Èlektron. model. 2020, 42(3):111-124
The requirements for taxonomy of cyber threats are given. The analysis of existing works on this topic is carried out. The possible approaches to the development of a cyber threat taxonomy are explored and described. Definitions of key concepts are given. Classification of intrusion techniques and types of attacks on information systems is made. Graphic representations of the invasion, incident, and general structure of the attack are given.
cybersecurity, taxonomy, vulnerability, cyberthreat, classification, attack
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