Lisa Bock reviews one of the fundamental principles of providing a secure system—that of ensuring confidentiality, integrity, and availability. This is referred to the CIA triad, a widely recognized concept.
- [Instructor] Network administrators have a lot…of responsibility in order to keep networks…up and operational.…One of the fundamental principles…of providing a secure system…is that of ensuring confidentiality,…integrity, and availability.…Also called the CIA Triad, it's a widely recognized…information assurance model.…We ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability…by using various techniques…that include logical controls,…such as access control lists…and intrusion detection systems.…
In addition, we use various cryptographic techniques,…such as hashing, digital certificates, and encryption.…Confidentiality is assurance of data privacy…and protection against unauthorized disclosure.…Confidential information can include…personally identifiable information,…such as social security, credit card information,…or account numbers,…or business information, such as financial data,…employee records, and trade secrets.…
An example of a violation of confidentiality…would be a hacker gaining access…and reading government emails.…
- Security principles and terms
- SIEM technology
- Common security threats
- Social engineering
- Data loss prevention
- Cryptographic concepts
- Symmetric and asymmetric encryption
- Hash algorithms
- Network topologies, CAN, WAN, and SOHO
- Securing a virtual environment
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Security Principles
2. Common Security Threats
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