Cybersecurity has become a well-known term in recent years. With most people spending a large part of their day online, communicating through media such as email and social media and conducting their banking and shopping online, it’s not surprising that risks come with the digitalization of all your data. But what exactly is cybersecurity? What constitutes a cyber-attack? Who are the cybercriminals? And who is at risk?
Cybersecurity is essentially a new term for information security; the protection of vital information. Information security has, however, been around for decades prompting many to ask what is new about cybersecurity? In today’s age, cybersecurity refers to more than simply protecting information.
But with the increased volume, there is also the possibility of causing more harm to more people. Cyberspace has been militarised. There is a large rise in hacktivism (the use of computer hacking for political activism), with large swaths of cyber-crime and a dependence on the internet with the proliferation of devices.
- To understand key terms and concepts in cybersecurity
- To understand detection and security techniques
- To understand cryptography and its applications
- To build security policies
- To be familiar with DoS and DDoS attacks
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