K-MSG-L Notes 15 (5) - ,.ITsecurity .Theclassiccore...

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details might be printed on paper, kept on pcs or stored in the minds of the customers. IT security mainly deals with protecting details stored electronically and with its handling. The classic core  concepts of details security, namely privacy, reliability and accessibility, kind the foundation for  its security. Many customers also consist of extra basic principles in their examinations. They  can also be very helpful, based on the corresponding application scenario. Additional generic  conditions used in details security consist of, for example, authenticity, credibility, reliability,  and non-deniability. As the following illustrations illustrate, details security is not only  threatened by wilful acts such as laptop or computer viruses, interception of communications or  laptop or computer theft: - Force majeure (e.g. fires, flooding, storms and earthquakes) can 
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