Cyber Security

● What is Cybersecurity?
● Principles
● Difference between Information security and cybersecurity
● Similarities
● Assets

Cyber Security
Cybersecurity is the body of technologies, processes and practices.
It is designed to protect integrity of networks, computers, programs and
data from attack, damage or unauthorized access.
Kill chains, zero-day attacks, ransomware, alert fatigue and budgetary
constraints are just a few example of cyber attacks.

Cyber Security Principle
The Cyber Security five principles:
1. Confidentiality
2. Integrity
3. Availability
4. Accountability
5. Auditability

Cyber Security Principle
● Confidentiality : is a set of rules that limits access or place restrictions on
certain type of information.
● Integrity : is the assurance that the information is trustworthy and accurate
● Availability : is a guarantee of reliable access to the information by
authorized people.
● Accountability : is an assurance that an individual or an organization will
be evaluated on their performance or behavior related to something for
which they are responsible.

Cyber Security Principle
● Auditability : A security audit is a systematic evaluation of the security of a
company’s information system by measuring how well it conforms to a set
of established criteria.

Information security Information Security means Data Security.
It main concern is for the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of user data.
Cybersecurity is all about protecting data that is found in electronic form.
It identify what the critical data is, where it resides, and the
technology that user have to use in order to protect it.

Information security and Cybersecurity:
● Both have physical security component :
There is a need of entire physical access control to a place where data is
stored either digitally or physically, in order to avoid unauthorized access.
● Both protect the valuable ‘data’ :
In both the securities, the main concern is safeguarding the data of the
company from the illegal digital and physical access of any kind.

Cyber Security Assets
Assets include
● Hardware (e.g. servers and switches)
● Software (e.g. mission critical applications and support systems)
● Confidential information
Asset can be data, device or other component of the environment that
supports information-related activities.
Assets should be protected from unauthorized access.


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