Cybersecurity

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December 23, 2020

Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

This opinion paper shows the active use of artificial intelligence without significant control measures in place, especially in its early stages, produces insufficient levels of trust to be categorized as unjustified. To minimize the security risks it is imperative to have some form of control to ensure the reliability of artificial intelligence to complement cybersecurity. It is require continuous monitoring and evaluation of artificial intelligence systems. Setting the artificial intelligence standards in cybersecurity, that aims to gain trust and thus refuse to monitor and control AI is risky.
December 8, 2020

Near Future of Cybersecurity and New Trends in Cyberspace

This opinion paper provides an directions and future trends of global cybersecurity that will develop in 2021. It gives insight how the cybersecurity landscape will evolve and how rapidly growing technologies are promoting to increase the number of cyber-criminals and further sophistication of the methods of committing cybercrimes.
October 7, 2020

Cybersecurity In The Civil Aviation And Existing Challenges

This opinion paper highlights challenges in monitoring, analyzing and securing critical infrastructure of the aviation sector. In the paper suggested that it is crucial to ensure cybersecurity for the civil aviation. All stakeholders, in particular, public and private sectors as wells as the representatives of academia should be involved in the process of protecting critical infrastructure.
July 13, 2020

It’s Time to Make Personal Data Protection A ‘National Standard’

This opinion paper discusses critical pieces of personal information can be mis-used resulting in theft of one’s identity and in turn used for legally questionable purposes. Despite the risk, technological organizations and social media platforms treat personal data irresponsibly, and reports indicate sharing of personal information with third parties and storing it on online public forums where, it is nearly impossible to expunge.
July 2, 2020

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Future Development of Cybersecurity

This commentary discuss how post COVID-19 will be vital for all countries and especially for the post-soviet and Eastern European countries to review their approaches related to cybersecurity strategies and political frontier. The recommendations are outlined for a systemic revamping of existing confided cybersecurity approach.
June 25, 2020

The Current Posture of Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism

This opinion paper highlights about Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism and outline their different types, motivation and countermeasures. The article concludes with the key findings from the literature and suggests avenues for future research efforts.
June 13, 2020

End-To-End Encryption… What are you hiding?

This white paper present to understand the privacy debate. With the rise of surveillance capitalism and data-driven authoritarianism, the ability to control private data and information is a fundamental human right, on par with the right to life and liberty
May 5, 2020

Safeguarding Nuclear and Conventional Warheads Using Blockchain

This white paper present how blockchain technology can create a new wall against cyber threats on military and nuclear installations.
March 26, 2020

Towards Growing Military Cyber Developments in the Asia-Pacific Region

In this issue brief, we look specifically at military cyber developments in the Asia-Pacific region. It gives an overview of the evolution of the policy and strategy of several countries in the region, laying out the foundations for a deeper involvement of the military in cyberspace. And discuss current trend within the regional security context.