Dynamic Cyber Defence Framework

Abstract:

There are flaws in the current approaches in cyber defence as they are generally static in nature and fortress-based. They are thus not flexible in dealing with variations of attacks or with zero-day attacks. To address this issue, researchers have looked into dynamic cyber defence. However, the available approaches are either only about strategies or only about tactics. There is no integrated approach that deals with both levels in a systematic way. This research article intends to address this challenge by proposing a new dynamic cyber defence framework that is systematic and cohesive, and that integrates both levels. It improves the research in dynamic cyber defence by employing game-changing elements such as contextual analysis.


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Photo of Dr. Jim Q. Chen

National Defense University Fort McNair, Washington, D.C., U.S.
United States

Dr.Jim Q. Chen is a Professor of Cyber Studies in the College of Information and Cyberspace at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C., U.S. His expertise is in cyber warfare,cyber deterrence,cyber strategy, cyber-security technology, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. He has published widely on these topics.

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C2
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CDX
CIA
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