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  1. What are some common consequences of a cyber attack?
  2. Cyber attack can cause financial losses to individuals and organizations. Comment.
  3. How cyber attack damages an organization’s reputation?
  4. How a cyber attack can result in the legal and regulatory consequences?
  5. Does a cyber attack has psychological and emotional impact on individuals who fall victim to cyber attack?
  6. Why the consequences of a cyber attack can differ from organization to organization?
  7. Which are the common cyber threats?
  8. What is meant by malware. How it spreads?
  9. What is meant by SQL Injection? Why it is used by cyber criminals?
  10. What is the full form of MITM attacks? What is the purpose of MITM attack?
  11. How do DoS and DDoS attacks disrupt the normal functioning of a computer system, network or website?
  12. What is meant by Insider Threats? What is the motive of the insider attacker?
  13. What is meant by Phishing?
  14. Cybercriminals are only outsiders? Comment.
  15. Whether antivirus/anti-malware provide complete protection to our computer system?
  16. What is the need of changing passwords on a regular basis when we have strong passwords?
  17. The use of strong passwords is only the start of cyber security measures. Comment.
  18. Whether cybersecurity is the responsibility of the IT Department alone?
  19. Do you agree with the statement that an ordinary individual need not worry about cybersecurity? Comment.
  20. Cybercriminals do not target small and medium sized businesses. Comment.
  21. Whether BYOD is secure and safe from the cybersecurity point of view?
  22. What is meant by cybercrime?
  23. What are the various reasons for which the cyber criminals may launch cyber attacks?
  24. What is meant by Hacktivism?
  25. Some individuals do hacking only for recognition. Comment.
  26. Why do some nation states carry out cyber attacks?
  27. What are the various steps which can be taken by you if your computer system becomes infected?
  28. Do you agree with the statement that prevention is the key when it comes to computer infections.