Analyzing the Use of Language in Cyber Threats, Propaganda, and Communication: A Case Study of Pakistan

Authors

  • Dr. Zain Ul Abiden Malik Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations, Preston University Islamabad Campus, Pakistan
  • Dr. Muhammad Ayaz, Assistant professor, University of Loralai, Baluchistan, Pakistan.

Keywords:

Cyber Threats, Propaganda, Communication, Language Analysis, National Security, Social impact

Abstract

This research paper aims to investigate and analyze the complex use of language in the realm of cyber threats, propaganda, and communication, with a specific focus on Pakistan. In an era marked by the increasing digitization of societies, understanding the linguistic strategies engaged in cyber-related activities is crucial for policymakers, security experts, and the general public. The paper investigates into the linguistic aspects of cyber threats and propaganda campaigns, exploring their origins, methodologies, and potential impact on national security. As Pakistan continues its journey towards a digital future, the need for a comprehensive cyber security strategy is more pressing than ever. The nation must recognize the evolving nature of cyber threats and proactively implement measures to protect its economic, governmental, and social fabric.

Published

2024-02-16

How to Cite

Analyzing the Use of Language in Cyber Threats, Propaganda, and Communication: A Case Study of Pakistan. (2024). Research Mosaic, 3(2), 08-16. https://researchmosaic.com/index.php/rm/article/view/53