Defining Trust, Control and Confidence

Broken Trust Part 1: Reflections on RSA’s SecurID discusses the ten trust properties, eight of which are: Size [who are you going to trust?], Symmetry [do they trust us?], Transparency [How much do we know about $TRUSTEE?], Consistency [What happenned in the past?], Integrity [How do we notice if the $TRUSTEE changes?], Value of Reward [What do we gain by trusting?], Components [Which resources does $TRUSTEE rely on?] and Porosity [How separated is $TRUSTEE from it’s environment?]

 

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