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Title: Intrusion Tolerance: Concepts and Design Principles. A Tutorial
Authors: VerĂ­ssimo, Paulo
Issue Date: Jul-2002
Publisher: Department of Informatics, University of Lisbon
Series/Report no.: di-fcul-tr-02-6
Abstract: In traditional dependability, fault tolerance has been the workhorse of the many solutions published over the years. Classical security-related work has on the other hand privileged, with few exceptions, intrusion prevention, or intrusion detection without systematic forms of processing the intrusion symptoms. A new approach has slowly emerged during the past decade, and gained impressive momentum recently: intrusion tolerance. The purpose of this tutorial is to explain the underlying concepts and design principles. The tutorial reviews previous results under the light of intrusion tolerance (IT), introduces the fundamental ideas behind IT, and presents recent advances of the state-of-the-art, coming from European and US research efforts devoted to IT. The program of the tutorial will address: a review of the dependability and security background; introduction of the fundamental concepts of intrusion tolerance (IT); intrusion-aware fault models; intrusion prevention; intrusion detection; IT strategies and mechanisms; design methodologies for IT systems; examples of IT systems and protocols
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