Are Your Information Assets Secure? Use our Computer Security Glossary to Find Out for Sure.

We publish the Computer Security Glossary for a reason. Stories about security breaches blaze across newspaper headlines and television news broadcasts each and every day. Estimates of the combined losses due to cybercrime run as high as 1 trillion dollars globally. The problem is getting worse. People need to know more about how to secure their computers and protect their electronic information.

How much do you know about computer security? Most people are slightly aware. You can use our computer security glossary to learn more about how to protect your information assets. Please visit us often, review our definitions as needed, read our security articles. Recommend us to a friend.

Everyone who uses a computer at home or in business faces serious risks. Malicious hackers, viruses, spyware, Trojan horses and malware pose significant threats. The threats are increasing and becoming more sophisticated.

Crackers, cyber-criminals and even cyber-terrorists routinely scan the Internet for computers that can easily be compromised. Malicious intruders can easily penetrate your system if your defenses are weak. You can earn how to combat threats.

Your personal or business network computer system can be attacked and made unavailable to authorized users. Business and personal computers can be "drafted" into a bot-army for the purpose of committing cyber-crimes. Did you know that you could even be held legally liable for the disclosure of confidential information or a failure to follow information security best practices? You might even be exposed to the emerging legal principle of downstream liability.

A successful cyberattack can result in customer identities being stolen, the loss of confidential R & D information or in money being stolen from your bank accounts. You must now even be concerned about your digital footprint in the mobile environment.

Have you taken systematic steps to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your company's or your personal information? You could even lose your digital identity.

Use our computer security glossary to learn the basics of what you need to know to provide for information security and to comply with the the legal "due diligence standard". Visit us often and help us build this FREE and comprehensive resource that is dedicated to protecting your information assets.