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tsirhCdneM | End User Security Awareness | 1 Hour | Module 1

By: Raul Pop | Related Course: End User Security Awareness | 1 Hour | Published: June 14, 2017 | Modified: June 14, 2017
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NotepadWhy do We care about Cybersecurity

Damages Caused:

Financial:

250 Billion dollars lost in the United States alone last year due to cyber breaches

Computer company McAfee estimates $1,000,000,000,000 lost globally

 

Information:

Personally Identifiable Information

Password

Company Secrets

National Security Information

 

Reputation:

Users lose faith in our ability to safeguard their information

Clients may choose other vendors if they feel their information is at risk

 

Know Your Enemy

 

Highly Organized Threats:
Organized Crime/Mafia

Terrorists

Nation Sponsored Cyberwarfare

Corporate Espionage

 

Inside Threats

Corporate Espionage

Former Employees

Insiders Selling Information

 

Common Persistent Threats

Hacktivists

Individual Thieves

Individuals Looking for Recognition

 

How we Protect our Information & Cover our Assess

CIA

C=Confidentiality making sure that we keep our data and our information private from those who do not need to know

I=Integrity making sure that our data is not tampered with so that any information we send or receive is accurate and truthful

A=Availability making sure that we our clients and anyone who needs to get to our data is able to easily and securely access it

 

Cybersecurity is everyone’s Responsability

Developers writing the code to develop secure programs

Systems Administrators/Security Team monitoring network and computer alerts

Users at the desk using the computer everyday and working with the data

Managers assessing needs for new programs to improve workflow/security


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