SECURITY ISSUES FOR DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURSHIPS AND STARTUPS
Authors: Tinatin Mshvidobadze
Affiliation: Gori State University
Keywords: Entrepreneurship, startup, digital technologies, cybersecurity, sensors.
ABSTRACT. The unprecedented digital revolution has transformed the meaning and forms of entrepreneurship across the globe. In this article is proposed a conceptualization and characterization of three different phenomena: technology entrepreneurship, digital technology entrepreneurship, and digital entrepreneurship. Each of them has different origin and different emergence dynamics, and in most cases, they generate rather different trajectories for growth and technology evolution. It is shown the different cybersecurity trends and threats for Startups.
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