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Analysis of variability and attack on state information resources processed in information and telecommunication systems

S. Salnyk, A. Storchak, A. Mykytiuk, A. Divicky
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Description: The decision-making methods for ensuring security in communication systems are considered in the article. The compo-nents of the security system of communication systems for processing state information resources are described. The necessity of monitoring the communication systems and destructive impacts on the systems is determined. The purpose, structure, classifica-tion and features of building intrusion detection and prevention systems are considered. It is determined that the functional blocks of intrusion detection and prevention systems implement a variety of methods for training the knowledge base of the in-formation protection system, decision-making support methods, prediction methods, and intrusion detection and prevention methods. The requirements for ensuring the communication systems' security in constructing real security systems include the maximum automation of decision-making processes, ensuring the adaptive functioning of information protection system elements with the possibility of self-organization, decentralization of management and the presence of a hierarchically-distributed struc-ture, making decisions in real scale time, increasing the accuracy and completeness of making management decisions reducing mathematical complexity and resource load, minimum load network service information, forecasting events and operation of information security systems in the face of uncertainty data obtained. When ensuring the security of information resources circu-lating in communication systems, as well as evaluating the implemented services and security mechanisms in information secu-rity systems, it is advisable to combine and improve security decision making methods based on certain requirements for security systems and taking into account the peculiarities of the communication processing systems information resources.


Keywords: communication system, information protection system, intrusion detection system, intrusion detection methods.

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