Authors: Valery A. Konyavsky; Gennady V. Ross; Artem M. Sychev; Viktor N. Kvasnitsky; Tamara B. Zhuravleva
Addresses: Department of Information Security, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, National Research University, 117303, 1А Kerchenskaya Str., Moscow, Russian Federation ' Laboratory of Semantic Analysis and Integration, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, 115093, 36 Stremyanny Lane, Moscow, Russian Federation ' Department of Information Security, Central Bank of the Russian Federation, 107016, 12 Neglinnaya Str., Moscow, Russian Federation ' Scientific Research Center for Informatics, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, 119200, 21 Denezhnyy Lane, Moscow, Russian Federation ' Scientific Research Center for Informatics, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, 119200, 21 Denezhnyy Lane, Moscow, Russian Federation
Abstract: The article is devoted to the main problems of protecting the network interaction of critical information infrastructures and the lines of solving the ones. An approach is formulated that allows one to combine the positive aspects of different ways of solving this task without combining their negative aspects: adaptation of CDSS to the features of technical facilities by dividing its hardware base into functional and interface parts. The technical solution based on the formulated approach, its key characteristics and indicators are described. The security of the technical solution provided by the application of the New Harvard Architecture and the resident security component is grounded. The prerequisites of applying the implementations of the described solution in various fields of industry, business, energy, in the transport and social fields are formulated.
Keywords: technological information; microcomputer; hardware data protection; smart energy system; internet of things.
International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, 2021 Vol.13 No.5, pp.515 - 527
Received: 28 Apr 2020
Accepted: 02 Aug 2020
Published online: 15 Jun 2021 *