1. Briefly define each of the three members of the information security triad. a. The three members are as follows:
i. Confidentiality: we want to be able to restrict access to those who are allowed to see given information.
ii. Integrity: the assurance that the information being accessed has not been altered and truly represents what is intended.
iii. Availability: information can be accessed and modified by anyone authorized to do so in an appropriate timeframe.
2. What does the term authentication mean? a. The process of ensuring that a person is who he or she claims to be.
3. What is multi-factor authentication? a. The use of more than one method of authentication. The methods are: something you
know, something you have, and something you are.