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Evaluating network cyber resiliency methods using cyber threat, Vulnerability and Defense Modeling and Simulation

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14 Author(s)
Hassell, S. ; Raytheon Network Centric Syst., Largo, FL, USA ; Beraud, P. ; Cruz, A. ; Ganga, G.
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This paper describes a Cyber Threat, Vulnerability and Defense Modeling and Simulation tool kit used for evaluation of systems and networks to improve cyber resiliency. This capability is used to help increase the resiliency of networks at various stages of their lifecycle, from initial design and architecture through the operation of deployed systems and networks. Resiliency of computer systems and networks to cyber threats is facilitated by the modeling of agile and resilient defenses versus threats and running multiple simulations evaluated against resiliency metrics. This helps network designers, cyber analysts and Security Operations Center personnel to perform trades using what-if scenarios to select resiliency capabilities and optimally design and configure cyber resiliency capabilities for their systems and networks.

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MILITARY COMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE, 2012 - MILCOM 2012

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Oct. 29 2012-Nov. 1 2012