Towards optimal multi-objective models of network security: survey
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire, UK
network security optimisation
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AbstractInformation security is an important aspect of a successful business today. However, financial difficulties and budget cuts create a problem of selecting appropriate security measures and keeping networked systems up and running. Economic models proposed in the literature do not address the challenging problem of security countermeasure selection. We have made a classification of security models, which can be used to harden a system in a cost effective manner based on the methodologies used. In addition, we have specified the challenges of the simplified risk assessment approaches used in the economic models and have made recommendations how the challenges can be addressed in order to support decision makers.
CitationViduto, V., Wei Huang and Maple, C. (2011) "Toward optimal multi-objective models of network security: Survey," Automation and Computing (ICAC), 2011 17th International Conference on , pp.6-11, 10-10 Sept. 2011
TypeConference papers, meetings and proceedings
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