Cyber warfare is considered mysterious targets of unknown sources that move through information and communication networks worldwide and use electronic weapons targeting information technology. They are directed against vital installations or invaded by agents of the intelligence services. Cybersecurity is one of the most significant digital technological breakthroughs that the world is now witnessing. It is considered the first weapon specialized in defending computers, electronic systems, and data from malicious attacks, servers, mobile devices, and networks. As a result, the goal of this research is to determine how Saudi Arabia uses security approaches for cyber warfare. The study adopted the descriptive method which addressed several aspects related to the strategies and security techniques for cyber warfare. The results indicate that the focus on cyber that pays importance to the possible countermeasures and preventive techniques that could be used to counter the risks of attackers, and discusses the encryption and watermark measures organizations can protect data against the illegal leak and hacking.
Citation: Ohoud S. Al-Harthi, Osama S. Faragallah, and Jehad F. Al-Amri (2021) Utilization of Security Techniques for Cyber Warfare: KSA, European Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology, Vol.9, No.4, pp.54-72,
ADOPTION OF RFID TECHNOLOGY IN KENYA (Published)
The objective of this research was to evaluate knowledge of RFID systems in the Kenyan ICT sector. This was in tandem with my Master’s thesis titled “Enhancing RFID Application Data Security Using RSA Algorithm”. To enhance the current security measures and controls in current RFID applications I propose RSA algorithm as the best suited public cryptosystems in the currently available encryption standards. As I collected my data from the different respondents I issued my questionnaires I found varying responses across the board, some knew of RFID and RSA algorithm while others have never heard of RFID and RSA algorithm. After collection of this data i used SPSS to analyze it and the deductions I attained formed the basis of this publication. This research was focused wholly in the Kenyan ICT sector and evaluated the knowledge of RFID in sector.
Global system for mobile communication (GSM) is the largest used operator network. The early phase of this paper deals with the gigantic ken of GSM provided services and various security aspects in order to prevent the services from being deteriorated. But with great power comes great responsibility to be persistent about its level of performance, for the same the GSM association evolved with algorithms. Also the need for security in telecommunication has a shared view in this paper. Nevertheless this paper sets a glance on each of these developed algorithms. Algorithms being a strictly private affair they were never exposed to public, yet the paper makes an effort least to have an informative approach about them.