1st Edition

Cyber Security and Business Intelligence Innovations and Machine Learning for Cyber Risk Management

Edited By Mohammad Zoynul Abedin, Petr Hajek Copyright 2024
    234 Pages 86 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    To cope with the competitive worldwide marketplace, organizations rely on business intelligence to an increasing extent. Cyber security is an inevitable practice to protect the entire business sector and its customer. This book presents the significance and application of cyber security for safeguarding organizations, individuals’ personal information, and government.

    The book provides both practical and managerial implications of cyber security that also supports business intelligence and discusses the latest innovations in cyber security. It offers a roadmap to master degree students and PhD researchers for cyber security analysis in order to minimize the cyber security risk and protect customers from cyber-attack. The book also introduces the most advanced and novel machine learning techniques including, but not limited to, Support Vector Machine, Neural Networks, Extreme Learning Machine, Ensemble Learning, and Deep Learning Approaches, with a goal to apply those to cyber risk management datasets. It will also leverage real-world financial instances to practise business product modelling and data analysis.

    The contents of this book will be useful for a wide audience who are involved in managing network systems, data security, data forecasting, cyber risk modelling, fraudulent credit risk detection, portfolio management, and data regulatory bodies. It will be particularly beneficial to academics as well as practitioners who are looking to protect their IT system, and reduce data breaches and cyber-attack vulnerabilities.

    1. Leveraging Business Intelligence to Enhance Cyber Security Innovation

    Sarika Faisal, Syed Far Abid Hossain, Saba Fahmida and Rayisa Rayhana

    2. Cyber Risk and the Cost of Unpreparedness of Financial Institutions

    Naveenan R.V and Suresh G

    3. Cyber Security in Banking Sector

    Mohammad Zoynul Abedin, Petr Hajek and Nusrat Afrin Shilpa

    4. Is the Application of Blockchain Technology in Accounting Feasible? A Developing Nation Perspective

    Emon Kalyan Chowdhury

    5. Empirical Analysis of Regression Techniques to Predict the Cybersecurity Salary

    Mahmudul Hasan, Md. Mahedi Hassan, Md. Faisal-E-Alam, and Nazrin Akter

    6. Test Plan for Immersive Technology-Based Medical Support System

    Mohammad Nasfikur R Khan, Bhushan Lohar, Robert Cloutier and Kari J. Lippert

    7. Current Challenges of Hand-Based Biometric Systems

    Katerina Prihodova, and Miloslav Hub

    8. Investigating Machine Learning Algorithms with Model Explainability for Network Intrusion Detection

    Sad Wadi Sajid, K.M. Rashid Anjum, Md. Al-Shahariar and Mahmudul Hasan

    9. How Much Do the Features Affect the Classifiers on UNSW-NB15? An XAI Equipped Model Interpretability

    Mahmudul Hasan, Abdullah Haque, Md Mahmudul Islam and Md Al Amin

    10. On the Selection of Suitable Dimensionality Reduction and Data Balancing Techniques to Classify DarkNet Access on CICDarknet2020

    Mahmudul Hasan, Ashraful Islam and Ashrafuzzaman Shohag

    11. An Effective Three-Layer Network Security to Prevent Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks in Early Stages

    Mahmudul Hasan, Sad Wadi Sajid and Md. Al Amin

    12. Information Hiding Through a Novel DNA Steganography Technique to Secure Text Communication

    Nahid Binte Sadia, Mahmudul Hasan and Md. Rashedul Islam

    13. An Explainable AI-Driven Machine Learning Framework for Cybersecurity Anomaly Detection

    Md. Mahedi Hassan, Md. Fahim Abrar and Mahmudul Hasan





    Mohammad Zoynul Abedin is a Senior Lecturer in Finance (FinTech) at the School of Management, Swansea University, UK. Earlier he was a Senior Lecturer in FinTech at Teesside University, UK. He is an experienced data analyst and project evaluator and specializes in fintech, data mining, big data analytics, deep learning, machine learning, energy analytics, sustainability, climate analytics, and implications in 4th Industrial Revolution.

    Petr Hajek is Professor of system engineering and informatics with the Science and Research Centre, Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Pardubice. His research interests include soft computing, machine learning, and economic modelling. He is an Associate Editor of four journals.