NetGlean: A Methodology for Distributed Network Security Scanning

  title={NetGlean: A Methodology for Distributed Network Security Scanning},
  author={Gavin Wylie Manes and Dominic Schulte and Seth Guenther and Sujeet Shenoi},
  journal={Journal of Network and Systems Management},
Network vulnerability analysis tools today do not provide a complete security awareness solution. Currently, network administrators utilize multiple analysis tools in succession or randomly in a patchwork fashion that provides only temporary assurance. This paper introduces NetGlean as a methodology for distributed network security scanning with a holistic approach to network analysis. NetGlean uses new and existing techniques in a continual, autonomous, evolutionary manner to provide powerful… CONTINUE READING


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