Short for Internal Nonhostile Structured, it is a threat defined by Symantec Corporation to mean an individual within an organization who has physical access to network components. This individual may not motivated to disrupt mission operations but can do so by making common mistakes. Individuals executing INS threats are usually skilled and have tools to assist them in performing security-related functions.
Contrast with INU (Internal Nonhostile Unstructured).
Short for Internal Nonhostile Unstructured, it is a threat defined by Symantec Corporation to mean an individual within an organization who has physical access to network components. This individual is not motivated to disrupt mission operations but can do so unknowingly. INU threats are typically unskilled users who make mistakes that can impact mission operations. […]
IOPS is the standard unit of measurement for I/O (Input/Output) operations per second. This measurement is a performance-based measurement and is usually seen written as: Total IOPS: Average number of I/O operations per second. Read IOPS: Average number of read I/O operations per second. Write IOPS: Average number of write I/O operations per second.
Internet Open Trading Protocol is an IETF specification which defines a way to create a trading environment that is more reliable and personal than existing methods by giving the consumer more opportunities to interact directly with all parties of a transaction. IOTP focuses on the transaction process; therefore, it is application and payment system independent. […]
- Internet Protocol (IP)
(pronounced as separate letters) Short for Internet Protocol. IP specifies the format of packets, also called datagrams, and the addressing scheme. Most networks combine IP with a higher-level protocol called Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), which establishes a virtual connection between a destination and a source. IP by itself is something like the postal system. It […]
A technology developed by Interactive Pictures Corporation (formerly known as OmniView) that allows users to create and view 360-degree panoramic photographs. Originally called PhotoBubble, IPIX images are created by stitching together two hemispherical shots taken through a fish-eye lens. The result is a spherical panoramic image. To view an IPIX, you need a stand-alone IPIX […]