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The Intersection of Privacy and Security

Sue Conger
University of Dallas, USA
Brett J. L. Landry
University of Dallas, USA


Abstract
There is a common misconception that privacy and security are the same thing. The reality is that while there is an intersection of these two topics, there are differences between security and privacy. This paper sets up through illustrations some similarities and differences between these topics.

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Reference:Conger, S., Landry, B.J. L. (2008). "The Intersection of Privacy and Security," University of Dallas, USA . Sprouts: Working Papers on Information Systems, 8(38). http://sprouts.aisnet.org/8-38
Keywords:Privacy, Security, Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Non-repudiation, Fair Information Practice, Anonymity, Fair use, Access, Life cycle, Integration
Item Type:Article - Volume 8 Article 38 (2008)
Language:English
Email: Sue Conger (sconger@gsm.udallas.edu)
Brett J. L. Landry (blandry@gsm.udallas.edu)
Additional Information:This is a working version of this paper and comments would be gratefully accepted. It was presented at the SIGSEC pre-ICIS workshop -- WISP, December 13, 2008.

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