An Introduction to Cyber Security: A Beginner's Guide

Last updated on Aug 24, 2020357
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  • Overview and Introduction to Cyber Security
  • Cyber Security Industry Applications, Trends and Predictions
  • Cyber Security Key Terminologies and Next Steps
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About the ebook

The belief that "it will not affect us" is the biggest blunder that a modern-day organization can make on the issue of cybersecurity. The cybersecurity threat is real, and it is, now, a worldwide problem. In this digital era, every organization, be it SMEs or large corporations, governments or banks, faces the threat of a system hack, ransomware attack, data breach, or malware. Cyber-criminals of today are not old-time lone hackers. They run organized crime networks and often operate like startup companies, hiring highly-trained programmers to innovate new online attacks.

With organizations having to secure an increasing amount of sensitive data, cybersecurity is becoming relevant and essential for businesses of all sizes. As the scale and scope of threats continue to rise at a fast pace, fresh opportunities are opening up for qualified data professionals in diverse sectors.

While Gartner predicted that the international cybersecurity market will reach US$ 170.4 billion by 2022, IDC forecasts US$ 133.7 billion global spending on security solutions in the same year.

Experts believe that the proliferation of IoT-connected devices, cloud-based applications, a range of technology initiatives, and strict privacy protection mandates are driving the rapid growth of the cyber security market. Cybersecurity is undoubtedly one of the fastest-growing fields. However, there is an acute shortage of skilled workforce. If you are enthusiastic about securing organizational digital assets but are unsure if a cyber security career is right for you, the basics of cyber security beginners' guide will clear your doubts.

Starting with cyber security introduction, this cyber security beginners guide will discuss everything you should know about cybersecurity threats, the worst affected sectors, security analytics use cases, cybersecurity terminologies, and the skills in demand. Download the cyber security beginners guide now!

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