Issues of Cyber-Security Determination in the Context of the Czech Republic-1st part
Ing. Miroslav Čermák, Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, PhD candidate
Dr. Zdeněk Kovařík, CSc., Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague, Department of Science and Research
his paper describes partial results of empirical research conducted last year by PA CR staff in Prague. The main aim of this paper is to verify whether there is any material relationship between the size of the organization and the sector of the organization on the one hand and security measures, attack vectors, security incidents, and concerns on the other. Data for this research was collected in the form of a questionnaire survey from selected security experts in the position of information security manager in various organizations in the Czech Republic. The analysis itself was then performed using IBM SPSS Modeler, Statistics and PASS software tools. The acceptable materially significant effect was verified using measures of data corresponding to the coefficients of the asymmetric association and the symmetric index of material significance (Cohen’s w).
Key words: Cyber-attack, attack vector, security measures, research hypothesis, classification scheme, coefficient of asymmetric association, Goodman-Kruskal Tau, coefficient of asymmetric association β, Cohen´s index of relevancy w.