The HR professional’s guide to cybersecurity
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- HR professional's role in managing cyber security
- It will be better if students had experience in Human resources essentials
This course is designed for students who are acting HR professionals, already have knowledge in this Filed or going to get some knowledge, completing this course gives you an understanding about the importance of the HR professional's role in cybersecurity of the company, how HR leaders can enable their organizations to benefit from improved cybersecurity culture, so my course is kind of a handbook For every HR professional to protect a company from cyber attacks and also guide to them Become a Cybersecurity Ninja.
- Human resources professionals
This course is designed to give you an understanding about the importance of the HR professional's role in cybersecurity of the company, how HR leaders can enable their organizations to benefit from improved cybersecurity culture, so my course is kind of a handbook For every HR professional to protect a company from cyber attacks and also guide to them Become a Cybersecurity Ninja.
Computer hardware refers to the physical parts of a computer and related devices. Internal hardware devices include motherboards, hard drives, and RAM. External hardware devices include monitors, keyboards, mice, printers, and scanners.
The internal hardware parts of a computer are often referred to as components, while external hardware devices are usually called peripherals. Together, they all fall under the category of computer hardware.
Software, on the other hand, consists of the programs and applications that run on computers. Because the software runs on computer hardware, software programs often have system requirements that list the minimum hardware required for the software to run.
Computer data is information processed or stored by a computer. This information may be in the form of text documents, images, audio clips, software programs, or other types of data. Computer data may be processed by the computer's CPU and is stored in files and folders on the computer's hard disk.
At its most rudimentary level, computer data is a bunch of ones and zeros, known as binary data. Because all computer data is in binary format, it can be created, processed, saved, and stored digitally. This allows data to be transferred from one computer to another using a network connection or various media devices. It also does not deteriorate over time or lose quality after being used multiple times.
The Digital Infrastructure
Digital Infrastructure is defined as the ability to store and exchange data through a centralized communication system.
• A lack of focus on cybersecurity can be greatly damaging to a business
• There is the direct economic cost of such attacks to the business, such as theft of corporate information, disruption to trading or even having to repair affected systems all resulting in financial loss. As well as the physical impact, cybersecurity breaches can also cause reputational damage
• Aside from the direct impacts of a cybersecurity breach, there are also legal consequences to deal with in the aftermath
• With a lack of faith in the security of the affected business, customers will be more inclined to venture elsewhere, resulting in a loss of sales and profits.
• This can also be supported by a business not posting too much personal information online, as an opportunist scammer can (and may) use this information to convince of their legitimacy when contacting the business.