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Tag Archives: CIA triad

Is Infosec Self-Isolating?

– … and , if so, what are the consequences? My July 23, 2012 column, “It’s About Availability and Integrity (not so much Confidentiality)” caused something of a stir when I claimed that availability is often more important than confidentiality, as illustrated by the case of the Ulster…

The CIA Triad: Theory and Practice

– Recently Bloginfosec.com published an article by Warren Axelrod entitled, It’s About Availability and Integrity (not so much Confidentiality). It appears that the article generated a bit of controversy with a response by Jim Bird entitled, It’s About Confidentiality and Integrity (not so much…

Fitting the CIA Triad in a Business Context: The Concept of Agile Security

– Last year, Harvard Business School Press published a very interesting book entitled IT Risk: Turning Business Threats into Competitive Advantage by George Westerman and Richard Hunter. Westerman is a Research Scientist at the Center for Information Systems Research at the MIT Sloan School of…