The Three Pillars of Information Security
Information security at The University of Copenhagen is built on the internationally established principles of information security DS/ISO/IEC 27001:2013. The three pillars being:
ensures that only authorised users, processes and entities have access to data assets.
ensures that informationassets are functioning correctly and that data are correct and complete.
ensures that data and information systems are accessible to authorised users, processes and entities when needed.
Other properties covered by the information security, are authenticity (that an entity is what it claims to be), accountability, non-repudiation (the ability to prove the existence of an alleged event or action and underlying entities) and reliability (consistent intended behaviour and results).