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GLOSSARY


Botnet

a network of private computers infected with malicious software and controlled as a group without the owners' knowledge, e.g. to send spam.


Bug bounty

A bug bounty is a program offered by many companies, websites, organizations, and software developers. It relies on end-users to recognize bugs (especially those concerning security exploits and vulnerabilities) and report them to admins.


Baiting

A false offer or promise to gain some kind of advantage or reward, generally leading to the extortion of personal or financial data.


Credential breaches

or credential stuffing: is a cyberattack method in which attackers use the username and password stolen (“credentials”) in to website login forms, in order to fraudulently gain access to user accounts.


Cybersecurity Managament Plan

Developed and implemented cyber security plan in your company. Rules, standards and procedures for maintaining systems and data in safety.


Cyber insurance

Cyber insurance is a type of insurance cover that aims to protect your business from IT threats and covers you if your systems or data has been lost, damaged or stolen in the event of a cyber attack. Cyber insurance covers damage to your business such as the cost of investigating the cyber crime, restoring IT systems, recovering lost data, reputational damage, extortion payments demanded by cyber criminals and costs relating to business shut down


Cyber risk

A risk assesment that have been assigned to a cyber threat. It is associated with the subject threat estimates the probability of potential losses that may result.


Cyber Crisis

A cyber crisis is any cyber event that may negatively influence your business.


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