Keeping in view, the complex and new forms of security threats emerging in recent times, discuss how technology is a major stakeholder in addressing the internal security challenges of India.
Globalization and fourth Industrial Revolution have given rise to new and complex forms of internal security challenges, calling for a harmonious mix of both man and machine to combat them. Man and machine both have an important role in national security.
Technology – a major stakeholder in internal security:
- Reaching terrains where men can’t
- g. Ladakh’s cold desert, Siachen Glacier & extreme weather conditions.
- Drones, smart walls, are envisaged under CIBMS (Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System).
- Intelligent inputs to stay ahead.
- g. AI-based Data Analytics to identify deep fakes.
- New and advanced forms of weapons to deal with complex threats
- g. Air-Dome protection for NCR region against drones.
- Digital monitoring & surveillance to preemptively identify threats
- g. CCTV-based surveillance.
- Updated cyber infrastructure, such as attack-proof internet connections, against cyber security threats.
- Role of private sector through strong IPR regime and PPP models.
- Data security and privacy to leverage digitization.
- Training of intelligence agencies in new technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence and Big Data.
Pro-active step are the best remedy for security-induced threats. Technology can act as extended eyes and ears.
Topics: 088 - Challenges to Internal Security Through Communication Networks • 089 - Role of Media and Social Networking Sites in Internal Security Challenges • 090 - Cyber Security in India • 094 - Various Security Forces and Agencies and Their Mandate
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