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Cybersecurity Costs: Balancing Blanket Security with Real-World Practicality

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1 Author(s)
Chou, W. ; Cisco Systems

The freedom to access information on the Internet, install application programs, and modify server configurations are often required for efficient productivity. As a whole, cybersecurity can be divided into four separate components: 1) network cybersecurity - to secure data on the wire; 2) host cybersecurity - to protect applications and operating system software; 3) storage cybersecurity - to secure stored data-at-rest; 4) administrative "cyber"-security - the noncybersecurity element, consisting of human and process security. To determine how much is needed to invest in any security components, this paper examines the specific roles and functions of each component

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IT Professional  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 2 )