Andrii Lytvynchuk
Andrii Kyrianov
Julia Irynevich
Ivan Gaiduk


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Abstract. The purpose of the article is to study modern ways of improving information and analytical support for the management of inclusive education in crisis conditions, taking into account the experience of the EU. The list of components that compose the central software and technical complex of the automated system of inclusive resource centers (AS “IRC”) was described. The types of modern threats to the information security of the AS “IRC”, which influence the information processed and stored in this system, as well as technological information, were analyzed. Criteria for providing information protection from unauthorized access through crypto protection, monitoring of system logs of software and technical means, and analysis of violations in the functioning of the AS “IRC” were described. Implementation of organizational and technical measures on cyber protection, used for objects of critical information infrastructure, for AS “IRC” needs was proposed. The list of actions to ensure the availability and fault tolerance of components and information resources of the AS “IRC” was shown. It was concluded that for the storage of information in emergency modes of operation during the armed aggression of the russian federation, the means of uninterruptible power supply and backup (archiving) of information from databases using special software should be provided in the AS “IRC”. Data monitoring and recovery should be managed and backup data must be stored in locations that do not allow them to be damaged in the event of the destruction of the AS “IRC” main components. The proposed local education registries, databases and copies of state registries should be moved to a safe place/environment in free territories. Educational personal data/software at risk of falling into enemy hands should be deleted in advance. It is necessary to ensure the application of the mechanism of preventive disconnection by technical administrators, owners, operators of national and local, public and private educational information systems and educational information resources for users in the occupied territories to “sensitive” information.
Keywords: inclusive education, educational information systems, inclusive resource center, automated system of inclusive resource centers, threats to information security.

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