Tom Markham

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The distributed firewall is an important new line of network defense. It provides fine-grained access control to augment the protections afforded by the traditional perimeter firewall. To be effective, though, a distributed firewall must satisfy two critical requirements. First, it must embrace a protection model that acknowledges that everything behind the(More)
With the rapid integration of wired and wireless internetworking technologies, distributed control systems (DCS) are increasingly susceptible to cyberattacks. A well-designed access control framework could potentially contain and mitigate the impact of cyberattacks. However, existing solutions often fail to cover and protect all connected devices, leaving(More)
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