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18.104.22.168 Need to Know
Need-to-know is a fundamental security
principle which involves workers having just enough information to
do their jobs. Knowing more than the minimum amount required can
create a security risk due to sensitive data being known to more people
than those who absolutely require it. Its simply a numbers
game with each additional person having the information, the
probability that it will be exploited increases. Information requests
must be backed by a genuine need-to-know. If the need-to-know is not
there, the request should not necessarily be granted. Be prepared to
justify your requests for information.
Need to Know
Involves making sure a worker has just enough data to do their job.
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