• The purpose of this short article is to trigger discussion about Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and to serve as a research agenda. SDLC is defined as the series of changes of a system from its creation and development to its productive state and final withdrawal.

  • Each organization that efficiently manages its information systems should develop and occasionally update a "Strategy of Information Systems" document. Changes to the ICT market bring chaos to information systems, mostly due to new emerging technologies, regulatory compliance initiatives, and changes in business processes. Without a clear strategy, information systems could suffer from inconsistent ICT equipment, software platforms, and managing procedures, which lead to big information (and operational) losses and risks.

  • When talking about protection systems in general, it is important to stress that there exist inherent vulnerabilities in today‚Äôs computing systems, inherited from the first days of computing.

  • Information Society is a well-known paradigm, denoting a society which is based primarily on intellectual, intangible assets (knowledge-based economy), information-intensive services (business and property services, communications, finance, and insurance), and public sectors (education, public administration, health care). [1] The information society has already posed significant ethical problems. There is a need to establish so called information ethics, which should be able to address and solve the ethical problems appearing in the information society.