A principle, which is a core requirement of information security for the safe utilization, flow, and storage of information, is confidentiality, integrity, and availability and these are the three main objectives of information security.
- Confidentiality: This means that information is only being seen or used by people who are authorized to access it.
- Integrity: This means that any changes to the information by an unauthorized user are impossible (or at least detected), and changes by authorized users are tracked.
- Availability: This means that the information is accessible when authorized users need it.
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