Threats to Information Systems (Unintentional and Deliberate Threats)

By the end of the video, students will be able to
1. Explain the contribution of employees to the vulnerability of information systems;
2. Differentiate unintentional and deliberate threats to information systems;
3. List down incidents of human errors that cause dangers to information systems;
4. Describe social engineering;
5. Enumerate techniques used for social engineering;
6. Discuss espionage and information extortion;
7. Identify ways of perpetrators to do cybervandalism;
8. Explain losses of an organization when there is theft of equipment;
9. Determine the methods to obtain information for identity theft act of offenders;
10. Define the different categories of malware attacks;
11. Express the various examples of alien software; and
12. Examine the similarity and differences between cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare.

00:00 Introduction
00:10 Categories of Threats to Information Systems
00:24 Unintentional Threats due to Employees
01:30 Human Errors that cause Damages to Information Systems
03:00 Social Engineering
04:14 Deliberate Threats to Information Systems
04:29 Espionage
04:41 Information Extortion
05:34 Cyber vandalism
05:57 Theft of Equipment
06:20 Identity Theft
07:04 Malicious Software Attack
09:03 Alien Software Attack
09:52 Cyberterrorism and Cyberwarfare
10:58 References
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