The practice of preserving computers, databases, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks is referred to as cybersecurity. It's also known as electronic information security or information infrastructure security. The concept is used in several ways, ranging from industry to mobile computing, and it can be broken down into a few groups. Sometimes the terms Information technology security or electronic information security are also used instead of cybersecurity. The term is being used in a variety of contexts, ranging from industry to mobile computing, and can be broken down into a few categories.

  • Application Security
  • Information Security
  • Disaster recovery
  • Network Security
  • Operational Security

Importance of Cybersecurity?

Yes, it is beneficial even on an individual level. Today, the entire globe is connected. Cybersecurity attacks can result in the theft of sensitive data such as family pictures or even highly confidential information such as account details. Everyone is reliant on a variety of vital infrastructure. Securing these and other organizations is important to the sustainability of our society.

About the Course

Domains Cover under this Course:

  • Cyber Security
  • Ethical Hacking
  • Network: Routing & Switching

Other certifications*

  • CCNA
  • CEH