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Determining Security Strategies

Determining Security Strategies

The Windows Vista security model is based on the concepts of authentication and authorization. Authentication verifies a user's identity, and authorization verifies that the user has permission to access resources on the computer or the network. Windows Vista also includes encryption technologies, such as Encrypting File System (EFS) and public key technology, to protect confidential data on disk and across networks.

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