Security - fundamentals of networks, Computer Networking

Security

Security  is the  protection of hardware software and data  from  unauthorized access. Restricted physical  access to computer password protection limiting  user privileges and  data encryption are common  security methods. Antivirus mentoring  programs to defend  against computer  viruses are a security measure.

 

 

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