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Archive of Published Issues: 2023

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Journal URL https://its.iszzi.kpi.ua/
Title Collection "Information Technology and Security"
Publisher ISCIP Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute
Description Publication of original and review papers on the major problems of modern information technology, information security, information warfare, cybersecurity, critical infrastructure protection, mathematical and computer modeling, information security risk.
ISSN 2518-1033
Language(s) English (en_US)
Українська (uk_UA)
Publisher Email its@iszzi.kpi.ua

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