A Survivability Quantitative Analysis Model for Network System Based on Attack Graph

@article{Zhang2007ASQ,
  title={A Survivability Quantitative Analysis Model for Network System Based on Attack Graph},
  author={Le-Jun Zhang and Wei Wang and Lin Wei Guo and Wu Yang and Yong-Tian Yang},
  journal={2007 International Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics},
  year={2007},
  volume={6},
  pages={3211-3216}
}
Survivability is the ability of a system to continue operating despite the presence of abnormal events such as intrusions. Ensuring system survivability has increased in importance as critical infrastructures have become heavily dependent on computers. In this paper we present a survivability quantitative analysis model for network system based on attack graph, which indicates that survivability depends on network system itself, as well as the environment where it's running. We identify the… CONTINUE READING
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