Event Title

The Role of Information, New Technologies and National Security

Session

Law

Description

This proposal-paper aims to indicate the current and future situation regarded to the information and technology security that public safety requires. As widely accepted, information has broaden its meaning, and is generally equalized to a control or power. A country (state), institution or even a citizen that possesses wide range of information, no matter the issue, this information is related to give him/her a special self-confidence, that special feeling of assisting everyday needs. In overall picture, the same happens to a country (state). The possession of information, obviously helps it to develop and progress each day further more. As the possession of information implies power in itself, it somehow can be considered as a very delicate matter or in special cases even dangerous. It is very important for a country (state) to undertake very high security measures (mechanisms) in order to prevent criminals, groups of criminals or terrorism by receiving official important information on different government’s areas such as use of technology (software of programs), national system of monitoring land including border lines; public transport and traffic roads; banking system; electricity transmission; health security etc.

This proposal-paper aims to present the need that our country (state) has about implementation of models of the NATO member states. These models will help institutions not only create a compact structure on information technology and electronic communications; but also to give the opportunity of furthering development on this as a need of security matter.

Aware enough, with the importance of the topic especially with focus of the history of electronic attacks and their classification; problem of information security; information technologies; models of communication technologies in the field of national security; legal acts on electronic communications; would be beneficiary to future students, lecturers, senior officers of institutions and other interested persons. Furthermore, this proposal-paper will also make obvious to what extend changes have been made by public administration and security institutions. Surely enough, there are figures of differences observed not only by institutions but also by think-tanks, citizens etc.

Session Chair

Jorida Zhafaj

Session Co-Chair

Shkumbin Asllani

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-54-7

Location

Durres, Albania

Start Date

28-10-2017 9:00 AM

End Date

28-10-2017 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2017.232

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The Role of Information, New Technologies and National Security

Durres, Albania

This proposal-paper aims to indicate the current and future situation regarded to the information and technology security that public safety requires. As widely accepted, information has broaden its meaning, and is generally equalized to a control or power. A country (state), institution or even a citizen that possesses wide range of information, no matter the issue, this information is related to give him/her a special self-confidence, that special feeling of assisting everyday needs. In overall picture, the same happens to a country (state). The possession of information, obviously helps it to develop and progress each day further more. As the possession of information implies power in itself, it somehow can be considered as a very delicate matter or in special cases even dangerous. It is very important for a country (state) to undertake very high security measures (mechanisms) in order to prevent criminals, groups of criminals or terrorism by receiving official important information on different government’s areas such as use of technology (software of programs), national system of monitoring land including border lines; public transport and traffic roads; banking system; electricity transmission; health security etc.

This proposal-paper aims to present the need that our country (state) has about implementation of models of the NATO member states. These models will help institutions not only create a compact structure on information technology and electronic communications; but also to give the opportunity of furthering development on this as a need of security matter.

Aware enough, with the importance of the topic especially with focus of the history of electronic attacks and their classification; problem of information security; information technologies; models of communication technologies in the field of national security; legal acts on electronic communications; would be beneficiary to future students, lecturers, senior officers of institutions and other interested persons. Furthermore, this proposal-paper will also make obvious to what extend changes have been made by public administration and security institutions. Surely enough, there are figures of differences observed not only by institutions but also by think-tanks, citizens etc.