discussion question- Application Security 3 questions

  

Nonrepudiation is the ability to have proof that a message originated from a specific party. In an email system, for example, nonrepudiation mechanisms ensure that every message can be confirmed as coming from a specific party or sender.

Answer the following question(s):

  1. Do you think nonrepudiation falls under one of the tenets of the C-I-A triad      (confidentiality, integrity, and availability)? Why or why not?
  2. Is the C-I-A      triad adequate when selecting controls for a Windows system? Why or why not?

Security experts recommend using a multilayered defense strategy. A multilayered defense puts multiple controls in place to protect computer system, networks, and other resources.

Answer the following question(s):

1. Does a multilayered defense guarantee that attacks will not be successful? Why or why not?

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