Security Execs, It's Time We Had The Integrity Talk

Dec 11, 2017

By nature of its definition, true integrity allows for no variance between something’s established value and its current state. For security executives, the meaning—and role—of integrity has been somewhat difficult to pin down and even more challenging to manage. Originally, integrity, as defined in the SANS Institute’s CIA Triad, was narrowly focused on organizational data and making sure that data remained unchanged by external sources. It was one of three components—Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability—viewed as critical to identifying and mitigating risk to the data. Unfortunately, most organizations tend to invest heavily in tools and processes that enable confidentiality and availability, while integrity is the least addressed component. Learn how to make the change in your organization and the benefits in this informative report.

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