KS3 Computer Science: Internet security
This module contains:
Compatible with the following examination boards
The Internet is a global network of millions of computing devices that are connected to each other. There are mainly two types of computer in a network:
1. Server: Computers that provide information.
2. Client: Computers that request information.
A client depends on the server to provide and manage information. The client side of a web application is a web browser from which the information is requested. The web server provides the information.
This KS3 Computer Science module introduces internet security to your students, explaining:
- Client-server model
- World Wide Web
- Misleading websites
- Threats to computers such as malware, phishing and brute-force attack
- How to check the correctness of information on the Internet
More Networking Modules
Internet security is one lesson in our Networking module. The other theory lessons can be found below: