Manu Malek

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October–December 2000 3 Introduction As more low-cost and high-capacity communication between client and servers becomes available, the enterprises are becoming interested in implementing services that will help them streamline their processes, improve their applications, reduce their costs, and increase their revenue. At the same time, providing mere(More)
The Internet, while being increasingly used to provide services efficiently, poses a unique set of security issues due to its openness and ubiquity. We highlight the importance of security in Web services and describe how data mining techniques can offer help. The anatomy of two specific security attacks which could cripple Web services or compromise(More)
Advances in switching, transport, and digital signal processing technologies are enabling public network providers to offer new broadband service to customers. The bottleneck, however, is the access network, which is still predominantly the 3-KHz loop plant designed to deliver plain old telephone service. This paper presents a highlevel description of(More)
  • Manu Malek
  • Journal of Network and Systems Management
  • 2010
In the early 1990s, I was Editor for Network Management for the IEEE Transactions on Communications when I was approached by Sy Marchand of Plenum Publishing about starting a journal focusing on network management. As I was involved in network operations and management projects at Bell Labs at that time, it seemed like a natural fit. I agreed to launch this(More)