ANALYSIS OF LEGAL, ORGANIZATIONAL AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF INFORMATION SECURITY
Keywords:information security, threats to information security, cyber security threats and information resources, Standards ISO / IEC, national security strategy.
AbstractAnalysis of legal, organizational and technical aspects of information security given the global trends of informatization of modern society, the rapid development of information technology and intensive implementation of information and telecommunication systems in all spheres of state and society, there is a need for defining the concept and content of the information security system and its software. The requirements of Ukraine legal acts and international information security standards ISO/IEC were analyzed. The nature of basic concepts and content of the information security was given. In the framework of international and national standards for information security levels defined requirements for protection (of properties). In the English-language standards is a classic CIA model, to ensure the requirements of confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. Separately requirement imposed observability. At international standards, special attention is also paid to information security management system
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