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Fractal Network Security Theory: A Dynamic Theory to Better Explain and Predict Information System Network Security Risks

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posted on 29.10.2018, 23:59 by Kevin McReynolds

Monthly, even weekly, information systems security researchers seem to report thousands of Information Systems Network (ISN) node attacks and hundreds of new attack vectors. The current view of networking nodes does not account for their roughness and complexity. This paper presents a theory, Fractal Network Security (FNS), which is more dynamic and natural and the only theory addressing hardware nodes on ISNs.

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kevin.mcreynolds@wgu.edu

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United States

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Higher Education Faculty 4-yr College

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Western Governors University

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