of skill that can be a major advantage to their company. Boston University ran an article that outlined the
Danny GreeneUnit 3 Assignment 1: Knowing the Basics1.What is a fail-safe? Machine, equipment, or computer system that rarely fails because its criTcal and most used components have backup components which are automaTcally acTvated if the primary components fail.2.What is complete mediaTon? A soFware system that requires access checks to an object each Tme a subject requests access, especially for security-criTcal objects, decreases the chances of mistakenly giving elevated permissions to that subject. What are some common examples of mediators? Spy-ware anT-virus mal-ware 3.Regarding separaTon of privilege, which funcTons should be separate? You should separate the master control of your network among three di±erent it security members. Should roles be separate as well? Explain why. Yes so that you don’t have people in di±erent departments changing thing they don’t need to. 4.What does the least privilege principal dictate? It dictates that the pracTce of limiTng access to the minimal level that will allow normal funcToning.