Learning Goal: I'm working on a cyber security question and need guidance to help me learn. 1 = A variety of online cipher tools demonstrate different cryptographic algorithms. Visit the website Cipher Tools : http://rumkin.com/tools/cipher/ and explore the different tools. Select three tools (like ROT13, One-Time-Pad, etc.), and experiment with them. Which one is easy to use, and which one is more difficult? Which one would you justify as more secure than the others? Why? 2 = Due to the importance of incorporating cryptography in low-power devices, like the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, a new "subfield" of cryptography called lightweight cryptography is being developed. This aims to provide cryptographic solutions that are uniquely tailored for low-power devices that need to manage resource vs. security constraints. Do a quick research on lightweight cryptography. What are its goals? What are its limitations? What are its advantages? 3 = Ethics is a huge issue in healthcare, as with many other industries. When you think of the amount of personal health information available to healthcare workers, it is essential to have a team that values a high degree of ethical behavior. To begin this discussion, provide an example of an ethical leader and a leader that you would describe as maybe not so ethical. You do not need to use names but give an overview of the situation and why you perceive these leaders as ethical and non-ethical. Add a scholarly article that provides this information, as well. 4 = the topic of diversity and inclusive management. To begin this discussion, we will use the case study listed on page 189 of your text. Read through the case study and provide your thoughts on the two bullets on this page. You do not have to complete the table on page 190 but do provide this information in your post. 5 = As a researcher, you have been asked to find an appropriate instrument for a study to investigate how English-speaking elders seek health information on the Internet. As a beginning step, you look at the ATU Library site. Your preliminary search returns the following articles. Review each of the articles (listed below) and determine if they provide an appropriate instrument for the purpose of your study. This may be accomplished by providing a few sentences in response to each reference. Submit your explanation. Bleakley, A., Merzel, C., VanDevanter, N., & Messeri, P. (2004). Computer Access and Internet Use Among Urban Youths. American Journal of Public Health, 94(5), 744-6. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Complete. (Document ID: 636715961). HHS Wants Ideas for I.T. Infrastructure. (2004, December). Health Data Management, 12(12), 22. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Complete. (Document ID: 760525951). Koehly, L., Peters, J., Kenen, R., Hoskins, L., Ersig, A., Kuhn, N., Loud, J., & Greene, M. (2009). Characteristics of Health Information Gatherers, Disseminators, and Blockers Within Families at Risk of Hereditary Cancer: Implications for Family Health Communication Interventions. American Journal of Public Health, 99(12), 2203-9. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Complete. (Document ID: 1923251351). Library Science; New findings from Virginia Commonwealth University in the area of library science published. (2007, December). Physician Business Week,93. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Complete. (Document ID: 1401693151). Hansen, T., Boye, H., & Thomsen, T. (2010). Involvement, competencies, gender and food health information seeking. British Food Journal, 112(4), 387-402. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Complete. (Document ID: 2017452021). Weaver, J., Mays, D., Weaver, S., Hopkins, G., Eroglu, D., & Bernhardt, J.. (2010). Health Information-Seeking Behaviors, Health Indicators, and Health Risks. American Journal of Public Health, 100(8), 1520-5. Retrieved October 11, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Complete. (Document ID: 2089540141). 6 = Limitations or errors in the investigations of other researchers are opportunities for current researchers. a. Review the De la Chappelle and Wright article. What error did the researchers identify in their study? Note: You don't have to understand what the error is, just read through the article and make note of the error they said they found? Why did the error occur? Based on their findings, what interpretation do the researchers make? b. As stated, limitations specified in articles are sources of future research. Read through the Pham et al article. Identify the study’s limitations. Brainstorm future investigations based on this study of hospital operations. References De la Chapelle, A., and F.A. Wright. 1998, October. Linkage disequilibrium mapping in isolated populations: The example of Finland revisited. Pham, H.H., J. Coughlan, and A.S. O’Malley. 2006, September-October. The impact of quality-reporting programs on hospital operations. Health Affairs 25(5):1412-1422.