How seriously you should take Cyber Security as a susceptible threat

Cyber Security Network Security

A  first step to understanding the Network Security System /Cyber Security is to consider its threats earlier. Before going into the system you should have a clear picture of the threat.

Additionally, one important factor in this topic is to raise your spirit regarding security credentials. It is important to mention here that real intrusion is always a time-consuming process.

Moreover, it is important to keep in the mind that highest threat to computers networks is not only intruders or physical hackers. There can be a malware or DoS attacks also. Malware can be a Virus’s and Trojan horses. The procedure of security inspection always starts with the risk valuation process.

A very initial step is to understand the equipment and the technical environment. This can be your routers, Switches, computers and other devices as well. These all devices or equipment come as an asset. The significant point is data security that lies on your network system. This information of your databank will give you awareness how much robust and secure strategy you have.

7 Most Common Types of Web Security Threats to your Computer System

As in the previous part of the topic, we discussed that how significant to measure your existing security threat and in this part of the topic, we will discuss the some of the common threats.

Malware:

It is much shared and dangerous malicious software based attack. This danger contains worms, spyware, Trojan horses etc.

Computer Security Gaps/ Security Breach:

This kind of threat consists of accessing any kind of information using illegal access to your computer system. These coercions consist of accessing computers or server’s passwords with suspicious methods or all related things to hacking. 

DoS Attacks:

This is called distributed denial of services. These attacks are specialized designed to access computer systems legally.

Web Attack:

These attacks are designed to break through the security of your websites. These attacks significantly have two types.

(i) SQL Injections

(ii) Cross-Site Scripting.

Session Attack:

These attacks include a special session. The attacker takes over security credentials by creating special sessions techniques. This also names as advance session taking attacks.

Insider Attack:

This type of attacks is based on internal security breaches. Somebody, who has your authorization to your network access or password, stilling your credentials and accessing your data illegally or find the middle ground to your safety.

DNS Attacks:

This type of attacks seeks to find the middle gap in the security of DNS Server and forwarding the system users towards certain malicious active websites such as phishing websites.