When dealing with cyber security with critical

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When dealing with cyber security with critical infrastructure everyone must be a key player no one will be exempt and no one group can work without the other group. Government must respect all stakeholders when speaking of national security for our infrastructure business owner must take on a much responsible role amongst their organization. All enterprise should be more focus on their vulnerabilities of cyberspace there must be security policies and implementation in place within government and private sectors in case of attack. There should be a clear language among all stakeholders when speaking of any type of cyber threat. It is important to have Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) to give clear expectations of the organization expectation for protecting an organization network. Data classification policy must be in place for every organization just in case there is a breach of security that’s clear of recovers information stating the classification of critical, urgent and non-vital and every stakeholder must be able to identify each group. Identify how internal or external stakeholders have influenced the situation in a positive or negative way. The stakeholder is the person or organizations who gaining or loosing within the cyber security world either through the outcome of securing their network or allowing the vulnerability of their networks to remain open. Either there using antivirus software to secure their data or using the technique that’s used to identify the intrusions and keep them off their network. Although the wave of the future has revolutionized the way we communicate, the Internet is the genius of the computer age that provides access all over the world. Practical everything you could ever want is available on the Internet. The Internet will always be a public forum for anyone who wants access to the web. In this era where everything is available just click away such as all privatized information waiting for criminals to get into and have a field day with our personal information
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CYBER SECURITY 7 by committing a crime. “External hacking is the top cyber security threat plaguing federal agencies according to half respondents. Other human caused threats include insider data leakage and theft (29%), mobile device theft (20%, or 25% among civilian only) and physical security attacks (18%).” (2) As we know the biggest threat in cyber security is consider our internal threats such as people inside our organization. Based on data internal stakeholder plays a huge impact on the organization security by allocating public and private keys or approval of sensitive data. Due to the importance of the roles and responsibility of personnel while fulfilling their daily jobs cyber security breaches is at the top of security within an organization threat.
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