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Security Standards and Protocols

The Rulebooks for Cybersecurity Best Practices

Navigating the complex waters of cybersecurity often requires adherence to specific guidelines, best practices, and rules. Security Standards and Protocols act as the rulebooks that help to set these navigational markers. These standards may be industry-specific like PCI DSS for payment card security or more general like ISO 27001 for information security management. Understanding and implementing these standards are crucial for establishing a robust and compliant security posture.

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  1. HTTPSopen in new window

    • Description: Secure HTTP, used for secure communication over a network.
  2. TLSopen in new window

    • Description: Cryptographic protocol for secure communication.
  3. OAuthopen in new window

    • Description: Open standard for access delegation.
  4. SAMLopen in new window

    • Description: XML-based standard for exchanging authentication and authorization data.
  5. OpenIDopen in new window

    • Description: Authentication protocol, often used for token-based authentication.