Systematic review on process mining and security

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Published Mar 1, 2018
Robert Kelemen


Security is an important issue that every organisation should address. One approach to secure systems could be the use of process mining techniques. Process mining is an emerging discipline which can extract knowledge from event logs that are available in information systems. In the security context, process mining is used to analyse security trails to detect anomalies in process execution. While some of the data mining projects are already implemented in banking, insurance and telecom sector the interesting question is: What is happening in public sector? This paper investigates the research on process mining techniques in security domain and tries to discover the examples of its implementation especially in public sector.

The systematic review has been conducted in order to give an overview of state-of-the-art process mining techniques used in security context, to classify the main areas of development, algorithms, tools and to identify possible future research course.

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Kelemen, Robert. 2018. “Systematic Review on Process Mining and Security”. Central and Eastern European EDem and EGov Days 325 (March):145-64.


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