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== Definitions ==
 
== Definitions ==
   
=== Computing ===
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== Computing ==
   
 
'''Trustworthiness''' is a multidimensional measure of the extent to which a [[system]] is likely to satisfy each of multiple aspects of each stated requirement for some desired combination of [[system integrity]], [[system availability]] and [[survivability]], [[data confidentiality]], guaranteed [[real-time]] performance, [[accountability]], [[attribution]], [[usability]], and other critical needs.
 
'''Trustworthiness''' is a multidimensional measure of the extent to which a [[system]] is likely to satisfy each of multiple aspects of each stated requirement for some desired combination of [[system integrity]], [[system availability]] and [[survivability]], [[data confidentiality]], guaranteed [[real-time]] performance, [[accountability]], [[attribution]], [[usability]], and other critical needs.
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[[Spoof]]ed [[website]]s, stolen [[password]]s, and [[compromise]]d [[login]] accounts are all symptoms of an untrustworthy [[computing]] environment. One key step in reducing [[online fraud]] and [[identity theft]] is to increase the level of trust associated with identities in [[cyberspace]].
 
[[Spoof]]ed [[website]]s, stolen [[password]]s, and [[compromise]]d [[login]] accounts are all symptoms of an untrustworthy [[computing]] environment. One key step in reducing [[online fraud]] and [[identity theft]] is to increase the level of trust associated with identities in [[cyberspace]].
   
=== Evidence ===
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== Evidence ==
   
 
'''Trustworthiness''' of [[documentary evidence]] or [[testimony]] is based primarily on subjective factors, but can include objective measurements such as established [[reliability]].
 
'''Trustworthiness''' of [[documentary evidence]] or [[testimony]] is based primarily on subjective factors, but can include objective measurements such as established [[reliability]].
   
=== General ===
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== General ==
   
 
'''Trustworthiness''' is
 
'''Trustworthiness''' is

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