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IT Security Principles

Explain, in a paper, each of the 12 principles of information security and how each can be applied to real-life situations. Include an explanation of the four types of security policies.
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Principles of Security
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Principles of Security
This paper introduces the 12 principles of information security, their relatedness to real-life situations as well as the four types of security policies. Explaining the fundamentals of information security principles, brings an understanding of good security practices and how each one is applied to different life situations.
Principles of Information Security
Principle 1: No absolute security.
This principle entails safe locks considerations (tamper resistant, but possible to be broken through), safe lock approach (an evaluation is given after testers get sufficient time and tools).
Principle 2: Security goals are confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Confidentiality only relates to authorized individual or systems (Merkow & ...

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The expert examines IT security principles.