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C. Wang, Z. Lu.  2018.  Cyber Deception: Overview and the Road Ahead. IEEE Security Privacy. 16:80-85.

Since the concept of deception for cybersecurity was introduced decades ago, several primitive systems, such as honeypots, have been attempted. More recently, research on adaptive cyber defense techniques has gained momentum. The new research interests in this area motivate us to provide a high-level overview of cyber deception. We analyze potential strategies of cyber deception and its unique aspects. We discuss the research challenges of creating effective cyber deception-based techniques and identify future research directions.

E. Peterson.  2016.  Dagger: Modeling and visualization for mission impact situation awareness. MILCOM 2016 - 2016 IEEE Military Communications Conference. :25-30.

Dagger is a modeling and visualization framework that addresses the challenge of representing knowledge and information for decision-makers, enabling them to better comprehend the operational context of network security data. It allows users to answer critical questions such as “Given that I care about mission X, is there any reason I should be worried about what is going on in cyberspace?” or “If this system fails, will I still be able to accomplish my mission?”.