You are an enterprise security architect for a company in a semiconductor manufacturing industry where maintaining competitive advantage and protecting intellectual property is vital. You’re in charge of security operations and strategic security planning. Your responsibilities include devising the security protocols for identification, access, and authorization management.
You recently implemented cryptography algorithms to protect the information organization. Leadership is pleased with your efforts and would like you to take protection methods even further. They’ve asked you to study cyberattacks against different cryptography mechanisms and deploy access control programs to prevent those types of attacks.
“We’d like you to create plans for future security technology deployments,” says one senior manager, “and provide documentation so that others can carry out the deployments.” A director chimes in: “But you should also devise a method for ensuring the identification, integrity, and nonrepudiation of information in transit at rest and in use within the organization.”