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FTP made secure using SSL Refer to
A secure form of HTTP which has fallen
out of favor for HTTPS
S/MIME (Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)
Describes how encryption information
and a digital certificate can be included as part of the message body
using RSA public/private keys
SAM 1. (Security Accounts Manager) 2. (Sequential Access Method)
Refer to port scanning
Secret key AKA Shared Secret Key
Uses the same key to both encrypt
and decrypt data. Generally speaking the shared secret must be sent
by a different channel than the encrypted data. DES is an example
Review of standards to ensure confidentially
and detect shortcomings
The structure for a number of sub-topics
including acceptable use policy, incident response
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