DOI: https://doi.org/10.33099/2311-7249/2019-34-1-109-114

Analysis of methodological approaches to application of risk management technologies in the field of cybernetic security

Mykhailo Aleksieiev

Abstract


The widespread use of modern information technologies in the security and defense sector simultaneously creates new threats to national and international security. The concepts of "cybernetic weapons" and "cybernetic warfare" are becoming relevant nowadays. Along with natural incidents, the number and power of cybernetic threats increases. The most important task for our state is to develop the theoretical foundations for identifying the optimal, under limited opportunities, steps towards establishing an effective system for ensuring cybernetic security of Ukraine.

Assessing the high degree of cybernetic threats to the state and society over the past years has increasingly pushed cyber security experts to apply risk management technologies. Therefore, the article analyzes methodological approaches to the application of risk management technologies in the field of cybernetic security.


Keywords


cybernetic security; risk management; risk management strategies

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