The increase in communication networks and connectivity has become an attractive platform for people who use the Internet, especially for young people. The open unregulated nature of Internet makes cyber space a conducive breeding ground for cyber terrorism. One of the main motives leaning toward youth extremism - a passion for propaganda material distributed on the Internet. The World Wide Web allows you to communicate with a large audience in all parts of the world, while maintaining anonymity. Extremist and terrorist sites primarily aimed at potential supporters, those who share the views of religious and political groups that aim to change people's minds, undermine social stability in the country, to correct internal and external policies of the country. Hence, in today's interconnected world, no nation is immune from cyber-attack. If a nation is attacked, then an impact will not be confined to a particular country. The damage can spread throughout the region as well as globally. This study will examine the potential risks of cyber terrorism in Central Asian countries, and possible solution will be provided.
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