The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) develops cybersecurity standards, guidelines, best practices, and other resources to meet the needs of US industry, federal agencies, and the broader public. Our work ranges from specific information that can be put into practice immediately to longer-term research that anticipates advances in technologies and future challenges.
As part of our efforts to cultivate trust in information, systems, and technologies and to help organizations measure and manage risk, we carry out cybersecurity assignments defined by federal statutes, executive orders, and policies, including developing cybersecurity standards and guidelines for federal agencies.
Cybercrimes are increasing each day. With the advent of cyber-crimes, cybercriminals are getting smarter by adopting effective techniques. They can leak your personal information such as your social security, bank account details, credit card numbers, and so much more. No matter what profession we have, we are dependent on laptops. Downloading antiviruses is not enough to protect your system from hacking. You need to have a proper cybersecurity system so that there is no chance of hacking.
We need to have cybersecurity. Cybercrimes are increasing every day because of the exposure to the information related to our identity that is readily available on cloud services. This is a complete guide that will provide you with all the necessary information that you would want to know about cyber security. If you have been a victim of cybercrime, or you are looking for ways to protect your system, then you chose the right book. The thing is that although cyber crimes are getting the government's attention, and the government has managed to take action, we should always remain alert so that we can avoid their occurrence completely.
What this book will inform you:
The cyber security world
What really is cyber
What are cyber security risks and issues we are facing?
Cyber warfare and attacks against companies
What is hacking?
How to protect yourself?