Shallow Talk about Information Security in the Corporate Office
Information security refers to the information network hardware, software and its system of data protection, not subject to destroyed, changed or leaked by accidental or malicious reasons. System can be running continuously、reliably and normally. Information services can’t be interrupted. The confidentiality, authenticity, integrity, unauthorized copying and its parasitic system security of the information is ensured. Information security in the Corporate Office is the key of enterprise modern office. Once be neglected, it is easy to bring a series of negative impacts. In this paper, the information security in enterprises office is to be discussed briefly.
Key words: Information; Security; Threats; Strategy
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