Corpus ID: 16546853

Creating Attack- Aware Software Applications Real-Time Defenses

@inproceedings{Coates2011CreatingAA,
  title={Creating Attack- Aware Software Applications Real-Time Defenses},
  author={Michael William Coates},
  year={2011}
}
  • Michael William Coates
  • Published 2011
  • Engineering
  • Attack-aware software applications provide attack detection and real-time defensive response with a very low false-positive rate. This technique allows an application to detect and neutralize a threat before the attacker exploits a known or unknown vulnerability. The approach is especially suited to soft- ware applications with high information assurance requirements such as in the defense, critical national infrastructure, and financial service sectors to protect against cyber espionage, fraud… CONTINUE READING

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