University of The Cumberlands Security Data Readings
Principles, Policies and Plans (APA format)
After this weeks readings and your own research, describe and discuss ways, if any, we can safely share security data. Are there precautions we can take, technical solutions we can use, e.g., like using the CIA triad, or should we just not share these kinds of data? Feel free to argue for and against, just make sure to back up your statements with scholarly support.
Reading & Videos
Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNxXt0YyjGk&embeds_euri=https%3A%2F%2Fucumberlands.blackboard.com%2F&source_ve_path=MjM4NTE&feature=emb_title
Popescul, D. (2011, June). The confidentiality–integrity–accessibility triad into the knowledge security. A reassessment from the point of view of the knowledge contribution to innovation. In Proceedings of the 16th international business information management association conference (innovation and knowledge management, a global competitive advantage) (pp. 1338-1345).
Dempsey, K., Pillitteri, V., & Regenscheid, A. (2021). Managing the Security of Information Exchanges (No. NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-47 Rev. 1 (Draft)). National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Marks, Cotter, D., Janz, A., Williams, K., & Sinapi, A. E. (2021). CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY. Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, 56(2), 303–.
Razaque, Al Ajlan, A., Melaoune, N., Alotaibi, M., Alotaibi, B., Dias, I., Oad, A., Hariri, S., & Zhao, C. (2021). Avoidance of Cybersecurity Threats with the Deployment of a Web-Based Blockchain-Enabled Cybersecurity Awareness System. Applied Sciences, 11(17), 7880–.
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