Week -1 Discussion Application Security
Analyze the adequacy of the C-I-A triad in selecting controls for Windows systems.
Nonrepudiation is the ability to have proof that a message originated from a specific party. In an email system, for example, nonrepudiation mechanisms ensure that every message can be confirmed as coming from a specific party or sender.
Answer the following question(s):
Do you think nonrepudiation falls under one of the tenets of the C-I-A triad (confidentiality, integrity, and availability)? Why or why not?
Is the C-I-A triad adequate when selecting controls for a Windows system? Why or why not?
Fully address the question(s) in this discussion; provide valid rationale for your choices, where applicable; and respond to at least two other students’ views.
Format: Microsoft Word (or compatible)
Font: Arial, size 12, double-space
APA Citation Style
Length: 1/2 to 1 page
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Analyze the adequacy of the C-I-A triad appeared first on Help Students.