Models, methods and information technologies of protection of corporate systems of transport based on intellectual identification of threats

Alexander Petrov, Valeriy Lakhno, Alexander Korchenko

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In article results of researches on development of methods and models of intellectual recognition of threats to information systems of transport. The article to contain results of the researches, allowing to raise level of protection of the automated and intellectual information systems of the transportation enterprises (AISTE) in the conditions of an intensification of transportations.  The article to contain mathematical models and results of an estimation information systems having Internet connection through various communication channels. The article also considers the issues of research and protection of the AISTE under the condition of several conflict data request threads.

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protection of information systems

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7494/dmms.2015.9.2.117

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