Asset identification and valuation-information security, Computer Network Security

ASSET IDENTIFICATION AND VALUATION

This process begins with identification of assets that includes all elements of an organization’s system (people, procedures, data and information, hardware, software, networking). Assets are then classified and categorized which is shown Table given below

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