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Dynamics on Hybrid Complex Network : Botnet Modeling and Analysis of Medical

  title={Dynamics on Hybrid Complex Network : Botnet Modeling and Analysis of Medical},
  author={IoT and MingyongYin and XingshuChen and QixuWang and Weiwang and andYulongWang},
With the rapid development of Internet of things technology, the application of intelligent devices in themedical industry has become ubiquitous. Connected devices have revolutionized clinicians and patient care but also made modern hospitals vulnerable to cyber attacks. Among the security risks, botnets are of particular concern, which can be used to control thousands of devices for remote data theft and equipment destruction. In this paper, we propose a non-Markovian spread dynamics model to… 


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