Survivability architecture of a mission critical system: the DPASA example

@article{Chong2005SurvivabilityAO,
  title={Survivability architecture of a mission critical system: the DPASA example},
  author={Jennifer Chong and Partha P. Pal and Michael Atighetchi and Paul Rubel and Franklin Webber},
  journal={21st Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC'05)},
  year={2005},
  pages={10 pp.-504}
}
Many techniques and mechanisms exist today, some COTS, others less mature research products that can be used to deflect, detect, or even recover from specific types of cyber attacks. None of them individually is sufficient to provide an all around defense for a mission critical distributed system. A mission critical system must operate despite sustained attacks throughout the mission cycle, which in the case of military systems, can range from hours to days. A comprehensive survivability… CONTINUE READING
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