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Jun 18 2023

The Transformative Impact of Education on Economic and Information Security in the Globalized World: A Scientific and Practical Study of the MediaStar Educational Platform

Yuri Dudka

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In the modern globalized world, the interconnection between nations, organizations, and individuals has reached an unprecedented level. The influence of information on the economy and education has particularly intensified since 2020 due to the exponential growth of social networks and communication platforms.

This notable growth naturally raises concerns about information and economic security. In this article, we will explore the connection between information and economic security in the context of globalization and the development of educational systems. Through scientific and practical research, we will investigate how these aspects mutually influence each other. Additionally, we will present a thematic study of the MediaStar educational platform to demonstrate how we effectively mitigate risks and transform them for the benefit of society by creating modern educational systems.

There are several threats that can impact information and economic security:

  1. Turboeconomics: The acceleration of information and economic processes through the development of innovative technologies can have both positive and negative consequences. This concept, known as "turboeconomics," refers to the accelerated development and dissemination of information, communication, and transactions using new technologies.

  2. Social engineering: Cybercriminals increasingly use social engineering methods to manipulate people and gain access to confidential information. This can involve fake emails (phishing), deception through phone calls, or manipulation on social networks.

  3. Economic threats, including financial fraud, intellectual property theft, competition infringement, and economic espionage. Cybercriminals and competitors can employ various methods to gain unauthorized access to financial resources, confidential plans, and technological developments.

  4. Vulnerability to manipulation and disinformation: Low information literacy means that people may be more susceptible to manipulation and the spread of disinformation. This can lead to the formation of public opinion based on false or distorted facts, which can negatively affect political stability, social harmony, and economic development.

To address these issues, investments in education, the improvement of information and economic literacy among the population, and the development of policies aimed at strengthening information and economic security are necessary. This will help create more resilient development systems capable of addressing challenges in the information and economic spheres. The role of education in ensuring information and economic security is crucial.