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What is Integrity in Cybersecurity | Definition and Meaning

Last modified on Wednesday, May 8, 2024

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Defining Integrity Cybersecurity

Integrity in the CIA triad of cybersecurity refers to the assurance that data is protected from unauthorized access, modification, or destruction, and that it remains unchanged and complete over its entire life cycle. Integrity is the cornerstone of information security and it involves protecting data from unauthorized changes and ensuring that the data is only modified in a manner that is approved by the data owner.

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