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Types of Attacks

The following are the four general types of attacks: Interruption Interception Modification Fabrication Interruption A system asset is destroyed, made unavailable, or made useless. To put it another way, a network service is degraded or made unavailable for lawful purposes. They are attacks against the availability of the network. Examples […]

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Principles of Security

The following are the basic fundamentals of information security: Confidentiality Integrity Availability Every aspect of a security program (and every security control implemented by an organization) should be designed to meet at least one of these principles. The CIA Triad is their standard term. What is Confidentiality? Confidentiality measures are […]

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How To Make Your System And Network Safe?

Network security management is the process of managing a network in such a manner that it is capable of dealing with all types of network threats and virus issues and solving them. The following are the most important criteria to consider while ensuring the security of your system: Use Strong […]

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Network Security

Network security refers to the monitoring and control of illegal access, exploitation, and any undesired changes to the networking system. A computer networking system strategy that ensures the security of an organization’s assets, software, and hardware resources is known as network security. Why Do We Need Network Security? Connecting our […]

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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN)

Sensors, a controller, and a communication system make up a typical sensor network. Wireless Sensor Networks, or simply WSNs, are networks in which the communication mechanism in a Sensor Network is implemented using a Wireless protocol. Sensor Nodes are placed in high density and frequently in huge quantities to provide […]

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Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS)

Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) is a manufacturing technology for microscale devices such as sensors, actuators, transducers, gears, switches, pumps, etc. Basically, MEMS are microscopic integrated devices made up of electronics, electrical, and mechanical parts that work together to fulfil a single functional need, based on a technique known as […]

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Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT)

MQTT is a lightweight publish and subscribe system that allows clients to send and receive messages. MQTT is a low-bandwidth messaging system developed for limited devices. As a result, it’s ideal for Internet of Things applications. MQTT allows you to control outputs, read and publish data from sensor nodes, and […]

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Cloud Computing Services

The three main Cloud Computing Services are: Software as a Service (SaaS) Platform as a Service (PaaS) Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Software as a Service (SaaS) SaaS makes use of the internet to offer apps to consumers that are controlled by a third-party vendor. The majority of SaaS apps […]

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Fog Computing

Fog computing, also known as fog networking or fogging, is a decentralised computing architecture that exists between the cloud and data-generating devices. Users may put resources, such as programmes and the data they generate, in logical areas to improve performance using this flexible structure. In simple words, Fog computing is […]

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Edge Computing

Edge computing allows for faster response times that aren’t hampered by network latency, as well as decreased bandwidth by selectively transferring the right data to the cloud. Edge computing architecture is directly applicable to IoT-linked devices. A large amount of data is generated by remote sensors placed on a machine, […]

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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing facilitates in the analysis and storing of the data, allowing companies to get the most out of their IoT infrastructure. Businesses may get a lot of resources from the Cloud, so they don’t have to spend a lot of money building up their infrastructure. The IT team is […]

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MILKHA SINGH

Milkha Singh, popularly known as “The Flying Sikh,” was a renowned Indian sprinter who began competing while serving in the Indian Army. On November 20th, 1929, Milkha Singh was born. […]

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