Identification of Positive Clandestine Intelligence Threats In Cyber Terrorism For National Security

Yudha Fernando, Mohammad Amin Soetomo
2021 ACMIT Proceedings  
This study is motivated by the vigilance towards the development of cyberspace technology that is so fast that it causes dependence on it in almost all fields. This condition poses a potential threat to our national resilience in various fields, especially in the national security sector. Researchers try to identify the threat of Positive Clandestin Intelligence (PCI) in the form of cyber terrorism on national security, so that it can bring stakeholders to a better level of knowledge. Theories
more » ... nd concepts used are related to threats, national security, positive clandestine intelligence, terrorism and cyber terrorism (CT). This study is a qualitative method and the type of research is descriptive qualitative. Interview and literature review are used in primary and secondary data collection. Data is evaluated and analyzed with an interactive analysis model. Researchers also validate by measuring the degree of accuracy between the data that occurs in the object of research with data that can be reported by researchers. This study succeeded in identifying the types of PCI CT targets, forms of PCI CT attacks, psychological motivations of PCI CT perpetrators and the position of PCI CT threats in the taxonomy of Rogers M.K.'s cybercrime behavior.
doi:10.33555/acmit.v7i1.106 fatcat:5g2ikqj6hnauzg472crtxdd3pi