Cybersecurity is a lot like meteorology. For example, hurricane tracking systems fuse disparate weather data into a common model that supports situational awareness, decision making and response planning. A single datum, such as wind speed or barometric pressure is not sufficient to determine the hurricane’s path. The model’s accuracy is dependent on the integration of all available data and the model’s capability to allow dynamic interaction between different data types. The benefit of such a model is a more precise calculation of areas impacted by the hurricane’s passage. We can then predict whether the hurricane will . . .
From the Winter 2017 Issue
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