Balancing the Security vs the Privacy of Internet Protocol Resources
THE SECURITY VS PRIVACY OF INTERNET PROTOCOL RESOURCES, LAYER 10
Security vs. Privacy Explained:
Security and Privacy are both interlinked terms that are often used in conjunction with each other, while one cannot exist without the other, they are often misused. Privacy relates to any rights you have to control your personal information and how it’s used. Privacy is having the ability to protect sensitive information about personally identifiable information, while protection is really a security component. Others define it as the right to be left alone. Security on the other hand, refers to how your personal information is protected. As a society and as consumers we care about controlling who has our information, and we try to make sure those trusted do the right thing with it, in this context, there is little difference between Privacy and Security.
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