What is the difference between a security goal and a security aspect ? I know about the three network security goals Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability. But I do not know much about security aspects.
When you look at something from a security perspective, its security aspects emerge. That often refers to the security-related principles and concepts which are part of a particular technology. (This technology doesn't have to be about security itself.)
Anonymity is an important security aspect of wireless communications and has continuously attracted significant attention.
We know that establishing a person's identity is an important security aspect of government transactions.
As opposed to overall security goals, security aspects are specific to a product or technology and can't be generalized in the same way.