Destructive information influence and its implementation
With the dynamic development of political, economic and military processes, the guarantee of the national security in the information space is an essential element that significantly changes the appropriate functioning of any country. The current state of affairs in the context of the mainstreaming of the Ukrainian factor in the information warfare requires improvements of state institutions to counter Russian Federation destructive informational influence and its special information operations. Taking into account theoretical and applied research on the issue, it is worth mentioning that destructive information impact requires a systematic and integrated approach to problem solving. In the research authors investigate theoretical aspects of destructive informational influence and determine prior directions of the use in information warfare against Ukraine by Russian Federation. Scientific methods of modern epistemology are applied in accordance with the aim of the research. On the methodological basis of the study, the cognitive theory as a fundamental principle is used by experts in the field of information security. The results of analysis of theoretical research aspects of Ukrainian and foreign scholars determine priorities for the enemy to use destructive informational influence on Ukraine and the most vulnerable areas in information space of the country.
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