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Artificial Intelligence (AI)

AI in cybersecurity is revolutionising threat detection and response capabilities. Leveraging complex algorithms, AI can autonomously identify suspicious activities, predict potential attacks, and automate defences, thereby providing a proactive security stance

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Initially popularised by cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology's decentralised and immutable nature holds promise for cybersecurity. It can be used to create highly secure systems for transactions, significantly reducing the risk of data tampering and fraud.

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Machine Learning (ML)

Machine learning, a subset of AI, employs statistical techniques to enable systems to "learn" from data and improve over time. In cybersecurity, ML can analyse vast amounts of data for patterns, flagging anomalies and providing valuable security insights.

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Computer Science

Computer science equips professionals with an understanding of system architecture, software development, and programming, enabling them to design robust security systems and respond effectively to threats.

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This refers to malicious software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the user's consent. Malware is an ever-evolving threat, with new variants emerging regularly, thus, keeping up with the latest developments and defences is essential.

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Quantum Computing

Still in its early stages, quantum computing poses both challenges and opportunities for cybersecurity. On one hand, it threatens current encryption methods, but on the other, it could lead to the development of unbreakable quantum encryption algorithms.

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This is a type of malware that threatens to publish the victim's data or perpetually block access to it unless a ransom is paid. The best defence against ransomware is a robust offensive security system and regular data backups.

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Internet of Things (IoT) Security

With billions of connected devices worldwide, the IoT landscape is a fertile ground for cyber threats. Advanced IoT security protocols are necessary to protect sensitive data and maintain system integrity.

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Offering a method for securing communication in the presence of adversarial third parties is a fundamental part of cybersecurity. Cryptography includes creating secure algorithms for encryption and decryption, digital signatures, and hash functions.

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Social Engineering

Attackers use this method to trick people into revealing confidential information, such as passwords or credit card numbers. It often involves psychological manipulation and preys on people's trust. Awareness and training are the best defences here.

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Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

SASE integrates networking and security capabilities into a single cloud-based service. It offers secure access to data from anywhere, making it vital in an era where remote work is prevalent.

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Cloud Security

With the shift to cloud-based infrastructure, cloud security has become an essential aspect of cybersecurity. This includes protecting cloud-based data, applications and infrastructure from threats, implementing security protocols and managing access and identity.

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Cyber Insurance

Cyber insurance is designed to help organisations mitigate risk exposure by offsetting costs involved with recovery after a cyber-related security breach or similar event. It is becoming increasingly critical as the potential financial impact of cyber-attacks continues to rise.

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ICS Systems

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are often used to control industrial processes. As such, the security of these systems is of paramount importance. The cybersecurity of ICS is a growing field, as these systems are increasingly being targeted by malicious actors.

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Incident Response / Data Forensics

Incident response and data forensics are vital components of any cybersecurity strategy. They involve identifying, containing, eradicating any potential threats and recovering from cybersecurity incidents, as well as improving protection for the future.

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Mobile Security

With the rise of smartphones and tablets, mobile security has become a significant concern. Mobile security focuses on protecting personal and enterprise information stored on these devices from threats like unauthorised access, data leakage, and malware.

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Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA)

As the name suggests, ZTA operates on the principle of "never trust, always verify". It requires stringent identity verification for every person and device trying to access resources on a private network, greatly reducing the risk of breaches.

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Operational Technology (OT)

OT refers to systems that monitor and control physical devices and industrial processes. As OT becomes more interconnected with IT systems, the need for robust operational technology security measures is paramount.

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Cybersecurity Policy

This involves the creation and implementation of policies and procedures to protect an organisation's information and digital assets. These inform users and administrators, defining acceptable use of resources and mechanisms for incident response.

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Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs)

As privacy regulations tighten, PETs are gaining momentum. These tools enable data to be used in ways that protect individual privacy, providing both information security and compliance benefits.

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Security Development Lifecycle (SDL)

The Security Development Lifecycle is a process that developers use to build more secure software and address security compliance requirements. The SDL includes practices like threat modelling, code review and security testing.

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Exploit Development

The purpose of Exploit Development in a cybersecurity context is to discover vulnerabilities in software systems before malicious actors can use them, allowing organisations to patch their systems and protect against potential attacks.

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Cybersecurity Mesh

Cybersecurity Mesh technology allows for the definition of a security perimeter around an individual or device, rather than around the whole organisation. It's a flexible approach that enables a more responsive security strategy in a remote work environment.

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Platform Security

This refers to the security of an entire platform, including hardware, software and data. This is important because even if individual components are secure, vulnerabilities can arise when they interact.

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Network Defense

Network Defense involves the policies and practices adopted to prevent and monitor unauthorised access, misuse, modification or denial of a computer network and network-accessible resources.

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Applied Security

Applied Security is about taking theoretical security concepts and implementing them in real-world situations. Tools and techniques in this field range from intrusion detection systems to multi-factor authentication.

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Web Application Security (Web Appsec)

Web Appsec deals with the security of websites, web applications, and web services. It is of high importance due to the ubiquity and accessibility of the web, with common threats including cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection.

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