An Analysis on Critical Information Security Systems

A Technical Review Tour and Study of the Sensitive Information Security Methods and Techniques
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (volume 167)


Information’s security and delicacy make the electronic systems in a challenging and chasing phase when it is passed on from an end to other via Internet. In today’s world, as the necessity and importance of sensitive information are growing with new advancements and technologies, they become more prone to attacks and oriented towards the insecure environment. Attackers always want just an attack on such information to either to use it or intercept it. In this direction, many researchers have put their good efforts not only just to provide information security, instead they also consider the related primary security concerns, like confidentiality, access control, integrity along with the quality issues of reliability, robustness, usability etc. This effort included and presented a technological advancement based comparative study of various Sensitive Information Security (SIS) models and their proposed methods, algorithms, and experimental results. This study provides a great forum and better understanding of these models with their respective advantages and disadvantages.


sensitive information models data security models concerns of security systems confidentiality integrity reliability denial of service usability robustness 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Birla Institute of TechnologyMesra RanchiIndia

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