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Tun, Hein, Lupin, Sergey, Than, Ba Hla, Nay Zaw Linn, Kyaw, Khaing, Min Thu.  2019.  Estimation of Information System Security Using Hybrid Simulation in AnyLogic. 2019 IEEE Conference of Russian Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EIConRus). :1829–1834.
Nowadays the role of Information systems in our life has greatly increased, which has become one of the biggest challenges for citizens, organizations and governments. Every single day we are becoming more and more dependent on information and communication technology (ICT). A major goal of information security is to find the best ways to mitigate the risks. The context-role and perimeter protection approaches can reduce and prevent an unauthorized penetration to protected zones and information systems inside the zones. The result of this work can be useful for the security system analysis and optimization of their organizations.
Tomandl, A., Herrmann, D., Fuchs, K.-P., Federrath, H., Scheuer, F..  2014.  VANETsim: An open source simulator for security and privacy concepts in VANETs. High Performance Computing Simulation (HPCS), 2014 International Conference on. :543-550.

Aside from massive advantages in safety and convenience on the road, Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) introduce security risks to the users. Proposals of new security concepts to counter these risks are challenging to verify because of missing real world implementations of VANETs. To fill this gap, we introduce VANETsim, an event-driven simulation platform, specifically designed to investigate application-level privacy and security implications in vehicular communications. VANETsim focuses on realistic vehicular movement on real road networks and communication between the moving nodes. A powerful graphical user interface and an experimentation environment supports the user when setting up or carrying out experiments.