AES

Advanced Encryption Standard (as specified in FIPS 197). NIST SP 800-57 Part 1 Rev. 4

Adversary

Individual, group, organization, or government that conducts or has the intent to conduct

Hot Site

A fully operational offsite data processing facility equipped with hardware and software

Host-based IDPS

A program that monitors the characteristics of a single host and the events occurring

High Impact System

An information system in which at least one security objective is assigned

High Impact

The loss of confidentiality, integrity, or availability that could be expected

False Rejection

The failure of a biometric system to identify a biometric subject

Identity

The set of physical and behavioral characteristics by which an individual is uniquely

Hash Code

The string of bits which is the output of a hash function. See NIST SP 800-15

False Reject Rate (FRR)

Proportion of verification transactions with truthful claims of identity that are incorrectly

False Positive

An erroneous acceptance of the hypothesis that a statistically significant event

Ciphertext

The confidential form of the plaintext that is the output of the authenticated-encryption

Active Attack

An attack on the authentication protocol where the Attacker transmits data to the Claimant,

Broadcast

Transmission to all devices in a network without any acknowledgment

Biometric

Measurable physical characteristics or personal behavioral traits

Boundary Protection

Monitoring and control of communications at the external boundary of an information

Buffer Overflow

A condition at an interface under which more input can be placed into a buffer or data

Host Based Firewall

A software-based firewall installed on a server to monitor and control its incoming

Host

A host is any hardware device that has the capability of permitting access to a network