Cybersecurity Fundamental Bootcamp [Free Online Course] - TechCracked

Cybersecurity Fundamental Bootcamp

Upgrade your Cybersecurity concepts and get prepared for Job interviews

What you'll learn

  • Foundational Cybersecurity
  • Cybersecurity CIA Traid
  • Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability
  • Security Architecture
  • Security Governance
  • IT Risk Framework
  • Security Compliances
  • Security Control Framework


This course will help you with some core concepts of Cybersecurity fundamentals.

In the information security (InfoSec) community, “CIA” has nothing to do with a certain well-recognized US intelligence agency. These three letters stand for confidentiality, integrity, and availability, otherwise known as the CIA triad.

Together, these three principles form the cornerstone of any organization’s security infrastructure; in fact, they (should) function as goals and objectives for every security program. The CIA triad is so foundational to information security that anytime data is leaked, a system is attacked, a user takes a phishing bait, an account is hijacked, a website is maliciously taken down, or any number of other security incidents occur, you can be certain that one or more of these principles has been violated.

Anyone familiar with even the basics of cybersecurity would understand why these three concepts are important. But why is it so helpful to think of them as a triad of linked ideas, rather than separately?

It's instructive to think about the CIA triad as a way to make sense of the bewildering array of security software, services, and techniques that are in the marketplace. Rather than just throwing money and consultants at the vague "problem" of "cybersecurity," we can ask focused questions as we plan and spend money: Does this tool make our information more secure? Does this service help ensure the integrity of our data? Will beefing up our infrastructure make our data more readily available to those who need it?

  • Confidentiality: Only authorized users and processes should be able to access or modify data
  • Integrity: Data should be maintained in a correct state and nobody should be able to improperly modify it, either accidentally or maliciously
  • Availability: Authorized users should be able to access data whenever they need to do so

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