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Corruption – an attack on integrity refers to unauthorizedtampering with an asset (Figure 4) Abbildung in dieser Leseprobe nicht enthalten. Figure 4 Corruption Threat. Removal – an attack on availability refers to theft, removal orloss of internet radio information and/or other resources (Figure 5) Abbildung in dieser Leseprobe nicht enthalten. Disclosure – an attack on confidentiality refers to unauthorizedaccess to an asset (Figure6) Abbildung in dieser Leseprobe nicht enthalten. Figure 6 Disclosure Threat.

Interruption – an attack on availability refers to network becomesunavailable or unusable (Figure 7) Abbildung in dieser Leseprobe nicht enthalten. Figure 7 Interruption Threat. 4.4 Security Dimensions for Protection of NGN networks: The security dimensions shown below outline the words, security protections that can be deployed to counter security threats/attacks. 1. Access Control – It protects against unauthorized use of network resources. Access control ensures that only authorized personnel or devices are allowed access to network elements, stored information, information flows, services and applications. 2. Authentication – It serves to confirm the identities of communicating entities. Authentication ensures the validity of the claimed identities of the entities participating in communication (e.g., person, device, service or application). 3. Non-repudiation – It provides means for preventing an individual or entity from denying having performed a particular action related to data by making available proof of various network-related actions. 4. Data Confidentiality – It protects data from unauthorized disclosure .Data confidentiality ensures that the data content cannot be understood by unauthorized entities.

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