cyberaCTIve: a STIX-based Tool for Cyber Threat Intelligence in Complex Models

Ricardo M. Czekster*, Roberto Metere, Charles Morisset

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    Cyber threat intelligence (CTI) is practical real-world information that is collected with the purpose of assessing threats in cyber-physical systems (CPS). A practical notation for sharing CTI is STIX. STIX offers facilities to create, visualise and share models; however, even a moderately simple project can be represented in STIX as a quite complex graph, suggesting to spread CTI across multiple simpler sub-projects. Our tool aims to enhance the STIX-based modelling task in contexts when such simplifications are infeasible. Examples can be the microgrid and, more in general, the smart grid.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages11
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Apr 2022

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