Data breaches occur nearly every day. From very large retailers, down to your fantasy football website, and anywhere in between, they have been compromised in some way. How did the attackers get in? What did they do with the data they compromised? What should I be concerned with in my own business or my systems? This course is the second course in the Practical Computer Security. It will discuss types of threats and attack vectors commonly seen in today’s environment. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but threats are all over the place! This course isn’t designed to insight fear that there is no hope for keeping systems and business secure, but rather educate you on how attacks are carried out so that you have a better sense of what to look out for in your business or with your systems.
This course is part of the Cybersecurity for Business Specialization
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THREATS AND ATTACK VECTORS IN COMPUTER SECURITY
Network and system based attacks
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CYBER THREATS AND ATTACK VECTORS
unfrtunaly have to wait the peer's review and grading to pass the course and get the certificate
otherwise its a good and easy to understand course the lecturer is very good
I learned a lot in this course thanks to you Greg, you explained all topics very effectively and easy to understandable thanks to many examples you presented .
KEEP TEACHING ALL THE BEST TO YOU TOO
Excellent course! I loved it! The instructor is really good and it shows up what the needs of the industry are. He follows every theory point with a real-life example. Excellent course.
Greg's explanation is lucid and he incorporates all his IT, CS experience in this course. Very well made and probably some of the best peer community I have ever come across. Cheers!
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