Logo
Sign InSign Up

What is Confidentiality in Cybersecurity | Definition and Meaning

Last modified on Wednesday, May 8, 2024

0 minute read

Defining Confidentiality Cybersecurity

Confidentiality is one of the three elements of the CIA triad in cybersecurity. It refers to the measures taken to ensure that the data and systems are kept secure from unauthorized access. This includes encrypting data so that only authorized users can access it, as well as restricting access to certain networks and systems to certain users. Confidentiality is a key factor in maintaining the security of an organization's data and systems.


Share this article

Stellastra The Cyber Security Comparison Platform

© 2024 Stellastra Ltd. All rights reserved. All names, logos, trademarks, et al, belong to their respective owners. No endorsement or partnership is necessarily implied between company and Stellastra and vice versa. Information is provided for convenience only on an as is basis. For the most up to date information, contact vendor directly. Scores including email security, SPF, and DMARC are calculated based on Stellastra's algorithms and other analyses may return different results.

LinkedInTwitter

Company

About StellastraContact usCyber Security Risk ScoreEmail Deliverability ToolStellastra Discover

Stay up to date

Stellastra The Cyber Security Comparison Platform