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Five Pillars of Information Protection

12 Mayıs 2024
14 kez görüntülendi


Computers and mobile devices store lots of sensitive information that must be secured. From personal emails and residential addresses to phone numbers, birthdays, and more all of this information should be yours only, not hackers’. Making sure that this information is secure is essential to ensure compliance with regulations, avoiding costly security breaches, ensuring the trust of your clients and partners, and much more. This article will teach you how to protect information that is supposed to remain private and secure.

What is information security?

Information protection (or infosec) refers to both the policies and technologies that are employed to safeguard sensitive information. It covers subjects like patch management, vulnerability management, and a host of other topics. Information protection is an essential area of security. Its effectiveness is contingent on its entire ecosystem. If you’re using outdated software, and you don’t have a firewall or antivirus program, your information is vulnerable.

There are a myriad of other threats to your computer system, such as malware and attacks on phishing. Humans are also able to put information at risk by clicking on malicious links or by setting passwords or encryption systems to automatically update. It is imperative to have a plan that includes all five pillars of Information Security in order to reduce the risk.