Internet and IT devices are being used for business and entertainment more frequently. Internet has been becoming a vital part of social fabric. Threats to Internet and other complex commercial networks are solid and growing. Globalization and the need for interoperability complicates security of IT Networks and Internet. Cyber threats have an important potential damage capacity. Proactive security methodologies are needed to protect valuable information. According to the situation described above, the purpose of this paper is to examine the current trends in network security, and to propose a roadmap for protecting information from cyber threats.
College of Arts, Sciences and Technology
Publication or Event Title
Cyberwar-Netwar: Security in the Information Age
Karabacak, B., & Uneri, M. (2006). Securing Networks of Information Age. Cyberwar-Netwar: Security in the Information Age Retrieved from https://fuse.franklin.edu/facstaff-pub/45