Survivability analysis of SOA based on attack tree models

@article{Xiao2012SurvivabilityAO,
  title={Survivability analysis of SOA based on attack tree models},
  author={Yi Xiao and Yong Jun Wang and Zun Huang},
  journal={2012 IEEE 14th International Conference on Communication Technology},
  year={2012},
  pages={819-823}
}
Survivability is the ability of a system to continue offering services in the presence of an accident or malicious attacks. The goal of survivability analysis is to identify the system components that are susceptible to attacks and to quantify their capabilities to survive the attacks. In systems based on Service Oriented Architectures, the survivability analysis is fundamentally different from the traditional security centric approaches that have been developed for traditional systems. This… CONTINUE READING

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