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== Definition ==
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== E-commerce ==
 
=== E-commerce ===
 
   
 
{{Quote|[[Online transaction]]s are '''secure''' if the [[implementation]] mechanisms meet their predefined [[security objective]]s of correctly [[authenticating]] the parties to the [[transaction]], prevent [[unauthorized access]] and release of [[data]], assure [[availability]], faithfully conduct and record any negotiation, and preserve [[confidentiality]] and [[integrity]] of [[information]]. Pre-defined [[security objective]]s vary widely depending on the need.<ref>[[National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace]], at 34.</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[[Online transaction]]s are '''secure''' if the [[implementation]] mechanisms meet their predefined [[security objective]]s of correctly [[authenticating]] the parties to the [[transaction]], prevent [[unauthorized access]] and release of [[data]], assure [[availability]], faithfully conduct and record any negotiation, and preserve [[confidentiality]] and [[integrity]] of [[information]]. Pre-defined [[security objective]]s vary widely depending on the need.<ref>[[National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace]], at 34.</ref>}}

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