Cyber Security, also known as data security or cyber warfare security, is the protective protection of networks and computer systems against the damage or theft of either their hardware software or other electronic information, and also against the disruption or […]
Cyber Security, also known as data security or cyber warfare security, is the protective protection of networks and computer systems against the damage or theft of either their hardware software or other electronic information, and also against the disruption or malicious misuse of the resources that they offer. Many security breaches occur when a company’s network system becomes compromised because of a hacker attacking the security system. In some cases hackers or malware may be able to gain access to your company’s internal network by using fake software programs or software patches to bypass the security measures installed on your company’s system. This allows the hackers to access your company’s data, which could include personal information like credit card numbers or employee names and passwords.
When hackers gain access to your company’s system, they are able to take control of it and execute malicious acts against your company or the information contained in the company’s computer system. A security breach may come about due to negligence, by the company itself or even by an employee. If you see a security breach on your company’s network, you can take steps to prevent it from happening. You can do this by monitoring your company’s network regularly to ensure that all security measures are being taken to protect your company’s system.
Your company’s network security system should contain a keylogging feature that logs activities made while using the company’s network and prevents the person from accessing your system. You should also ensure that the system has strong firewalls protecting your company’s data. Many companies have used physical firewalls to block unauthorized access and to keep hackers at bay. However, many companies fail to consider the effect that viruses and malware can have on the security of their computer networks and network systems. For example, the infection of a virus can completely disable your network firewall, allowing any unauthorized users to gain full access to your company’s data. A physical firewall will not block the access of viruses that have already infected the network.