Steganography is a method of embedding electronic messages into a media file (for example, an image or audio file) by altering nonessential lines of code; the changes are imperceptible. The message remains undetected until unencrypted. Honeytokens is any kind of tantalizing false data, including phony patient records at a hospital, lists of invalid social security numbersor even simply a word processing file named "HR-salaries," that's stored in a restricted part of the network. If anyone tries to access the files the security team is alerted to the trespassing before the intruder can do any real damage.
1, imperceptible [,impə'septəbl]
2, steganography [,stegə'nɔgrəfi]
3, tantalizing ['tæntəlaiziŋ]
4, phony ['fəuni]
6, intruder [in'tru:də]