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Ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of electronic activity records (logs) for the purposes of judicial evidence
The thesis deals with the issue of processing records of employee activities in organization's information systems. The aim of the thesis is to design organizational, procedural and technical measures that will allow the use of records of employee activities as admissible evidence in a dispute with an employee. To create a suitable policy, a methodology based on the procedures of implementing an Information Security Management System (ISMS) is used and an analysis of legislative requirements and requirements of internationally recognized standards such as ISO, NIST for content, storage and security of logs is performed. The thesis also takes into account the requirements of the Personal Data Processing Act and the Labor Code. The output is a policy proposal that provides for chosen organization comprehensive solution for processing records while meeting all relevant requirements of the organization.
Notions of after-life and meaning of death in Zuni society
Ručková, Eliška ; Řezáčová, Vendula (advisor) ; Kotlík, Pavel (referee)
Bachelor's thesis called Visions of the afterlife and the importance of death for the Zuni Indian tribe is trying to provide a comprehensive view of the funeral rituals and death beliefs among the selected society of the Puebloan Indians. At first, I try to outline the historical background of the development of the Zuni tribe, along with a brief description of the manner of life and religion and its changes, especially under the influence of Spanish conquerors and Christian religion. After that I am trying to put topic itself into this outline. The paper also briefly deals with selected myths that are one of the main sources of ideas about the afterlife among Zuni for this thesis. The thesis devotes most attention to the afterlife along with funerary ritual. The main objective of this work is both to see how ideas about the death of Zuni reflect their society, and what is meaning of death for them. The paper strives to show that importance of death is in the context of maintaining the unity of a society that is so typical for this tribe.
Test-retest reliability in integrity testing
Kozárová, Adéla ; Preiss, Marek (advisor) ; Ševčíková, Marcela (referee)
This thesis deals with personal integrity and its testing for the job tender. The main objective is to determine the test-retest reliability of the integrity test, which is currently being developed and studied at the National Institute of Mental Health in Klecany. Another aim of the work is to compare the Czech version of the integrity test, a whole set of psychological tests designed to investigate the integrity intended for recruiting new employees, and the findings of foreign tests, which are used primarily in the United States. The use of integrity tests is a common practice abroad in the selection process of new employees, for example in lower administration or positions working with money. Work has both theoretical and practical character. The theoretical part summarizes the findings about integrity from authors throughout history, present information about foreign integrity test (types, weaknesses, ethical issues of testing, the proposed rules for the implementation of integrity tests for job tenders for organization, etc.). Finally, it discusses psychometrics and required characteristics for quality tests. The practical part is based on a test-retest study that was conducted on a sample of 51 respondents in the time interval of 4 to 5 months. Respondents were repeatedly presented with a...
Musically Integrative Projects for Junior Level Pupils of Elementary Schools (Creation, Verification, Methodical Proposals for Practice)
Fantová, Růžena ; Kodejška, Miloš (advisor) ; Lojdová, Jaroslava (referee)
Bachelor's thesis analyzes existing experience with realisation of children's concerts both in Czech and foreign environment. On the basis of theoretical foundations of historical, psychological, ontogenetic and social nature, musically integrative scenarios were created for junior level pupils. The effectiveness of the scripts were consecutively verified in the research part. The results were evaluated with regards to given subject, aims, methods, operational hypothesis. Final part of the bachelor's thesis is devoted to methodical proposals for musical education at junior level of elementary schools.
Ethical aspects of handling data acquired from experiments on people
Constable, Marika ; Fošum, Jan (advisor) ; Sousedík, Prokop (referee)
The presented master's thesis examines experiments on humans conducted in Nazi concentration camps during WWII and focuses on the conflict between the victims on one side and scientists on the other. In this conflict, which is centered around the fate of the data, both sides take a strong stand. The criteria for an ethical evaluation is to objectively articulate the main argumentation pillars from both sides and assess their validity in the contrast of two ethical theories which are virtue theory and the theory of consequentialism. To reach this objective, the thesis draws from available literal and audio-visual sources from the fields of history, philosophy, psychology, anthropology and bioethics. The paper is divided into three main parts. The first part is dedicated to terminology, technical execution, integrity, impact and logistics of the experiments. The second part analyzes victim testimonies and impact statements and arguments that had been put forward by the research community. The third part deals with the meaning of the term person's dignity/KAVOD, evaluates the argument points in the contrast of ethical theories, introduces the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance and deliberates the scientific community stance. Keywords Bioethics, cognitive dissonance, concentration camps,...
Integrity measures under clinical conditions and in selection situations. The use of integrity test in clinical practice and at work psychology
Příhodová, Tereza ; Preiss, Marek (advisor) ; Miovský, Michal (referee) ; Bob, Petr (referee)
Univerzita Karlova 1. lékařská fakulta Studijní program: Psychologie Studijní obor: Lékařská psychologie a psychopatologie Tereza Příhodová, M.A. Měření integrity v klinických podmínkách a v situaci výběru Využití testu integrity v klinické praxi a psychologii práce Integrity measures under clinical conditions and in selection situations The use of integrity test in clinical practice and at work psychology Disertační práce - abstrakt v anglickém jazyce Vedoucí závěrečné práce/Školitel: doc. PhDr. Marek Preiss, Ph.D. Konzultant: PhDr. et PaedDr. Pavel Harsa, Ph.D. et Ph.D. Praha, 2021 ABSTRACT Integrity is a psychological and philosophical construct, which is closely related to the concepts of moral psychology. In different psychological disciplines it is often associated with related constructs including conscientiousness, virtue, honesty or emotional stability. In Czech psychological and psychiatric practice integrity is a variable, which is commonly not measured and evaluated as a personal asset, mainly due to the fact that there is a lack of proper instruments, which would be accessible to clinicians or researchers. The main goal of this dissertation thesis was to introduce newly developed integrity test, which is applicable in clinical and in non-clinical settings. Thus, this thesis summarizes the...
Satellite navigation system GLONASS 2018+ (student handbook)
Navrátilová, Karolína ; Hlinka, Jiří (referee) ; Vosecký, Slavomír (advisor)
The aim of presented bachelor thesis is produce study aid on the topic global satellite navigation systém GLONASS 2018+. The work deals with the development of the system itself and signals, navigation messages and individual system segments, that makes up the system as a whole. The work also includes an overview of current development and direction of future development, as well as overview of navigation metods where the services of the GNSS are used. Part of the work is devoted the developing european´s sattelite system Galileo and american system GPS. The last chapter deals with four important criteria, i.e. availability, integrity, continuity and accuracy where the systems of GNSS are compared.
Integrity and social desirability in psychiatric in-patients
Doubková, Nikola
This thesis deals with two constructs - social desirability and integrity. The main aim of this thesis is to create an interview which will allow to distinguish people by their level of integrity and their tendency to respond in a socially desirable manner. The interview can serve as a face-to-face variant of questionnaire methods. Theoretical foundations of both social desirability as well as integrity are presented in the theoretical part of the thesis. Complexity of both constructs is considered. Therefore, approaches of various authors are presented. Methods for assessing socially desirable responding in self- reports as well as integrity are also presented as part of the theoretical section of this thesis. The effects of social desirability on integrity assessment is discussed, as well. In the empirical part of the thesis the development of the semi-structured interview is described. The interview was developed based on original Czech test battery focusing on personal integrity at the workplace. Specifically, questionnaire Integrita v pracovním a běžném životě alongside with questionnaire assessing social desirability was used. The semi-structured interview contains a total of eight questions. Each question includes short story, and the respondent is asked to judge his / her behavior in this...
Design of methodology for vulnerability assesment
Pecl, David ; Martinásek, Zdeněk (referee) ; Gerlich, Tomáš (advisor)
The thesis deals with the assessment of security vulnerabilities. The aim of this work is to create a new method of vulnerability assessment, which will better prioritize critical vulnerabilities and reflect parameters that are not used in currently used methods. Firstly, it describes the common methods used to assess vulnerabilities and the parameters used in each method. The first described method is the Common Vulnerability Scoring System for which are described all three types of scores. The second analysed method is OWASP Risk Rating Methodology. The second part is devoted to the design of the own method, which aims to assess vulnerabilities that it is easier to identify those with high priority. The method is based on three groups of parameters. The first group describes the technical assessment of the vulnerability, the second is based on the requirements to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the asset and the third group of parameters evaluates the implemented security measures. All three groups of parameters are important for prioritization. Parameters describing the vulnerability are divided into permanent and up-to-date, where the most important up-to-date parameter are Threat Intelligence and easy of exploitation. The parameters of the impact on confidentiality, integrity and availability are linked to the priority of the asset, and to the evaluation of security measures, which increase the protection of confidentiality, integrity and availability. The priority of the asset and the quality of the countermeasures are assessed based on questionnaires, which are submitted to the owners of the examined assets as part of the vulnerability assessment. In the third part of the thesis, the method is compared with the currently widely used the Common Vulnerability Scoring System. The strengths of the proposed method are shown in several examples. The effectiveness of prioritization is based primarily on the priority of the asset and the security measures in place. The method was practically tested in a laboratory environment, where vulnerabilities were made on several different assets. These vulnerabilities were assessed using the proposed method, the priority of the asset and the quality of the measures were considered, and everything was included in the priority of vulnerability. This testing confirmed that the method more effectively prioritizes vulnerabilities that are easily exploitable, recently exploited by an attacker, and found on assets with minimal protection and higher priority.
Integrity in seniors
Demaj, Martina ; Chrz, Vladimír (advisor) ; Hrabec, Ondřej (referee)
This diploma thesis was focused on the study of integrity, its aspects, forms and resources in seniors, which we have identified as persons with a high degree of integrity based on established criteria. The aim of this work was to capture and understand the unique life experience of these seniors. The work consists of a theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical part consists of explanation of concepts of integrity and old age, in particular we focus on Erikson's conception of integrity and concept of successful aging. The empirical part consists of qualitative research aimed at finding sources and manifestations of integrity in three unique life stories of seniors aged 75-91. We obtained data for our research in a home for the elderly through semi-structured interviews, which we then analyzed using the method of interpretative phenomenological analysis. The results are presented from two perspectives. The first is an analysis of the experience of individual seniors, the second represents the perspective of themes that are important for integrity and appeared in most of our respondents. These themes are: Activity, Moral Integrity, Trust - Acceptance - Surrender, Ways of Living, Modesty, Relationship Orientation and Spirituality. We also created a category for unique qualities, which appeared...

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