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Endpoint assaults occur when hackers obtain unauthorised access to a user's computer, server, or other endpoint, usually by infecting them with malware. Malware assaults entail infecting IT resources with malware, which allows attackers to gain access to systems, steal data, and cause damage. Ransomware assaults are also included.

The following are three sorts of cyber security threats: 1]Phishing. 2]Malware. 3]Hacking using brute force

Your network and data are protected by network security against breaches, intrusions, and other dangers. Access control, virus and antivirus software, application security, network analytics, many types of network-related security (endpoint, online, wireless), firewalls, VPN encryption, and more are all part of network security.

Network security is critical for both personal and business networks. Most homes with high-speed internet have one or more wireless routers, which can be hacked if not adequately secured. Data loss, theft, and sabotage can all be reduced with a good network security solution.

An anti-virus system is an example of network security. (1) The network administrator controls the authorisation of access to data in a network. Users are given a username and password that grants them access to information and programmes under their control.

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