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Contribution to Book
The Future of National and International Security on the Internet
Information Security in Diverse Computing Environments (2014)
  • Maurice Dawson
  • Marwan Omar
  • Jonathan Abramson, Colorado Technical University
  • Dustin Bessette
Abstract

Hyperconnectivity is a growing trend that is driving cyber security experts to develop new security architectures for multiple platforms such as mobile devices, laptops, and even wearable displays. The futures of national and international security rely on complex countermeasures to ensure that a proper security posture is maintained during this state of hyperconnectivity. To protect these systems from exploitation of vulnerabilities it is essential to understand current and future threats to include the laws that drive their need to be secured. Examined within this chapter are the potential security-related threats with the use of social media, mobile devices, virtual worlds, augmented reality, and mixed reality. Further reviewed are some examples of the complex attacks that could interrupt human-robot interaction, children-computer interaction, mobile computing, social networks, and human-centered issues in security design.

Keywords
  • augmented reality,
  • cyber security,
  • computer science,
  • engineering,
  • technology,
  • information systems,
  • networking,
  • security,
  • national security,
  • international security,
  • cyber terrorism,
  • complex,
  • attacks,
  • mobile devices
Publication Date
2014
Publisher
Information Science Reference
Citation Information
Maurice Dawson, Marwan Omar, Jonathan Abramson and Dustin Bessette. "The Future of National and International Security on the Internet" HersheyInformation Security in Diverse Computing Environments (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/maurice_dawson/24/