Document Type : Original Article
1 Malek Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
2 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Malek- Ashtar University, Tehran, Iran.
Today, countries' sovereignty and national security strongly rely on the reliable operation and continuous monitoring of information technology infrastructure against security threats. As a result, the importance of comprehensive command and control and consistent oversight of IT security has become increasingly apparent in recent years. Modern command and control systems are dynamically and continuously monitoring and analyzing their mission space. This scope of operations increases the need to create a coherent and integrated structure in developing a system based on a well-defined architecture. Best of over knowledge has been little discussion on how to design command and control systems better. In this paper, we proposed architecture using data analysis solutions in cyber command and control missions. The proposed architecture is based on service-oriented and layered architecture to activate the quality features of interoperability, distributability, heterogeneous development, and scalability. Also, a prototype has been implemented to demonstrate its applicability through solution architecture. The online survey questionnaire validates the proposed architecture and its implementation.