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The term you are looking for is defense in depth. It's a term that describes security defences structured so to be layered around what you want to protect; this includes not only security of all ISO/OSI layers but also e.g. physical security: server room with locked doors security badges to access the building security guards inside and outside the ...


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Im not aware of a standard framework that is sanctioned by a central governing body and universally accepted by the infosec community. Most models are mapped 1:1 with the OSI model, which kinda makes sense. Perhaps we need a few sub layers in there to cover the breadth and depth of different attack vectors. The human attack vector for example doesn't ...


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I'm not aware of one from the information security field (though there are terms like Confidentiality / Integrity / Availability and such) but there is the OSI model. That's a pretty universally known model.



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