Category: Foundation of Cybersecurity

4.4 – Security Implementation and Governance

Cybercrime is rapidly becoming the most costly and most common crime in the world. Attackers have the capacity to completely interrupt business operations, compromise confidential information, and damage relationships between clients and businesses. Without a complete security implementation, a business…
4.3 – Cyber-Warfare and Cyber-Terrorism

Cyber warfare and cyber terrorism in government documents, literature, and everyday use have been extremely different, emotionally loaded, and context-specific to make addressing the subject challenging. Cyber warfare is usually seen as a catch-all term to define harmful or illegal activity…
4.2 – Testing Systems

There are three main testing frameworks in the broad nexus of cyberspace vulnerabilities. White Box Testing White Box Testing is a type of testing solution which gets full disclosure about the network prior to the penetration testing. This testing is also…
4.1 – Phases of Ethical Hacking

Hackers are often smart users with good computer knowledge, and capable of creating and exploring computer hardware and software. Their purpose can be either to dig into illegal activities or to gain knowledge. Ethical hackers are driven by the eagerness…
4.0 – Hacking and Ethical Hacking

Hacking is the practice of making a malicious alteration to a program for achieving a target outside the original purpose of the creator. A person who involves in this activity is known as a Hacker. A hacker is basically an…