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[Poster] Modeling Deception In Information Security As A Hypergame — A Primer

Chris Gutierrez, Mohammed H. Almeshekah, Jeff Avery, Saurabh Bagchi and Eugene H. Spafford
16th Annual CERIAS Information Security Symposium: Poster, West Lafayette, IN, USA, March 2015
Poster

ABSTRACT: In order to use deception as a viable information security defensive mechanism, one must properly analyze the conflict at hand. There is little work that analyzes the use of deception as a strategic defensive mechanism in computing systems. A hypergame is a game-theoretic conflict model where players may have misconceptions of assets, actions, and preferences of other players. We demonstrate that hypergames may provide strategic insights in designing deception into security

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