• Branislav Todorović Institute for National and International Security - INIS, Belgrade
  • Darko Trifunović Institute for National and International Security - INIS, Belgrade
Keywords: Security Science, security analysis, cyber security, mathematical modelling


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Received: January 29, 2020 Accepted: May 26, 2020

The paper argues the facts that the growth and expansion of its domain, in combination with its own procedures and methodologies, justifies the existence of Security Science. The paper starts with the global opinion overview of security as a scientific discipline. With the focus on technological segments, a possible scientific approach to security analysis (SA) is presented in detail. Finally, examples are provided regarding the use of mathematics modelling and tools for data analysis and interpretation in security domain.


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