CyberSecurity
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CyberSecurity.

CyberSecurity is defined as "measures taken to protect a computer or computer system (as on the Internet) against unauthorized access or attack" according to Merriam-Webster. And every device that stores our data or that we have to log in to someway has some CyberSecurity. Our phones, laptops, smart watches and super computers have a aspect of CyberSecurity implimented into it. For example, our phones have biometrics which measure a part of our body to confirm access. This can be facial recognition or a finger print scanner. Laptops have also strated using biometrics, with newer models implementing finger print scanners or facial recognition. But thats only to access the device there is CyberSecurity running even when you are not using the device. There are firewalls, built in anti-virus software and other propeitory software built in to keep your device safe. But CyberSecurity is not only kept digitall but in the real world as well this will be explained in the threats page.


If want to learn more about CyberSecurity and how to stay safe online, you have come to the right place. This website will teach you all yo have to know about CyberSecurity and how to stay safe online.


Above there are 3 pages you can go to;
General will explain what CyberSecurity is and the basics about staying safe.

Threats will explain different threats to look out for.

How to stay safe will exlain in detail more about staying safe and methods you can use to stay safe.