What surveillance is and why it is important for epidemiology. Explain your understanding of what surveillance is and why it is important for epidemiology. In your response, include any privacy concerns you may have and describe one limitation to our general surveillance system. at least 200 words Also read: Workplace Surveillance Privacy and Technology: Employee Surveillance Passive Surveillance ToolsCorp Corporation – discuss complete strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis (including at least 5 factors from each category and full explanations of why each factor is important and why it was placed in the category) of the environment that exists within ToolsCorp and the environment that ToolsCorp is proposing While each of the "Ten Steps to Guiding Behavior" is important, identify three steps that you feel are the most important Rate the three (3) most important concepts that you learned in this course in order of importance (one  being the most important). Provide a rationale for your response Which one characteristic would you say is the most important and why? 1. What are values? Why are values important for a culture?