Logic – cognitive concepts in cyber security systems and game risk assessment

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Sikora L. S., Lysa N. K., Марцишин Р. С., Міюшкович Ю. Г., Федина Б. І. № 1 (66) 56-67 Image Image

The operation of complex systems, energy-intensive facilities with a long service life (for the current military phase) is characterized by the operation under extreme loads, active attacks on energy systems and seasonal rhythm. For such systems, structural and technological changes made during operation are not always known, and there may be losses of operational and regulatory documentation, which leads to uncertainty and decision-making in extreme situations. Therefore, the problem of creating databases and knowledge in which it is necessary to record data flows of control modes from all units is relevant, which would become the information base for identifying the structure of the hierarchical system and the dynamics of units. Accordingly, the processed data can be used as a basis for the development of decision support systems and expert systems, which will ensure the efficiency of control in limit and emergency modes.

In complex systems, it is important to be aware of the levels of the technological process hierarchy and the hierarchy of data collection and transmission channels and management commands from operational and automated control systems. Ensuring the safety of production systems with a complex hierarchical structure poses a set of intellectual and informational tasks, which require the development of information technologies and their hardware and software to control the modes of active objects.

The modern model approach to building algorithms and strategies allows solving the problems of analysis and synthesis of systems of different nature aimed at achieving certain goals on a single methodological basis.

The theory and methods of creating systemic and group conflicts have a thousand-year history. This problem has become especially important in our time, as conflicts have become global in nature and the main component of crises and active conflicts is infrastructure with hierarchical integrated systems, the struggle for resources (information, intellectual, energy and material), which has escalated to a high level in our time of military events.

Solving the problem of conflict and crisis in the internal structure of systems and in interaction with external objects as participants in the game is an urgent task and cannot be solved by means of game theory, operations research, linear programming due to the incompleteness of the conceptual apparatus and tools.

Keywords: conflict, system, goals, systemology, cyber security, attacks, infrastructure.

doi: 10.32403/1998-6912-2023-1-66-56-67

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