Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 1   Area: International Relations

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Ehab A. NAAS

THE GROWING THREAT TO THE SECURITY OF INSTITUTIONS AND COUNTRIES AS A RESULT OF ELECTRONIC PIRACY IN CYBERSPACE, “LIBYA IS A MODEL”

Terrorism is the obsession experienced by all countries and people fear it to the point that it has become a part of daily life. Hardly a day goes by without a terrorist act beginning somewhere in the world. It has become unique and news of terrorism is shared in the media and receives the attention of people of all cultural levels and inclinations and existence. On the ground, it is due to policies and locations. However, history has advanced, but at the present time even after another very exciting new one, especially after the amazing spread of modern technology and the emergence of the information network (the Internet), which enables devastating bloody operations to be carried out with minimal effort and many security elements continue to prevent them from scratch. Or catch them later. Cyber war is one of the most prominent features of political and commercial conflicts between countries. In theory, cyber war means malicious activities through the Internet supported by a country, which target infrastructure, facilities, government institutions, industrial networks, and research, and are capable of disrupting the operation of vital infrastructure.

Keywords: Cyber Terrorism, Cyber War, Cyber Power, Cyber-Crime, Cyber Space

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.27.17


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