Cyber Attacks

Content
● Cyber Attacks
● Types of Malicious code

Types of Attack
● Advanced Persistent Threats
(APT)
● Backdoor
● Buffer Overflow
● Man-in-the-middle Attack
● Social engineering
● Phishing
● Spoofing
● Cross-Site Scripting
● Denial of Service Attack
● SQL injection
● Zero-day exploit

Types of Malicious Code
● Viruses
● Network worm
● Trojan Horse
● Botnet
● Keylogger
● Rootkit
● Spyware
● Adware
● Ransomware

Vulnerability

Content:
● Vulnerabilities
● Classification of Vulnerability
● Impact

Vulnerability
Vulnerability is a cyber-security term that refers to a flaw in a system that can
leave it open to attack.
Vulnerability is the composition of three elements:
● A flaw in system
● Access of attacker to that flaw
● Capability of attacker to exploit the flaw
Classification of Vulnerabilities according to the asset:
● Hardware
● Software
● Network
● Personnel
● Physical site
● Organizational

Vulnerability
Some of the Vulnerability in the system occur due to:
● Missing patches
● Cleartext credentials
● Using unencrypted channels
● RF Emanation

Impact
A successful cyber attack can cause major damage to organization or system,
as well as to business reputation and consumer trust.
● Financial loss
● Reputational damage
● Legal consequences

Cyber Risk

Content
● What is Risk?
● Types of Risks
● Risk Management Process
● Types of Risk Management Process

Cyber Risk
Cyber risk means any risk of financial loss, disruption or damage to the
reputation of an organisation.
It is done by giving some sort of failure of its information technology
systems.
The risk is connected to online activities, internet trading and electronic
systems as well as storage of personal data

Types of Risks
● Hacker Attacks
● Data Breach
● Virus transmission
● Cyber Extortion
● Employee Sabotage
● Network downtime
● Human error

Risk Management Process
Risk management is defined as the process of identifying, monitoring and
managing potential risks.
An effective risk management process have two important things:
● Help to identify which risks pose the biggest threat to an organization.
● Provide complete guidelines for handling them.

Type of Risk Management
Reactive risk management
Project team react to risks when they occur.
Mitigation – plan to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact
Fix or failure- resources are found and applied when the risk strikes
Proactive Risk Management
Formal risk analysis is performed.
Organization corrects the root causes of risk.
● Proper analysing the risk

Type of Risk Management

Reactive risk management
Crisis management- the identification of threats to an organization and its stakeholders, and the methods used to deal with these threats.

Proactive Risk Management
● Examining risk sources
● Developing the skills to
manage change.

 

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