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{{Quote|[t]he potential of the ([[computer]]-based) [[record]] or record system to establish [[link]]s to or [[interact]] [[effective]]ly with any sort of provider or [[database]].<ref>[[Health Data in the Information Age: Use, Disclosure, and Privacy]], at 239.</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[t]he potential of the ([[computer]]-based) [[record]] or record system to establish [[link]]s to or [[interact]] [[effective]]ly with any sort of provider or [[database]].<ref>[[Health Data in the Information Age: Use, Disclosure, and Privacy]], at 239.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|the [[physical link|physical]] or [[electronic]] [[link]]s which enable [[information]] to flow, and includes those non-technical relationships between people.<ref>[[Information Operations Primer]], at 2.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[t]he minimum number of [[node]]s or [[link]]s whose removal results in losing all [[path]]s that can be used to [[transfer information]] from a [[source]] to a [[sink]].<ref>[[Cybersecurity A Primer for State Utility Regulators]], App. B.</ref>}}
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 04:58, 19 February 2017

Definitions[]

Connectivity is

the ability of a computer network to transport data packets between two end points.
[t]he potential of the (computer-based) record or record system to establish links to or interact effectively with any sort of provider or database.[1]
the physical or electronic links which enable information to flow, and includes those non-technical relationships between people.[2]
[t]he minimum number of nodes or links whose removal results in losing all paths that can be used to transfer information from a source to a sink.[3]

References[]