explain how the principles of science relate to cybersecurity

It can be said that cybersecurity is an applied science that designs the necessary skills required to secure, protect, and identify vulnerabilities in a network including knowledge of various operating systems (such as Windows, Linux, and macOS) and network devices (such as routers, switches, and firewalls), as well as an understanding of networking protocols and concepts (such as TCP/IP and DNS). In addition, cybersecurity science is also an interdisciplinary field that studies the relationships between the attributes, structures, and dynamics of cyber threats and defenses. It encompasses the study of violations of cyber security policy, the networks and devices that are targeted, the tools and techniques used by both attackers and defenders, and the role of malicious software in cyber attacks.