Cryptography Case Study Part 1

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First and foremost, I agree with the conclusion of part 6.1. As someone currently employed in the field of Information Technology, Security is very critical to ensuring that HIPAA is not breached with any of our clients. The biggest subsets as laid out in this case study are Information Privacy, Risk Management, Access Controls, Firewalls, Intrusion Detection, and VPN’s. Again, as someone who works within the medical field performing IT, Privacy is incredibly important for not only my end users, but the clients. The information transmitted from select departments to other select departments that pertains to either employee or client information must be kept encrypted and unintercepted, and thus we hit the next big issue of Risk Management. Our company has measured all network providers and chosen our current provider due to their track record of reliability. On top of this, knowing when it is appropriate to …show more content…
Cryptography is the practice and study of techniques for secure communication from unwanted parties. This has evolved in recent times to include many areas of information security such as data confidentiality, data integrity, authentication, and non-repudiation. At the intersection of math and technology, cryptography is one of the most vital fields in modern day security and I would like to contribute to the countless creative solutions the field has to offer. Although it is not one of the largest fields, cryptography 's importance to information security will cement its value in our digitally expanding society. As the Internet of Things continues to grow, so too will the need for solid privacy and internet security policies, a backbone of which is Cryptography. WIth all this in mind, the demand and importance of Cryptography will continue to grow in the coming years and I would like to be on the forefront of that

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