27.3 – Information Security and Assurance

27.3 – Information Security and Assurance
What are the differences, similarities and relationship between Information Security and Information assurance? Information Security manages with protecting information and information systems from illegal access, practice, exposure, change, disturbance and obliteration to accomplish the goals of data integrity, availability, and confidentiality. Information Assurance concerns itself with executing events focused at defense and protection of sensitive data and related information systems by guaranteeing the integrity, availability, authentication, confidentiality, and nonrepudiation. The precaution also offers for re-establish information systems after an attack by placing appropriate protection, detection and response capabilities. Information Security is tactics and tactics focused involving the growth of tactical…
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