I'm studying the non-interference model as part of CISSP prep and am having trouble thinking of a practical example where a violation would be involved (and the consequences of those violations).
I understand the mechanics of it -- the idea is to establish and maintain dividers between hierarchical levels to prevent actions in level from being noticed or having any effect in other levels. But when would this happen? Can someone provide an example?
I guess I'm having trouble understanding how information leaked to other levels can be used to derive the actions that are taking place in the originating level.
Just thinking outloud... maybe a violation of this would be an automated email notification sending alerts to recipients that shouldn't know about them anyway?