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As per available reports about 6 Journals, 8 Conferences, 45 proceedings, 1 Media Partners are presently dedicated exclusively to Cyber Security and about 39 Open Access articles are being published on Duplex Stainless Steel.
Cyber security, also referred to as information technology security, focuses on protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, change or destruction. Cyber security is an increasingly important requirement for global business and modern society. We exist in a data-centric world, where information technology and associated communications' networks and services pervade every aspect of our lives. This makes the protection of our digital assets and activities in cyberspace of critical importance, whether for individual life experience or a prosperous and sustainable society. But the challenge to understand cyber risk and deliver effective and accessible security becomes harder as technology continues to rapidly evolve and our systems become ever more complex. We are increasingly dependent upon such information and communications infrastructures, and the threats we face are organized and evolving the skills to exploit our dependency to further their interests. Topics like: Cyber Warfare, Data mining, Computer Network attack are of interested.
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Almost every business relies on the confidentiality, integrity and availability of its data. Protecting information, whether it is held electronically or by other means, should be at the heart of the organization’s security planning. CPNI provides a range of guidance documents and technical notes aimed at improving practices and raising awareness of current issues related to information security. The following sections set out this information in more detail.
Governments, military, corporations, financial institutions, hospitals and other businesses collect, process and store a great deal of confidential information on computers and transmit that data across networks to other computers. With the growing volume and sophistication of cyber-attacks, ongoing attention is required to protect sensitive business and personal information, as well as safeguard national security. During a Senate hearing in March 2013, the nation's top intelligence officials warned that cyber-attacks and digital spying are the top threat to national security, eclipsing terrorism.
DHS plays a key role in securing the federal government's civilian cyber networks and helping to secure the broader cyber ecosystem through:
Combating cyber threats is a shared responsibility. The public, private, and non-profit sectors, and every level of government – including DHS – all have an important role to play.
By maintaining a team of skilled cyber security professionals and partnering with the private sector, DHS has been able to effectively respond to cyber incidents; provide technical assistance to owners and operators of critical infrastructure and disseminate timely and actionable notifications regarding current and potential security threats and vulnerabilities. By leveraging the resources of the ICE Cyber Crimes Center, DHS has been integrally involved in Internet investigations concerning identity and document fraud, financial fraud, and smuggling.
DHS also operates programs that help educate and recruit future generations of cyber security workers and arm citizens with the information they need to protect themselves online.
Nowadays, companies are focusing not only on security solutions but also on security services. Among the services, managed security service is rapidly gaining traction by covering 40% of the security market in 2015. Managed security services help clients to prepare for cyber-attacks by understanding and managing cyber exposure, enabling them to make informed investment decisions and to put necessary, cost-effective protection in place.
Explosive increase in cyber threats is backed by factors such as increasing mobile and web usage and social media, among others. Also, Internet of Things (IoT) is another major factor that has invited various cyber threats at various sensors, terminals, and end devices. Considering this, every sector has a wide scope for cyber security requirement. Organizations are looking for integrated security solutions these days to cater their various security needs through one platform for cost benefits and to reduce complications. The aerospace, defense, and intelligence vertical needs the most advanced cyber security solutions due to increasing security need of the nations. E-governance, increasing concerns regarding territorial security like military, navy, and economic has led the government to think more seriously about cyber threats. Also, increasing demand for cyber security has led the government to make about stringent cyber and IT laws, legal and regulatory compliances, and data security.The major vendors in the cyber security market are IBM corporations, Intel Corporation, Booz Allen Hamilton, CSC, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Sophos, Symantec, and Trend Micro.
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