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Cyber Safety Chapter 1: Foundations of  Security
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Copyright  ©  by EC-Council All rights  reserved. Reproduction is strictly prohibited  Objectives Define essential terminology Define security Explain the need for security Understand what cyber crime is
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Copyright  ©  by EC-Council All rights  reserved. Reproduction is strictly prohibited  Objectives (continued) Recall information security statistics Discuss the ease-of-use triangle Recall security myths Know how to harden security
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Copyright  ©  by EC-Council All rights  reserved. Reproduction is strictly prohibited  Case Example Jack gave Paul a tip about an online music site Paul logged on to his computer and accessed the  Web site Paul started downloading a few songs After downloading a particular song, Paul’s system  prompted him for a restart, which he allowed To his dismay, his computer did not boot up
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Copyright  ©  by EC-Council All  rights reserved. Reproduction is strictly prohibited  Introduction This chapter: Lays the groundwork for future topics by defining the  terminology essential to understanding the concept of  computer security Gives an overview of security, cyber crime, and the  security process
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Copyright  ©  by EC-Council All rights  reserved. Reproduction is strictly prohibited  Essential Terminology Threat Indication of a potential undesirable event Vulnerability Security weakness in a target of evaluation Target of evaluation Information resource that is being protected and  defended against attacks Attack Assault on system security that derives from an  intelligent threat Types: active and passive; inside and outside
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