Identify or explain examples of risk management fundamentals and the basic tenets of security.
When determining what type of security infrastructure is needed in an organization, you need to answer two questions:
What are you trying to protect?
What could potentially cause harm to what you are trying to protect?
In many instances, what we are trying to protect is information. In this day and age, information has value. This value could be defined or it could be perceived. The problem is, sometimes the value of information is very subjective. What one person considers being valuable information, is not that valuable to someone else. Value also changes over time. A company that has a secret formula wants to protect this information—it ...