Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Computer and Information Technology
Marcus K Rogers
Committee Member 1
Eric J Dietz
Committee Member 2
The research investigates the problem raised by the rapid development in the technology industry giving security concerns in facilities built by the energy industry containing diverse platforms. The difficulty of continuous updates to network security architecture and assessment gave rise to the need to use threat intelligence frameworks to better asses and address networks security issues. Focusing on access control security to the ICS and SCADA systems that is being utilized to carry out mission critical and life threatening operations. The research evaluates different threat intelligence frameworks that can be implemented in the industry seeking the most suitable and applicable one that address the issue and provide more security measures. The validity of the result is limited to the same environment that was researched as well as the technologies being utilized. The research concludes that it is possible to utilize a Threat Intelligence framework to prioritize security in Access Control Measures in the Oil Industry.
Alaskandrani, Faisal Talal, "A Threat Intelligence Framework for Access Control Security In The Oil Industry" (2015). Open Access Theses. 1035.