The technical term for the address (location) of an internet resource on the internet such as a website or image within a website.
Unpatched software refers to computer code with known security weaknesses.
An unsecured network most often refers to a free Wi-Fi network, like at a coffeehouse or retail store.
An area not been certified to the physical security requirements for a Zone 2 to Zone 5 area, as defined in AGD’s PSPF, Entity facilities policy, to allow for the processing or storage of sensitive or classified information.
An act of updating something or someone or an updated version of something.
Universal Resource Locator
A team within the Department of Homeland Security charged with protecting the United States Internet infrastructure by coordinating defence against and response from cyberattacks.
Universal Serial Bus
A small piece of hardware that stores data, sometimes called a jump drive, thumb drive or flash drive.
An individual that is authorised to access a system.
The overall experience of a person using a product such as a website or computer application, especially in terms of how easy or pleasing it is to use.
The means by which the user and a computer system interact, in particular the use of input devices and software.