Cyber Security is the process of preventing digital attacks on computer systems, networks, and programmes.
These cyberattacks are typically aimed at accessing, changing, or erasing sensitive information; coercing money from clients, or disrupting routine corporate operations.
Because there are more devices than people these days, and attackers are becoming more inventive, implementing compelling network security measures is particularly difficult.
Different layers of assurance are dispersed across the PCs, organisations, projects, and data that must be considered in a proper network protection procedure. To build a strong defence against digital threats, an organization's kin, cycles, and innovation should all complement one another. By automating reconciliations across specific Cisco Security products, a bundled threat the executive's arrangement can smooth out centre security activities processes such as recognition, examination, and remediation.
18 - 19 May 2022 08:00 PM - 10:00 PM (GMT)
Everyone benefits from improved cyber defence strategies in today's interconnected society. A network security breach on a single level can result in everything from fraud to blackmail attempts to the loss of vital information, such as family photographs. Everyone uses a basic framework, for example, power plants, clinics, and monetary administration associations. Obtaining these and other associations is critical to the operation of our general public. Business owners benefit from cyberthreat specialists who investigate new and emerging risks and digital attack methods. They discover new flaws, raise public awareness about the importance of network security, and work on open-source devices. Their efforts contribute to making the Internet a more secure environment for everyone.
End-user education deals with the most unpredictable aspect of cyber-security: people. By failing to follow appropriate security measures, anyone can unwittingly introduce a virus into an otherwise protected system. It is critical for every organization's security to teach users to delete suspicious email attachments, not plug in unfamiliar USB drives, and other crucial teachings.
Types of Cyber Security Threats
Malware is software designed by a cybercriminal or hacker to disrupt or harm the computer of a legitimate user. It is one of the most common cyber dangers. Malware, which is typically disseminated by an unsolicited email attachment or a legitimate-looking download, can be used by cybercriminals to gain money or in politically motivated cyber-attacks.
Phishing is the practice of sending fake emails that look like they came from a trusted source. The goal is to steal sensitive information such as credit card details and login credentials. It is the most prevalent cyber attack. Education or a technical solution that filters dangerous emails can help you protect yourself.
Ransomware is a malicious software kind. Its purpose is to extort money by preventing access to files or the computer system until a ransom is paid. Paying the ransom does not guarantee that the files or system will be retrieved.
Adversaries employ social engineering to get you to reveal confidential information. They can demand money or access to your personal information. To make you more inclined to click on links, download malware, or believe a malicious source, social engineering can be used with any of the risks mentioned above.
Agenda for the webinar
• Introduction to Information Security
• Understanding of CIA Triad
• What is Red Team and Penetration Testing and their Importance?
• Evolution of Attacks
• Network Attack
• Rise of Ransomware
• What is SIEM?
• Importance of Threat Intelligence
• Role of Incident Response
• Interview Q&A
Registration Link: https://www.infosectrain.com/events/purview-of-cyber-security/
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