• Abstract

    In today’s banking sector, there has been a significant rise in the utilization of digital technologies and devices. The significance of digital security is a paramount concern for all individuals. Cybersecurity is of utmost importance in safeguarding the information and data provided by customers. The main objective of the study is to examine the magnitude of the cybersecurity landscape in the banking industry. This research uses the R package and the VOS viewer to conduct bibliometric data analysis. The study examines a comprehensive selection of 150 scholarly articles published within the specified timeframe of 2003 to 2023, as retrieved from the Scopus database. The findings indicate a notable upward trajectory of 18.92% in publishing articles derived from their yearly production. The research analyzed the network to explore the co-occurrences of keywords related to cyber security, network security, cybercrime and fraud. The result reveals a rising pattern in the production of articles in 2019 and 2023 and the average citation of the article is at peak in 2018.

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Lavanya, B., & Rajkumar, A. D. (2024). Bibliometric insights on mapping the landscape of cybersecurity: Uncovering the research potential in banking industry. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7(6), 2024113. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024113
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