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Hopefully this helps. Identity Management Systems Identity Management System are often defined by trusted sources. These are the systems we rely on for a source of record for an individual. They are not really a single piece buy a combination of systems design to manage people. Identity Data Trusted Source This is data of people, typically found in your ...


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It depends on how you, the Administrator, have setup your files, and how you have set up their user permissions. As the administrator and system owner it is your responsibility to make sure that your system is set up in such a way that it is safe for you if they use it. However if there are things you absolutely must keep confidential, those files should ...


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Agree they are different, but some of the answers are more about typical implementations rather than basic differences. Seems to me encryption info (algorithm, key, etc) are attributes of data, clear data is just a special case. Access control takes care of who can do what to some data and to its attributes. It should make sense for access control to say "...


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This data comes in handy when (if) you'd have to perform incident response. Consider the following scenario: "Employee John Doe has logged into a system at HO and immediately after data is erased." Your SIEM should be able to detail what occurred: date: 06/30/16 11:45EST username jdoe MAC ADDR 00:00:00:00:00:0a HOST IP 192.168.1.100 ACCESSED -> This ...



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