Critical Energy Infrastructure: Cyberterrorism Threats and Means of Protection

Abstract

The present paper is concerned with potential cyberterrorist threats which the objects of national energy infrastructure may undergo, directions of development of counteraction means for these threats, problems arising during this development and their possible solutions. This problem field is studied by the author from scientific point of view (from point of view of computer science and information security of large systems) and this paper reflects results of such studies. Many special technical terms were omitted or substituted in order to make the statement accessible to wider range of people concerned.

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V. Vasenin, "Critical Energy Infrastructure: Cyberterrorism Threats and Means of Protection," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 6 No. 9A, 2013, pp. 23-33. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2013.69A003.

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References

[1] V. A. Vasenin, “Critically Important Objects and Cyberterrorism. Part I: System Approach to Counteraction (in Russian),” MCCME Publishing, Moscow, 2008, 398 p.
[2] V. A. Vasenin, “Critically Important Objects and Cyberterrorism. Part II: Implementation Aspects of Counteraction’s Software Tools (in Russian),” MCCME Publishing, Moscow, 2008, 607 p.

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