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Special Issue on Insider Threat Modeling and Simulation

  • This special issue demonstrates how modeling and simulation can help understand the insider threat problem and help test mitigation controls in a secure environment.
  • Insider Threat
  • Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
  • This special issue of the journal¬†Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory demonstrates the potential for modeling and simulation science to not only help understand the insider threat problem, but also to help test mitigation controls in a secure environment.

  • Introduction to the Special Issue on Insider Threat Modeling and Simulation April 2016 Author(s): Andrew P. Moore, Kirk A. Kennedy (Federal Bureau of Investigation), Thomas J. Dover (Federal Bureau of Investigation) In this publication, the authors introduce the area of insider threat modeling and simulation generally, and discuss the range of methods used in the research papers of the Special Issue.
  • An Agent-Based Approach to Modeling Insider Threat April 2016 Author(s): John A. Sokolowski (Old Dominion University), Catherine M. Banks (Old Dominion University), Thomas J. Dover (Federal Bureau of Investigation) In this paper, the authors describe the modeling of the potential of an organization to develop an insider threat given certain attributes of its culture.
  • Inadvertent Leaks: Exploration via Agent-Based Dynamic Network Simulation April 2016 Author(s): Kathleen Carley (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science), Geoffrey P. Morgan (Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science) In this paper, the authors describe the results of using their network model to simulate the flow of sensitive information in organizations.
  • Compliance Signaling Games: Toward Modeling the Deterrence of Insider Threats April 2016 Author(s): William Casey, Jose A. Morales, Evan Wright, Quanyan Zhu (New York University), Bud Mishra (New York University) In this paper, the authors analyze how the dynamics of compliance games illuminate the effectiveness or risks of an organizational policy.
  • Using Dynamic Models to Support Inferences of Insider Threat Risk April 2016 Author(s): Paul J. Sticha (Human Resources Research Organization), Elise T. Axelrad (Human Resources Research Organization) In this paper, the authors present a system dynamics model that incorporates psychological factors to simulate the pathway to insider attack.