Just to say it, the four tenets are: Confidentiality - The message the recipient gets can be proven not to have been read by anyone else since it was encoded. Integrity - The message the recipient ...
Are there any international or US mandated standards and regulations that apply to communications between automatic teller machines and bank's central office? Are banks or ATM operators subjected to ...
Let's say Bob wants to send a message to Alice. This communication requires to achieve confidentiality, integrity, proof of origin, non-repudiation. Therefore we can use this cipher-text: ciphertext ...
Say we're using a shared key between two parties, that has been distributed using public key encryption, is it still necessary to sign any data that's encrypted using the shared key? Or is it enough ...
I'm new to infosec and doing some reading. Not surprisingly one starting point was wikipedia. In this article, authenticity and non-repudiation are listed as 2 separate 'Basic concepts'. My ...
Scenario: Acme Corp. needs to collect evidence to support their side of a case in court. Part of this evidence may include e-mail messages. Certain employees who do not have administrative access ...