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This study is an attempt to address and analyze the issue of Information security and Management To achievement objectives of professional practice for social work, and that access to the operational mechanisms proposed for how to manage and protect the information needed by it , according to the importance of information in general and the provision and management in the areas of service social as the foundation upon which the process of assistance and intervention methods to build social work profession and the development of knowledge and information base. So, this study started from the idea that lead to the inevitable technological change is inevitable in human life and in the composition of the social structure, so it relied on several theories in the analysis and interpretation of the problems of social change in the dimension of technology. This study depends on rapid assessment method, through content analysis for previous studies and lectures` of IT especially social work to periodical reports. The study found a set of recommendations included a number of operational mechanisms for how to manage and protect the information needed for professional practice of social work.

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WIAR '2012; National Workshop on Information Assurance Research; Proceedings of

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18-18 April 2012