Questions tagged [confidentiality]

Confidentiality is the property of maintaining the secrecy of an asset. In other words, confidentiality means protecting against the threat of disclosure. It is one of the three key security properties of an asset, along with integrity and availability.

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Does photo fingerprinting (using metadata) allow to search all photos on internet made by the same user (privacy issue)?

Browser fingerprinting is well-known: since a client gives many HTTP attributes/Javascript attributes during a website visit, the probability that two users have the same exact values for all this ...
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Is common_schema safe?

Edit: this already has an answer here. I just ran across common_schema, a utility for MySQL database administrators. It is a SQL script that creates a schema called common_schema in your database and ...
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AES and message properties

An active attacker changes the ciphertext which was made using the AES cipher algorithm. Which message properties are preserved even though that change was made. Choose one of the below: 1) Integrity ...
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When sharing confidential information, which is more secure share via Outlook vs store on Sharepoint then provide access?

I'm trying to figure out what is good practice and what is more secure for my small team. I wanted to set a standard or governance on how to share confidential information within our team. One person ...
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What Is The Authorities' Stance On The Use of Microsoft Office For Sensitive Information?

I want to know what the U.S. (or E.U. countries) policy is towards the use of Microsoft Office (particularly local versions) and potentially sensitive information requiring clearance. In particular, ...
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Hashing Identifiers to Create Pseudonyms

I'm wanting to share datasets between two organisations in a pseudonymised way such that they link together via mutual entities (e.g. people) but so that the entities cannot be identified. E.g.: ...
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Question about compare Bell-LaPadula and Biba models with Chinese wall policy

what the Chinese wall models try to achieve and how it differ from or improve upon the Bell-LaPadula and Biba models
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What are the implications of differences in confidentiality timeliness?

From a security standpoint, what are the differences that must be addressed between data with a day-long confidentiality timeliness and data with timeliness of a year or more?