Raphael Durner

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An increasing number of electronic control units in today's vehicles leads to rising communication demands. So far, growing demands were countered with adding additional communication buses at the cost of vastly increasing complexity. One possibility to reduce complexity and costs for the future in-car communication infrastructure is the usage of Power Line(More)
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) enables fast reconfiguration of the network based on the decisions of a logically centralized controller. While SDN is in transition from laboratories and greenfield data-centers to enterprise networks, the need for managing partial SDN deployments arises. This incremental deployment of SDN has its own set of challenges,(More)
Software Defined Networking (SDN) introduces a new network architecture offering means of programmability through an externalized centralized control plane. As a result most security research addresses attacks against this central entity. Contrary to that, attacks against the data plane in SDN did not perceive a broad attention in the scientific community(More)
ACM Reference format: Benedikt Pfaff, Johann Scherer, David Hock, Nicholas Gray, Thomas Zinner, Phuoc Tran-Gia, Raphael Durner, Wolfgang Kellerer, and Claas Lorenz. 2017. SDN/NFV-enabled Security Architecture for Fine-grained Policy Enforcement and Threat Mitigation for Enterprise Networks. In Proceedings of SIGCOMM Posters and Demos ’17, Los Angeles, CA,(More)
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