Impact of Critical Infrastructure Protection as a Distributed Security System 1923-2926


Impact of Critical Infrastructure Protection as a Distributed Security System in Computer Networks in the Banking Sector

Aim: Over the past few decades, technological advancements have significantly contributed to computer systems, becoming even more apparent in organisations and institutions.

Design/Method: In the current study primary quantitative research method was used in which information was gathered from 200 participants using a survey questionnaire based on the 5-point Likert scale. For data analysis, descriptive and inferential analysis were used using the statistical software SPSS.

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Critical infrastructure includes the basic components essential for the normal and general working of society. Critical infrastructure is defined by Ouyang (2014) as the body of networks, assets, and systems that are critical for the continuation of the operation to ensure the safety and security of society, nation, or the health of the public. The demolition of critical infrastructure can significantly impact every aspect of life due to the failure to maintain functions (Walker-Roberts, Hammoudeh & Dehghantanha, 2018).

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