Future of Security with Modern Informatics
Category: Computers & Information Technology
Informatics is the general study, analysis, and application of structures, systems, and operations of engineered computation systems. With the current increase in technological advancement, informatics have become critical aspects on modern security. As outlined by Wang, Chau and Chen (2017) the increased use of reliance on informatics increases the risks and thus calling for enhanced security systems. As such, the future of security with the increased adoption of informatics is both an aspect of security risks created by informatics and their simultaneous ability to enhance security protocols. The paper reviews the growth of informatics in different industries and their underlying impacts on the related security. Using grounded research and quantitative data analysis, the research investigates the future of security with the current adoption of informatics. The review indicated that, even as informatics increase the risk of security breach, they also create wider security solutions to security breaches. As such, in the future, with well-mapped out development of security applications, government, firms, and individuals will progressively enhance their security systems to cover the risks created by development of technology and mostly informatics. Oberweis, Sure-Vetter and Thoma (2017) agrees that, ‘It is only trough constant development of security systems, that we can enjoy both the technological development without enduring the associated risks of the same innovations.