The Different Types of Cybersecurity

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Network Security 


Network security is a set of techniques that protect the usability and integrity of a company's infrastructure.

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Cloud Security 


Cloud security, also known as cloud computing security, is a collection of security measures designed to protect cloud-based infrastructure, applications, and data.

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Endpoint Security 


Endpoint security is the practice of securing endpoints or entry points of end-user devices such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices from being exploited by malicious actors and campaigns

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Mobile Security 


Mobile device security refers to measures designed to protect sensitive information stored and transmitted on laptops, smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other portable devices.

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IoT Security 


IoT security can be understood as a cybersecurity strategy and protection mechanism that safeguards against the possibility of cyberattacks which specifically target physical IoT devices that are connected to the network. 

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Application Security 


Application security is the process of developing, adding, and testing security features within applications to prevent security vulnerabilities against threats such as unauthorized access and modification.

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Zero Trust 


Zero trust is a security framework that requires all users inside or outside the organization's network to be authenticated, authenticated, and continuously validate security configuration and posture to grant or maintain access to applications and data.

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