From the matrix, it is clear cyberspace attracts ethical and unethical hacking initiatives. Unethical hacking attracts the largest categories of attacks, with most occurrences prioritizing on illicit intelligence of malicious or financial gain. Unethical hacking cyber actions are pioneered and sponsored by illegal and criminal initiatives. Gupta and Anand (2017) caution online users of differentiating ethical vs unethical hacking, noting most online users leave vulnerable information that might be used to steal their sensitive information. On the other hand, ethical hacking is useful for protecting enterprise infrastructure, playing a crucial role in investigating vulnerabilities (Rowland, 2012). The matrix would guide such people towards understanding the desired code of conduct. Either way, the moral and legal approach are useful in prosecuting criminal behaviour, more regulating the nature of computer intrusions. Kahn and Gardin (2016) note ideally basic ethical guidelines are established towards setting a clear jurisdiction between ethical and unethical hacking. Proposed guidelines fully focus on anatomical knowledge and dissection techniques that help in guiding to what extent an initiative is considered ethical against unethical concern. The level, objectives and damage/ salvage, therefore, questions the nature and the intentions of security objectives further justifying the need for security approaches. It is however clear those ethical hackers utilize their knowledge to improve system security based security development procedures. Also as noted, in cyberspace authorities vs. gangs are mentored by different ethical and moral hacking conduct. This is however guided by the parallel development of a moral or corporate code of conduct (Mohammad, 2010). However, it is important to specify policies, guidelines and standards that control state-level conflicts. However, organizations should fully define the legal grey area, given grey hacking could be misinterpreted in a court of law.
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Kahn, P., & Gardin, T. (2015). A student proposal for ethical guidelines in anatomical education: Ethical and policy considerations. Clinical Anatomy, 29(1), 60-64. doi: 10.1002/ca.22649
Mohamad, S. (2010). Ethical Corporate Culture and Guidelines for Ethical Leadership. International Journal Of Trade, Economics And Finance, 1(2), 151-154. doi: 10.7763/ijtef.2010.v1.27Rowland, A. (2012). Ethical hacking: protecting connected vehicles. Engineering & Technology Reference, 1(1). doi: 10.1049/etr.2015.0127
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