Lately (and not so lately), you can hear a lot about cyber security. It is really hard to find an official description about this matter so, let's take the ISO 27032 description:
"Cybersecurity” or “Cyberspace security”, defined as the “preservation of confidentiality, integrity and availability of information in the Cyberspace”. In turn “the Cyberspace” (complete with definite article) is defined as “the complex environment resulting from the interaction of people, software and services on the Internet by means of technology devices and networks connected to it, which does not exist in any physical form”.
Further reading into ISO 27032 will discover some similarities with the ISO27001 and it is really hard to differentiate Information Security Controls from Cybersecurity Controls.
So my question is:
Is cyber security the "internet specific part" from IT Security?, are they just the same but now we call it this new way?
Or is Cybersecurity the new "IT Security" and now the old "IT Security" is part of this Cybersecurity?
Apart from the "technologies" or the "nature of the threats" is Cybersecurity bringing a brand new scenario to TIC Security? isn't it the same scenario but now we have more awareness of the same threats (or more people trying to explode the systems)?