Cyber geopolitics and COVID-19 impact on international securityAuthor(s):
Dr. Sanjeev KumarAbstract:
Geopolitical tensions are increasingly playing out in the technology and digital space, with impacts felt across geographies and sectors. At the same time, the rapid increase in connectivity triggered by COVID-19 has added future urgency to debates regarding reliance on foreign technology and its impact on national and International security. in this environment, organizations will have maintain an understanding of the increasingly complex regulatory and Cyber threat environments in which they operate. Some observers argue the COVID-19 pandemic could be a world changing event with potentially profound and long-lasting implications for the International security environment. The long and short term view has always been a requirement for those working in cyber security. Right now, the short term involves securing remote working infrastructure, while also responding to skyrocketing COVID-19 phishing lures. The COVID-19 is a major global event that could in time sit alongside the likes of the global financial crises, 9/11 and even the breakup of the Soviet Union in shaping the Geopolitical landscape. This article explores cyber geopolitics and COVID-19 crises major challenges international and National security.
Objectives of the Study
The objectives of the study are some following:
1.To analyse the cyber geopolitics and COVID-19 crises in global pandemic.
2.To examine the COVID-19 impact on international security dimension in various countries.
3.To discuss the COVID-19 security challenges in digital world and India.
4.To understand the cyber geopolitics and COVID-19 impact on national security perspective.
Research Methodology: The research article is following the current trend of COVID-19 cases and the analysis which can help to development future trends. So that proper monetization and effective control measures can be implemented by the administration. This study is based on primary and secondary sources of information. Primary sources from interview in electronic mode like phone, YouTube records. The secondary sources of data collected from books, articles, magazines, would be our main resources. The methods applied in this study are current global order and national security theories, historical, descriptive, comparative & analytical.Pages: 314-321 | Views: 53 | Downloads: 34Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar. Cyber geopolitics and COVID-19 impact on international security. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2021;3(1):314-321.