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Cybernetic Risk Management for Methodological Model of NIST-Based to Prevent Cybercrime Approach in Organizations

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The activities focused on the implementation of standards related to Cybersecurity and Digital Security has involved not understanding the allocation of physical, logical and electronic controls to devices of digital nature that have elements of criticality identification of information assets and their incorporation in the evaluation of the policies of organizations. This paper proposes a methodological model to implement it in an organization that has threats related to Cybercrime and solve the complexity of analysis among digital security professionals.

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    Cyberterrorism: It is the action that involves the negative use of a Technology, Technique or tool to generate fear, anxiety, fear or damage to a computer system before a collective right (Victims) in the Cyberspace environment. It can affect a Critically Vulnerable Infrastructure connected to an indispensable service. Term retrieved from the United States Department of Justice and improved under the theory of the Geometry of Cybercrime.

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    Data: A data is a symbolic representation (numerical, alphabetical, algorithmic, spatial, etc.) of a quantitative or qualitative attribute or variable., connect expanded by applying it to the proposed article.

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    Attack: In cryptography, a brute force attack is a way of recovering a key by trying all possible combinations until the one that allows access is found

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    Consumer: the person (undetermined) or company (undetermined) connected through cyberspace by means of a technological platform, which has the tools to carry out transactions for a particular interest, for example: a purchase, a service, etc. (Concept elaborate by the author).


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Ruiz, E.O. (2023). Cybernetic Risk Management for Methodological Model of NIST-Based to Prevent Cybercrime Approach in Organizations. In: Arai, K. (eds) Proceedings of the Future Technologies Conference (FTC) 2022, Volume 2. FTC 2022 2022. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 560. Springer, Cham.

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