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CIA Triad - Confidentiality

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  • CIA Triad - Confidentiality

    The core principle that refers to the safeguarding of information and keeping it away from those not athorized to possess it.
    Examples of controls that preserve confidentiality are permissions and encryption.

    Disclosure is the inadvertent, accidental, or maliciuos revealing or accessing of information or resources to an outside party. If you are not supposed to have access to an object, you should never have avvess to it.

    Confidentiality is the primary goal that cryptography seeks to archieve. Encryption information is done to keep that information secret or away from prying eyes. Under the right conditions, encryption should be impossible to break or reverse unless an individual possesses the correct key. Confidentiality is the more widely sought aspect of encryption
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