Information Security

Information Security (Infosec) is a set of practices intended to keep data secure from unauthorized access or alterations.


The basic components of information security are most often summed up by the CIA triad:


  • Confidentiality – To ensure data confidentiality, you need to identify who is trying to access data and block attempts by anyone unauthorized. Passwords, encryption, authentication, and defense against penetration attacks are all techniques designed to ensure confidentiality.


  • Integrity – This refers to maintaining data in its correct state and preventing it from being improperly modified, either by accident or maliciously.


  • Availability is the mirror image of confidentiality – while you need to ensure your data can’t be accessed by unauthorized users, you also need to ensure that it can be accessed by those who have the proper permissions.

Knowledge has become one of the 21st century’s most important assets. Efforts to keep information secure have correspondingly become increasingly important. ResoluteGuard implements a set of practices intended to keep data secure from unauthorized access or alterations – when its being stored and when its being transmitted from one machine or physical location to another.


Information Security Policy

The means by which these principles are applied to an organization take the form of a Security Policy. The Information Security Policy helps to guide your organization’s decisions around obtaining cybersecurity tools, and mandates employee behavior and responsibilities.