INTRODUCING OPERATIONAL RESEARCH MODELS TO MANAGE THE COMPLEX PROTECTION OF INFORMATION OBJECTS
Operations research as an independent scientific discipline arose during the Second World War, when teams of practitioners were created to solve complex problems of logistics and design of weapons systems, which included specialists from various disciplines: mathematicians, engineers, economists, psychologists, financiers. These teams analyzed and quantified problems to find the best solution. In this research, some mathematical models were used in the development process of systems used in the fields of information security in the field of business. Where several examples have been presented illustrating the process of adaptation of mathematical models used in operations research in the fields of information security. Where the most important areas of application of these mathematical models have been identified, which ensures effective means of protection for those areas and at the same time works to quickly predict the risks that may occur in the areas of business.
Modeling, business entities, informatization, system, objects, protection