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Cyber Security of Critical Infrastructure

Vidharshana M, Sangami M. R, Mahasuwetha M, B. M. Rajesh


This study provides a political analysis and evaluation of the benefits brought by critical security in cyberspace. It shows the limits of cybersecurity in national security, the use of artificial intelligence and investigative ethics to protect critical infrastructure. Previously investigated and discusses cybersecurity value conflicts and ethical issues in national security by analyzing data from data dating back to 2016. Along with this, it also includes a medical review of the latest research on the potential of artificial intelligence and cyber threats to the country's infrastructure. This section provides a review of four studies aimed at encouraging greater connectivity between the digital and non-digital infrastructures that support this field. The interchange of results was analyzed in the previous year's data.


Critical infrastructures Cybersecurity·Ethical issues National Critical infrastructures, Cybersecurity, Ethical issues, National security, Value conflict

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