GCSE Computer Science:
This module contains:
Compatible with the following examination boards
Advancements in computer systems and networks have led to increases in theft and damage of computer data. The various threats to which a network is vulnerable to are discussed in this article. Hacking is the attempt to break computer security and make unauthorised access to a system. The motive behind hackers is to steal money or data or harm a person or organisation due to a personal grievance. Few hacking takes place for ethical reasons; to identify the security weaknesses that can be later fixed. Hacking is illegal and punishable by law.
This GCSE Computer Science module introduces
Different threats to networks
- How to identify and prevent vulnerabilities