Thursday, 20 February 2020

Security Metrics and Privacy

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Security Metrics and Privacy


? Good metrics are those that are elegant, i.e. specific, quantifiable, attainable, repeatable,
and time reliant.
? Metrics are tools intended to facilitate decision making and recover performance and
accountability during collection, analysis, and reporting of pertinent performance associated
data.
? Metrics can be an effectual tool for security executives to discern the efficiency of various
components of their protection programs, the security of a particular system, product or
process, and the aptitude of staff or departments inside an organization to address security
concerns for which they are accountable.
? Metrics can also help recognize the level of risk in not taking a given action, and in that
way supply guidance in prioritizing counteractive actions.
? Security matrix is used to concentrate measures where they are required, and to be aware
of what measures are being (purposely) abandoned.
? Privacy can be explained as exercising power over what access others have to private
extent of us, like information privacy.
? Privacy as a business concern or issue is tremendously sensitive to changes in the
surrounding context. Changes in people’s expectations or in authoritarian governance can
noticeably alter business issues and potentials.
? Privacy is regarding informational self-determination—the capability to decide what
information regarding you goes where and Security provides the capability to be confident
that those decisions are appreciated.
? There are ten Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) which cover the entire life cycle of
information from compilation and handling to storage and removal.


Metric: A metric refers to a system of dimension that depends on quantifiable procedures.
Privacy: An individual’s or organization’s right to establish whether, when and to whom
personal or organizational information is released.
Security matrix: It is used to concentrate measures where they are required, and to be aware of
what measures are being (purposely) abandoned.

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