# computer science.

Question
1. Consider an automated teller machine (ATM) in which users provide a personal identification number (PIN) and a card for account access. Give examples of confidentiality, integrity, and availability requirements associated with the system and, in each case, indicate the degree of importance of the requirement.
2. Repeat Problem 1 For a telephone switching system that routescalls through a switching network based on the telephone number requested by the caller.?

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1. Consider an automated teller machine (ATM) in which users provide a personal identification number (PIN)
and a card for account access. Give examples of confidentiality, integrity, and availability requirements
associated with the system and, in each case, indicate the degree of importance of the requirement.

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