Discussion on Multi-dimensional Security System of See-Air-Land in Nuclear Power Plant
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With the rise of global terrorist forces, nuclear facilities have been targeted by some terrorist groups for their extreme purposes, and carried out targeted training. In modern society, the rapid development of Internet information intrusion, unmanned aerial vehicles and unmanned submersibles has made it easy for terrorist forces and anti-nuclear organizations to obtain relevant technical equipment. Therefore, these factors and related threats have brought new challenges to nuclear security. In an increasingly complex security environment, the design that only has been taken from the ground intrusion to prevent benchmark could unable to adapt to the current security requirements. How to build a nuclear security system that can jointly cope with air intrusion, ground intrusion, underground intrusion, sea intrusion, cyber intrusion, etc., is the key point we must pay attention to. This paper focuses on the demand of multidimensional and protection system, integrate the existing available means of nuclear security technology, using big data fusion thinking, through information intelligent processing means such as identifying, behavior analysis, to explore the construction of multi-dimensional integration of a new generation of security system.
KeywordsNuclear security Information security Airspace security Sea security Multi-dimensional integrated security system
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