Modeling Security Aspects of Network
With more and more widespread usage of computer systems and networks, dependability becomes a paramount requirement. Dependability typically denotes tolerance or protection against all kinds of failures, errors and faults. Sources of failures can basically be accidental, e.g., in case of hardware errors or software bugs, or intentional due to some kind of malicious behavior. These intentional, malicious actions are subject of security. A more complete overview on the relations between dependability and security can be found in . In parallel to the increased use of technology, misuse also has grown significantly, requiring measures to deal with it.
KeywordsIntrusion Detection System Security Measure Security Mechanism Attack Model Malicious Behavior
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