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Toward Realistic Modeling Criteria of Games in Internet Security

  • September 2014
  • By Jonathan Spring
  • In this article, Jonathan Spring discusses game theory and security as it relates to computers and the Internet.
  • Publisher: Journal of Cyber Security & Information Systems
  • Abstract

    There have been various attempts to apply game theory to various aspects of security situations. This article is particularly interested in security as relates to computers and the Internet. While there have been varying levels of success in describing different aspects of security in game-theoretic terms, there has been little success in describing the problem on a large scale that would be appropriate for making decisions about enterprise or Internet security policy. This article attempts to provide such a description.

    This article originally appeared in the Journal of Cyber Security & Information Systems, Vol 2, Number 2, September 2014.

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