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Protection from, or resilience against, potential harm caused by others, by restraining the freedom of others to act, including how an organisation ensures that it protects its assets.

These include people, information, technology, and facilities from threats and danger.

Management Security: The overall design of security-related systems and processes. These provide the guidance, rules, and procedures for implementing a security environment.

Operational Security: The effectiveness of your controls, including access controls, authentication, and security topologies applied to networks, systems, and applications.

Physical Security: The protection of personnel, data, hardware and other assets from physical threats that could harm them or disrupt business operations.


LBMC - Three Categories of Security Controls