Automated setup system security configuration of network equipment

А.M. Kapiton1, doct. of ped. Sciences, О.V. Skakalina1, cand. of techn. science;
D.O. Tyshсhenko 2, cand. of ec. Science, Т.M. Franchuk 2, cand. of ec. science;
1 National University «Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic»,
  Ukraine, 36011, Poltava, Pershotravnevy prospect, 24
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2 State University of Trade and Economics,
  Ukraine, 02156, Kiev, Kyoto Street, 19
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Èlektron. model. 2023, 45(3):28-42


A model of the system for automated setting of network equipment security configuration is proposed. In order to improve the security configuration of network equipment, a set of existing security threats in modern information and communication networks was analyzed. It was determined that with the increase in the level of introduction of information technologies in the life of the individual, society and the state, the level of danger in the cyber space increases. The general trends of ensuring cyber security at all levels are considered. The types of threats to users are systematized and their properties are considered. Based on the results of the study, it was determined that the cloud approach is the most appropriate for infrastructure deployment. Cloud services are considered and approaches to the automation of infrastructure deployment are defined, which provide an opportunity to minimize errors in the configuration of the architecture.


information services, information and communication networks, security parameters, configurations of network devices, cyber security.


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