ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BASED ON THE MODERN OBFUSCATION TECHNIQUE FOR MOBILE NETWORK OPERATORS
Międzynarodowy Zbiór Prac Naukowych "Współpraca Europejska
In today's realities, with constantly developing information technologies (IoT, 5G, Big Data, Cloud technologies, etc.), software protection is an urgent issue in the field of information security for each small, medium, or big enterprise. Also, software protection is a very important task for such enterprises, as mobile network operators, which, in order to ensure leadership in the market, produce a large number of modern unique software products for their own needs. Moreover, the software is
... he intellectual property of the enterprises, which developed it. The software is the intellectual property of both large corporations and small companies. The low reliability of software protection for enterprises is associated with a rather complex and time-consuming process, as well as with a number of technical limitations, which contributes to the thriving of computer piracy, inflicts colossal losses on IT companies and, of course, the state as a whole. Therefore, the development of a new effective method of software protection, for the moment, is a priority in the field of information security, and new methods and techniques of software protection are needed for all specialized companies, which develop paid software. Nowadays there are many different approaches to solving this problem. These are encryption, watermarking, etc., but no one gives guaranteed results. That's why modern companies engaged in software development, should provide their customers with a more secure information product. In this paper, the authors have provided the improved, more effective obfuscation method, based on a new sequence of obfuscation transformations. This method allows providing software protection of the enterprises from reverse engineering. To ensure the effectiveness of the proposed method, the authors have developed a special software product, based on cycles of operation and the creation of pseudocode to protect other software products. In the process of writing this article, studies were conducted that showed the following results. The product has become approximately 1.4 times more secure, and the obfuscation rate has increased by 10 percent. Based on the foregoing, the developed method can be followed to complicate the decoding process of existing software products used in various enterprises. In the future, it is planned to implement additional obfuscation transformations, as well as a comparative analysis with existing obfuscation programs.