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Information Security Course

Information security can be defined as the process and method of protecting any type of data from unauthorised access. The data could be anything, including your social media information, mobile phone data, biometrics, company cloud data, customer data, and so on. Today's business environment necessitates a high level of information security. This introductory course to information security will walk you through the attacker lifecycle, various types of breaches, key attacks, and defences. You will also learn about computer security and its applications as part of the information security course.
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