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Reliable systems satisfy five principles
-Information Security (discussed in Chapter 7)
-Confidentiality
-Privacy
-Processing integrity
-Availability
Confdentiality
Maintaining confidentiality requires that management identify which information is sensitive.
Each organization will develop its own definitions of what information needs to be protected.
Most definitions will include:
Business plans
Pricing strategies
Client and customer lists
Legal documents
Controls to Protect Confidentiality
Storage: Encryption and access controls
Transmission: Encryption
Disposal: Shredding, thorough erasure, physical destruction
Overall: Categorization to reflect value and training in proper work practices
Encryption
Fundamental control procedure.
Solves the interception issue.
If encrypted before sending it is a VPN, virtual private network