Work place: National Aviation University, Kyiv, 03058, Ukraine
Kozlovskyi Valerii was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1971. In 1992 he graduated from the Kiev Higher Military Aviation Engineering School with a degree in Aviation radio-electronic equipment. Doctor of Technical Sciences since 2013. He defended his dissertation at a specialized academic council at the State University of Information and Communication Technologies. Dissertation topic: "Distributed selective devices based on irregular planar structures in radio engineering and telecommunications systems." Awarded the academic title of Professor of the Department of Information Security Systems in 2014.
He has been working as a Head of the Department of Information Security at the Faculty of Cybersecurity, Computer and Software Engineering since 2020. There are 120 publications, of which 32 publications are included in the list of professional publications of the Ministry of Education and Science; 19 publications in journals included in the Scopus or Web of Science databases. Research interests: telecommunications, information security, high-frequency circuits.
Prof. Kozlovskyi is the chairman of the dissertation council D 26.062.19; member of the industry expert council of the National Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education in specialty 172 "Telecommunications and Radio Engineering"
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijcnis.2023.05.03, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2023
Dynamic models of the information security system (DMoISS) in social networks (SN) are studied and the mutual influence between users (MIBU) was taken into account. Also, the stability of the security system (SoSS) was analyzed.
There is a practical interest in studying the behavior of the of SN information security systems (ISS) using parameters of the MIBU. DMoISS in SN in the mathematical sense of this term is considered. A dynamic system is understood as an object or process for which the concept of state is unambiguously defined as a set of certain quantities at a given moment of time and a given law describes the change (evolution) of the initial state over time.
SN is a set of users and connections between them. Individuals, social groups, organizations, cities, countries can be considered as users. Connections are understood not only as MIBU, but also as the exchange of various resources and activities.
Theoretical study of the dynamic behavior of a real object requires the creation of its mathematical model. The procedure of developing the model is to compile mathematical equations based on physical laws. These laws were formulated in the language of differential equations.
As a result of the research it is established the influence of parameters of MIBU on parameters of SN ISS. Phase portraits (PP) of the data protection system in the MatLab/Multisim program are determined, what indicates of the SoSS in the operating range of the parameters even at the maximum value of influences.
This study is useful and important from the point of view of information security in the network, since the parameters of MIBU significantly affect the protection rate (with different values - up to 100%).
The scientific value of the article lies in the fact that for the first time, on the basis of the study of the developed systems of nonlinear differential equations (NDE), it is shown the quantitative relationship between the parameters of the MIBU and the parameters of the SN ISS, as well as the SoSS is shown based on the study of the nonlinear equation of the second degree.
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