Global Interconnectivity Around Cybersecurity

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An analysis is performed of global interconnectivity around cybersecurity and its impact on the pursuit of global commerce. Cultural influences, practices, and perspectives are reflected upon as they incorporate ethical, political, and social viewpoints. Cultural philosophical perspectives integrate attitudes, beliefs, values, and political agendas which help navigate tangible or intangible formations of a particular culture. As a result, products involve underlying beliefs and values and cultural practices. Studies show international trade and investment in technology promotes innovation, a key driver of competitiveness and financial growth. This paper will summarize cybersecurity interconnectedness, and its effect on the global
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Moreover, cyberspace is an ever-growing strategic domain, but it’s different from the physical space through which society operates. Developing open networks has bolstered advancements of social progress. Global interconnectivity makes it possible for people to have fair access to information and balanced development across regions. Open networks has prompted cultural exchanges though social conflicts exist among people with diverse cultural backgrounds. Equally, there’s a level of confidence that fueling our economic growth through delivery of ideologies, innovation, and cultural values will help capitalize goods and services through trade and investment. The glaring reality is with the growing international market presence, cybersecurity is a growing global challenge that causes balanced and universal solutions. Even though with unification of the pursuit of global commerce, is a heightened focus on developing public policies and private sector norms where controlled adoption could well improve the cybersecurity posture of the global actors seeking globalization, through use of the Internet. We can speculate that most civilization is entirely connected through wireless …show more content…
(Whitehouse.gov, 2015). Over the last several years, the Internet, or more specifically “The Internet of Things (IoT)” has become important in stimulating the Nation’s economic competitiveness and promoting innovation and technological modernization. In parallel, the threat of cybersecurity continues to evolve that includes unselective and comprehensive attacks intended to exploit the interconnectedness the Internet offers. These threats target vulnerabilities that intercept sensitive data and disrupt systems and are intensified by the interconnected and interoperable architecture of today 's networking environment. Information systems are largely maintained and operated by the private sector, both nationally and internationally therefore addressing cybersecurity issues requires public-private partnerships as well as cooperation and understanding of international laws and cultural

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