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Susukailo, Vitalii, Opirskyy, Ivan, Vasylyshyn, Sviatoslav.  2020.  Analysis of the attack vectors used by threat actors during the pandemic. 2020 IEEE 15th International Conference on Computer Sciences and Information Technologies (CSIT). 2:261—264.

This article describes attacks methods, vectors and technics used by threat actors during pandemic situations in the world. Identifies common targets of threat actors and cyber-attack tactics. The article analyzes cybersecurity challenges and specifies possible solutions and improvements in cybersecurity. Defines cybersecurity controls, which should be taken against analyzed attack vectors.

Hamadah, Siham, Aqel, Darah.  2019.  A Proposed Virtual Private Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Strategy. 2019 IEEE Jordan International Joint Conference on Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (JEEIT). :469–473.

Disaster is an unexpected event in a system lifetime, which can be made by nature or even human errors. Disaster recovery of information technology is an area of information security for protecting data against unsatisfactory events. It involves a set of procedures and tools for returning an organization to a state of normality after an occurrence of a disastrous event. So the organizations need to have a good plan in place for disaster recovery. There are many strategies for traditional disaster recovery and also for cloud-based disaster recovery. This paper focuses on using cloud-based disaster recovery strategies instead of the traditional techniques, since the cloud-based disaster recovery has proved its efficiency in providing the continuity of services faster and in less cost than the traditional ones. The paper introduces a proposed model for virtual private disaster recovery on cloud by using two metrics, which comprise a recovery time objective and a recovery point objective. The proposed model has been evaluated by experts in the field of information technology and the results show that the model has ensured the security and business continuity issues, as well as the faster recovery of a disaster that could face an organization. The paper also highlights the cloud computing services and illustrates the most benefits of cloud-based disaster recovery.

Toshiro Yano, E., Bhatt, P., Gustavsson, P.M., Ahlfeldt, R.-M..  2014.  Towards a Methodology for Cybersecurity Risk Management Using Agents Paradigm. Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (JISIC), 2014 IEEE Joint. :325-325.

In order to deal with shortcomings of security management systems, this work proposes a methodology based on agents paradigm for cybersecurity risk management. In this approach a system is decomposed in agents that may be used to attain goals established by attackers. Threats to business are achieved by attacker's goals in service and deployment agents. To support a proactive behavior, sensors linked to security mechanisms are analyzed accordingly with a model for Situational Awareness(SA)[4].