How to tackle trust management: Impact sensitivity categorisation

How to tackle trust management: Impact sensitivity categorisation


The classification of information will define associated information protection requirements in terms of restricting the circulation of information based on identity, legality, and temporal components. Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability and Authenticity (CIA&A) must also be considered for information created within organisations. Thus, information must be categorized to reflect the level of business impact that would occur if any of these requirements were not correctly enforced.

Business impact is generally financial and will vary in magnitude depending on the size and economic health of the organisations. Financially healthy companies will suffer less than financially healthy companies with the same value of impact.

20 Oct 2011
09 Nov 2010
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