ANCHOR: logically-centralized security for Software-Defined Networks

@article{Kreutz2019ANCHORLS,
  title={ANCHOR: logically-centralized security for Software-Defined Networks},
  author={D. Kreutz and Jiangshan Yu and Fernando M. V. Ramos and P. Ver{\'i}ssimo},
  journal={ACM Trans. Priv. Secur.},
  year={2019},
  volume={22},
  pages={8:1-8:36}
}
While the centralization of SDN brought advantages such as a faster pace of innovation, it also disrupted some of the natural defenses of traditional architectures against different threats. The literature on SDN has mostly been concerned with the functional side, despite some specific works concerning non-functional properties like 'security' or 'dependability'. Though addressing the latter in an ad-hoc, piecemeal way, may work, it will most likely lead to efficiency and effectiveness problems… Expand
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