Framing the Corporate Security Problem: The Ecology of Security

Robert Skovira
InSITE 2007  •  Volume 7  •  2007
Security and information systems are intertwined. The costs of secure systems are in the billions of dollars. In the digital world, security vulnerabilities and threats work contrary to the security goals of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems. The essay describes a view of organizations and their policies, network systems, operating systems, software applications, information, and people joined interactively and dependently in an environment. The paper presents an ecological conception of security.
Security, Information security, Secure programming, Secure computing, Ecology
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