Modelling Duqu 2.0 Malware using Attack Trees with Sequential Conjunction

@inproceedings{Maynard2016ModellingD2,
  title={Modelling Duqu 2.0 Malware using Attack Trees with Sequential Conjunction},
  author={P. Maynard and K. McLaughlin and S. Sezer},
  booktitle={ICISSP},
  year={2016}
}
  • P. Maynard, K. McLaughlin, S. Sezer
  • Published in ICISSP 2016
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper we identify requirements for choosing a threat modelling formalisation for modelling sophisticated malware such as Duqu 2.0. We discuss the gaps in current formalisations and propose the use of Attack Trees with Sequential Conjunction when it comes to analysing complex attacks. The paper models Duqu 2.0 based on the latest information sourced from formal and informal sources. This paper provides a well structured model which can be used for future analysis of Duqu 2.0 and related… CONTINUE READING
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