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Difference between the three terms

At work we understand that the Information Security scope includes all sources media, paper, verbal, and digital media, and Information Security establishes controls.

IT security is the installation of anti-viruses, updates and their administration. IT security is perform by IT specialists of IT team

Who are Cyber security? in the book you say it synonymous with IS,

IS = CyberSec or CyberSec = ITsec?

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Rhand Leal Aug 10, 2020

I'm assuming you are referring to the book 9 Steps to Cybersecurity: The Manager’s Information Security Strategy Manual.

Cybersecurity is, in fact, the area where Information Security and IT security meet (it is at the same time an aspect of Information Security and IT Security).

IT security aims to protect Information and Communication Technologies (e.g., equipment, software, facilities, etc.), while Information Security aims to protect the information regardless of where it is.

When information to be protected is on digital form, being stored, processed, or transmitted by ICT elements, then we have cybersecurity.

This article will provide you a further explanation about cybersecurity:

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