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Remediating anomalous traffic behaviour in future networked environments.

Marnerides, Angelos K. and Pezaros, Dimitrios P. and Jakeman, Matthew and Hutchison, David (2010) Remediating anomalous traffic behaviour in future networked environments. In: 5th ICST ACCESSNETS Conference SELFMAGICNETS Workshop 2010, 2010-11-02 - 2010-11-05.

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    The diverse characteristics of network anomalies and the different recovery approaches that can subsequently be employed to remediate their effects, constitute static defence mechanisms tuned at responding to specific abnormalities suboptimal for providing an overall resilience framework. The emerging autonomic network environments in particular, require always-on, adaptive, and generic mechanisms that can integrate with the core networking infrastructure and provide for a range of self-* capabilities, ranging from selfprotection to self-tuning. In this paper we present the design and implementation of an adaptive remediation component built on top of an autonomic network node architecture [2]. A set of pluggable modules that employ diverse algorithms and explicit cross-layer interaction have been engineered to mitigate different classes of anomalous traffic behaviour in response to both legitimate and malicious external stimuli. In collaboration with an always-on measurement-based anomaly detection component, our prototype empowers the properties of self-optimisation and self-healing.

    Item Type: Contribution to Conference (Other)
    Journal or Publication Title: 5th ICST ACCESSNETS Conference SELFMAGICNETS Workshop 2010
    Uncontrolled Keywords: networkresilience ; anaproject
    Subjects: ?? qa75 ??
    Departments: Faculty of Science and Technology > School of Computing & Communications
    ID Code: 34657
    Deposited By: Mr Angelos K. Marnerides
    Deposited On: 30 Nov 2010 08:57
    Refereed?: Yes
    Published?: Published
    Last Modified: 24 May 2018 02:02
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