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Method of Constructing a Graphic Model of the Regulatory and Legal Framework in the Sphere of Information Security

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Data visualization in the field of information security (IS) is becoming an urgent task. The more informative the visual display for the analyst, the faster and better he will be able to get the result. The visualization method described in the article allows to reduce the time needed for determination the actual IS threats when processing the IS threat model. In the classic way of displaying, threat models are a list or a table of several tens of printed pages. To process such a volume of data, information security analysts need to spend a lot of time. It remains likely that the analyst will lose sight of important data. The article proposes a method for visualizing the spatio-temporal model of IS threats in three-dimensional and two-dimensional form. When visualizing a threat model, a surface with axes is used: time, risk, information asset. The proposed visualization of the IS threat model allows the analyst to identify current threats in less time. Scope - management of information security. The result of this work is a way to visualize the IS threat model, taking into account the spatio-temporal factor.


  • Information security
  • Spatio-temporal model of information security threats; visualization
  • Graphic model

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Manzhosov, A.V., Bolodurina, I.P. (2022). Method of Constructing a Graphic Model of the Regulatory and Legal Framework in the Sphere of Information Security. In: Woungang, I., Dhurandher, S.K., Pattanaik, K.K., Verma, A., Verma, P. (eds) Advanced Network Technologies and Intelligent Computing. ANTIC 2021. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1534. Springer, Cham.

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