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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…

It’s About Availability and Integrity (not so much Confidentiality)

– I have frequently contended that the more important aspects of security are availability and integrity, not confidentiality (the old C-I-A triad should be A-I-C in order of importance). That is not to say that confidentiality and privacy aren’t extremely important—they certainly are. But in…