Monograph "MODELING OF SECURITY SYSTEMS FOR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES" has been published!
Dear readers and authors! On August 15, 2022, a new monograph "MODELING OF SECURITY SYSTEMS FOR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES" was published by the publishing house PC TECHNOLOGY CENTER. The monograph was published under the editorship of Professors S. Yevseiev, R. Hryshchuk, K. Molodetska, M. Nazarkevych; it is devoted to the security of the cyber space and wireless technologies.
The book discusses the issues of building security systems based on the proposed Concept of multi-contour security systems, taking into account the hybridity and synergy of modern targeted cyber-attacks, their integration with social engineering methods. An approach is proposed to identify signs of threats in the text content of social Internet services, which will allow to quickly respond to changing situations and effectively counteract such threats. A classifier of information security profiles of users of social Internet services has been developed to assess the level of their danger as potential participants in disinformation campaigns. A method for identifying and evaluating the information and psychological impact on user communities in services is proposed. Particular attention is paid to countering the manipulation of public opinion in the decision-making process by users of social Internet services.
The monograph proposes a biometric security system. The presented results of experiments with biometric fingerprints based on the NIST Special Database 302 database showed the effectiveness of the proposed method.
The monograph will be useful workers in the field of security, information technology, social engineering, communication systems, computer technology, automated control systems and economic information security.
The publication can be found by following the link MODELING OF SECURITY SYSTEMS FOR CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES.
The edition has already been transferred to the Scopus production team, which has started processing it. The waiting time is 3 to 6 months, after which the monograph should be available to readers in Scopus.