Fabrication

Overview In an Information Security context, fabrication is one of the four broad-based categories used to classify attacks and threats. A fabrication attack creates illegitimate information, processes, communications or other data within a system.

Modification

Overview In an Information Security context, modification (or alteration) refers one of the four broad categories used to discuss attacks and threats. The actual or intended effect of an modification attack is to tamper with data, systems or other digital assets.

Interruption

Overview In an Information Security context, interruption is one of the four broad-based categories used to classify attacks threats. An interruption attack attempts to make systems (or the information in them) unavailable for use.

Interception

Overview In an Information Security context, an interception refers one of the four broad categories used to classify attack patterns. The actual or intended effect of an interception attack is that unintended parties gain access to information or other digital assets (applications, environments, files).