Approach to Presenting Network Infrastructure of Cyberphysical Systems to Minimize the Cyberattack Neutralization Time
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This article proposes an approach to presenting the network infrastructure of cyberphysical systems to provide a more rapid identification of a suitable variant to rearranging the route on a graph that characterizes the target function. The proposed approach minimizes the number of used devices and allows neutralizing earlier detected cyberattacks against the system.
Keywords:cyberphysical system neutralization of cyberattacks graph model de Bruijn graph overlay graph target function
This study was carried out as part of the Russian Presidential grant for support of leading scientific schools, agreement no. 075-15-2019-1066.
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The author declares that he has no conflict of interest.
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