Information security (InfoSec) is a very static yet dynamic field of study. One thing that is important to understand about information security is that over time it transforms, but the underline concept always remains the same: to protect information or data (bits) from unauthorized access. This is only the underlying concept of information security; there are many other parts to it. Several decades ago InfoSec was all about how secure of a lock you had on your physical data room. These days it has transformed quite-a-bit. Today we have the Internet; a large network of interconnected routers. With the Internet
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