MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 134, 201718th International Scientific Conference - LOGI 2017
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||08 November 2017|
Modelling of Processes of Logistics in Cyberspace Security
Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Faculty of Logistics and Crisis Management, Department of Crisis Management, Uherské Hradiště, Czech Republic
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The goal of this contribution is especially to familiarize experts in various fields with the need for a new approach to the system-defined model and modelling of processes in the engineering practice and the expression of some state variables' possibilities for the modelling of real-world systems with regard to the highly dynamic development of structures and to the behaviour of systems of logistics. Thus, in this contribution, the necessity of making full use of cybernetics as a field for the management and communication of information is expressed, and also the environment of cybernetics as a much needed cybernetic realm (cyberspace), determining the steady state between cyber-attacks and cyber-defence as a modern knowledge-based potential in general and specifically of logistics in cyber security. Connected with this process is the very important area of lifelong training of experts in the dynamic world of science and technology (that is, also in a social system) which is also expressed here briefly, and also the cyber and information security, all of which falls under the cyberspace of new perspective electronic learning (e-learning) with the use of modern laboratories with new effects also for future possibilities of process modelling of artificial intelligence (AI with a perspective of mass use of UAVs in logistics).
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