Summary of Lindsey, McKenzie’s essay, “Getting Personal about Cybersecurity”

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In summary of Lindsey, McKenzie’s essay, “Getting Personal about Cybersecurity” she reports, that students attending UMass Amherst continued to used weak passwords even after starting a campaign to educate students about the ease of finding personal information about them through individual accounts and even the school data base as well. (Links to an external site.)
Write a 12-15 sentence paragraph that answers the questions (all sub questions included) below:
McKenzie: What problems gave rise to the arguments made by the UMass Amherst cybersecurity campaign described in this selection? How did the IT professionals define the rhetorical situation? How did their understanding of the rhetorical situation shape their response? What sorts of research did they do? Whose help did they enlist? Why?
In summary of Lauren Salm’s essay “70% of Employers Are Snooping Candidates’ Social Media Profiles” and Deanna Hartley’s essay “Creative Ways to Get Noticed by Employers on Social Media,” both authors focus on how employers use information they find on social media to do a preemptive screening of potential job candidates. How one presents themselves in their personal lives has become more and more relevant with large corporations and how that in turn will reflect back on the corporation if hired. (Links to an external site.)
Write a 12-15 sentence paragraph that answers the questions (all sub questions included) below:
Salm and Hartley: Like many arguments that offer advice, these arguments use facts to create context for and support the advice they offer. Salm, relies heavily on fact-based arguments. In your opinion, does a reliance on fact-based arguments strengthen her advice in comparison to the advice offered by Hartley? Why or why not?

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