The fundamental information security principals include confidentiality, availability and ____________?
The ability to secure data against unauthorized disclosure to external sources
The capacity of a system to resist unauthorized changes to stored information
The confidence with which a system can attest to the identity of a user
The characteristic of a system to provide uninterrupted service to authorized users
Confidentiality, integrity, and availability, which make up the CIA triad, are the three most important concepts in
security. In this instance, the answer describes the Integrity part of the CIA triad.