A fully-fledged bidirectional brain-computer interface is becoming the dominant system for an efficient information exchange between the human brain and any electronic device. Its most common implementation is in the form of an implantable chip that uses biofeedback.
These conditions have paved the way for the internet revolution. NeuroNet covers completely the whole area of communications. But this transition to new technologies has brought new threats with it. People are now dealing with concerns about a greater cyber safety risk that now, not only challenges personal privacy, but also the very the preservation of human identity and protection of the individual against external control.
The biggest fear of modern web users is neurohacking, that is, the spread of specific viruses through the network, and sometimes even direct NeuroNet hacking that inflicts harm on the human body. Information security is increasingly becoming a matter of life and death.