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Random information on the term “Holding”:
The holding is a court’s determination of a matter of law based on the issue presented in the particular case. In other words: under this law, with these facts, this result. It is the same as a ‘decision’ made by the judge; however “decision” can also refer to the judge’s entire opinion, containing, for example, a discussion of facts, issues, and law as well as the holding. The holding is the “legal principle to be drawn from the opinion (decision) of the court.”
“The word ‘holding’ is indefinite and may refer to a trial ruling of the court upon evidence or other questions presented during the trial. Of course, no oral statement made by the court at the close of a trial, nor any written memorandum opinion filed, may be assigned as error on appeal, as the final decision in a law action is the judgment signed, based upon the court’s findings of fact and conclusions of law.”
Random information on the term “ASSET”:
In information security, computer security and network security, an asset is any data, device, or other component of the environment that supports information-related activities. Assets generally include hardware (e.g. servers and switches), software (e.g. mission critical applications and support systems) and confidential information. Assets should be protected from illicit access, use, disclosure, alteration, destruction, and/or theft, resulting in loss to the organization.
The goal of Information Security is to ensure the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of assets from various threats. For example, a hacker might attack a system in order to steal credit card numbers by exploiting a vulnerability. Information Security experts must assess the likely impact of an attack and employ appropriate countermeasures. In this case they might put up a firewall and encrypt their credit card numbers.
When performing risk analysis it is important to weigh how much to spend protecting each asset against the cost of losing the asset. It is also important to take into account the chance of each loss occurring. Intangible costs must also be factored in. If a hacker makes a copy of all a company’s credit card numbers it does not cost them anything directly but the loss in fines and reputation can be enormous.