Event Title

CYBER CRIME, THREAT TO THE SECURITY SYSTEMS OF THE WESTERN BALKANS

Presenter Information

Arian Kadriu

Session

Political Science

Description

The main priority of the Cyber Defense Strategy will be the treatment of cyberspace as an operational domain in order to be organized, trained and equipped with tools, so that the MoD / Armed Forces can act on the potential of cyberspace. for the protection of interconnection and information systems. Its main goal is to provide guidance, coherence and focus, for a comprehensive approach, to develop military capabilities in cyberspace over the next three years. Relevant Structural Communication and Information Systems (ISMS) structures of the MoD / Armed Forces work actively to provide secure infrastructure for these systems, through organization, allocation of appropriate resources, good overall conditions and effective measures. These structures integrate security and forces in the information infrastructure to protect the activity of the MoD and the Armed Forces as well as all users of these systems. The Cyber Security Strategy will be consistent with the requirements that are constantly placed in this area and will respect all the principles set out in conventions, international agreements, initiatives to be taken, with the aim of protecting and preventing interference or damage to the Systems. Liaison and Information (SNI). The Internet and mobile devices have created and run a greater risk by being exposed to cybercrime. Today there is an underground market, invisible, easily accessible on the Internet, for buying and selling information and marketing of tools for cybercrime. Criminals are taking advantage of this opportunity more and more.

Keywords:

Cyber Crime, Defense, Armed Forces, Criminals

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.248

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CYBER CRIME, THREAT TO THE SECURITY SYSTEMS OF THE WESTERN BALKANS

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The main priority of the Cyber Defense Strategy will be the treatment of cyberspace as an operational domain in order to be organized, trained and equipped with tools, so that the MoD / Armed Forces can act on the potential of cyberspace. for the protection of interconnection and information systems. Its main goal is to provide guidance, coherence and focus, for a comprehensive approach, to develop military capabilities in cyberspace over the next three years. Relevant Structural Communication and Information Systems (ISMS) structures of the MoD / Armed Forces work actively to provide secure infrastructure for these systems, through organization, allocation of appropriate resources, good overall conditions and effective measures. These structures integrate security and forces in the information infrastructure to protect the activity of the MoD and the Armed Forces as well as all users of these systems. The Cyber Security Strategy will be consistent with the requirements that are constantly placed in this area and will respect all the principles set out in conventions, international agreements, initiatives to be taken, with the aim of protecting and preventing interference or damage to the Systems. Liaison and Information (SNI). The Internet and mobile devices have created and run a greater risk by being exposed to cybercrime. Today there is an underground market, invisible, easily accessible on the Internet, for buying and selling information and marketing of tools for cybercrime. Criminals are taking advantage of this opportunity more and more.