Cyberspace Situational Awareness Visualization
Cyberspace Situational Awareness Visualization

Bass, Tim. “Cyberspace situational awareness demands mimic traditional command requirements.” AFCEA Signal Magazine, Falls Church, VA, (Feb 2000): pp 83-84.


Next-generation network management and intrusion detection systems will fuse data, combining both short-term sensor data with long-term knowledge databases to provide cyberspace situational awareness-based decision support systems and cyberspace command and control. Sophisticated computer hardware and software will identify a myriad of objects against a noise-saturated environment. Cyberspace command and control systems will track the objects, calculate the velocity, estimate the projected threats and provide other critical decision support functions.

Cyberspace Situational Awareness Demands Mimic Traditional Command Requirements. Full text available for download at ResearchGate.

See also, VR / AR is the Future of Cyberspace Situational Awareness – And the Future is Now