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Cyberterrorism and Developing Countries

Cyberterrorism and Developing Countries

Cyberterrorism is the use of the Internet by terrorist to undertake deliberate acts of terror, such as large-scale disruption of computer networks and systems. It can also be defined as the intentional employment of computer-networks to cause destruction, chaos, harm for personal ends. These could be for ideological, political, religious or for criminal objectives. Cyberterrorism has socio-economic and political consequences for countries in this this digital inter-connected world. It is thus imperative that policy makers particularly in developing countries take the threat of Cyberterrorism to their economies serious.

Major Focus of the Seminar

  • What is Cyberterrorism?
  • Types of Cyberterrorism and their capabilities
  • Why Cyberterrorism is appealing to terrorist
  • Analysing Cyberterrorism to day
  • Cyberterrorism and a country’s critical infrastructure
  • How to defend your digital infrastructure against Cyberterrorism
Cyberterrorism and Developing Countries

Who is this Seminar Designed For?

This seminar is designed for policy makers in developing countries, those in-charge of the critical infrastructure in developing countries, technologist, Information and communications experts, security agencies.

Seminar Type

This seminar can be delivered in-house or as a public programme. It is a two to four-day intensive seminar.

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