Mikhail Styugin

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The present paper suggests separating the real structure of information systems and information about the system which subjects of the system have. The paper gives an example of such division using mathematical models of information security. The paper describes interaction processes between objects and the system that may result in changing their awareness(More)
Systems that have a complex technical implementation usually contain many vulnerabilities which cannot be found at the development stage. Security of complex systems can be improved by protecting them from external research. When the operating algorithm of a system remains concealed then it will be more difficult to compromise the system. The present paper(More)
УДК 004.056.5 Mathematical Modeling of User Perception in Information Security Systems Mikhail A. Styugin∗ Siberian State Aerospace University Krasnoyarsky Rabochy, 31, Krasnoyarsk, 660014 Institute of Space and Information Technology Russia Siberian Federal University Kirenskogo, 26, Krasnoyarsk, 660041 Russia Alexey A.Kytmanov† Institute of Space and(More)
The paper presents a method based on moving target technology for protecting software components of distributed systems. Practical implementation of this method is a code diversifier, which adds intermediary functions and inserts transformation of key variables into the program code. Theoretical analysis of the method presented here demonstrated its(More)
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