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THE CYBER SECURITY OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES IN AN INCREASINGLY CONNECTED WORLD

Vasile Florin POPESCU, Ph.D

Abstract


In an increasingly connected world, critical infrastructures have become more vulnerable than ever to cyber security threats, whether they come from national states, criminal organizations or individuals. This new vulnerability stems from fundamental changes in the technological systems of organizations (government and private). In this regard, the Virtual Critical Infrastructure of any organization / nation represents an arena where security is absolutely imperative. Cyber protection has become crucial in every sector of activity, and the absence of measures to protect critical infrastructures threatens to cause huge damage to the functioning of the company.


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