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A calculus for the analysis of wireless network security protocols
F Ballardin ,Formal Aspects of Security and Trust, 2011 ,Springer
We propose a timed broadcasting calculus for wireless systems. The operational semantics
of our calculus is given both in terms of a Reduction Semantics and in terms of a Labelled
Transition Semantics. We prove that the two semantics coincide. The labelled transition 

Performance improvements on the network security protocols
TS Sobh, A Elgohary , Journal of Network Security, 2008 ,
Abstract In a subscription-based remote service, a user is charged a flat fee for a period of
time independent of the actual number of times the service is requested. The main concern
of the service manager is to make sure that only customers that have paid the fee for the 

Rendezvous based trust propagation to enhance distributed network security
N Cheng, K Govindan ,International Journal of Security , 2011 ,Inderscience
Development of network of nodes connected with their trust values and the propagation of
these trust values to far away nodes are basic operations of the modern day trustworthy
networks. Trust can be exploited to mitigate the security threats in wireless network. Most 

Are security experts useful? Bayesian Nash equilibria for network security games with limited information
B Johnson, J Grossklags  Computer Security– , 2010 ,Springer
A common assumption in security research is that more individual expertise unambiguously
leads to a more secure overall network. We present a game-theoretic model in which this
common assumption does not hold. Our findings indicate that expert users can be not only 

Producing Your Network Security Policy
FM Avolio, A Consulting, S Fallin ,Watchguard. com. , 2007 ,
Executive Summary Network security experts agree that well-run corporations need a written
security policy. The policy sets appropriate expectations regarding the use and
administration of corporate IT assets. However, the conventional w isdom holds that 

A guide to wireless network security
M Ashley ,Information Systems Control Journal, 2004 ,
WAPs contain built-in security measures that afford minimal protection. These common
measures include:• Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption—WEP is the encryption
standard for wireless transmissions and requires the WAP and the wireless NICs to be 

Security and deployment issues in a sensor network

Abstract We are facing an growing demand in deploying large scale sensor networks in the
real world. However, there are still many obstacles before we can proceed. Security is a
major concern as we need to be sure that the data we receive is authentic and confidential

MCSE Windows 2000 Network Security Design
R Bragg ,New Riders, 2000 ,
Warning and Disclaimer: This book is designed to provide information about Windows 2000.
Every effort has been made to make this book as complete and accurate as possible, but no
warranty or fitness is implied. The information is provided on an as-is basis. The authors 

Wireless Network Security for IEEE 802.11 a/b/g and Bluetooth (DRAFT)
K Scarfone, D Dicoi ,NIST Special Publication, 2007 ,
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) developed this document in
furtherance of its statutory responsibilities under the Federal Information Security
Management Act (FISMA) of 2002, Public Law 107-347.

Risk, Complexity and Network Security
B Schneier ,powerpoint presentation, unpublished, available at http , 2004 ,
• Security is absolute–Either you avoid the threat, or people die–Failure is not an option•
Computer engineering mentality–Figure out what the threats are, and avoid them–
Technology can solve computer security–The result is new and better products• Security

Cipher text containing data and key to be transmitted in network security
HM Lee, TY Lee, L Lin , Conference on System (CSCC’07)(Agios , 2007 ,
Abstract:-In this paper, we propose an encryption algorithm to encrypt plaintext to cipher text.
We apply the basic computing operations, eg, inserting dummy symbols, rotating,
transposition, shifting and complement, in the proposed algorithm to encrypt plaintext to 

An active network approach for security management
A Eddaoui , . Computer Science and network Security, 2006 ,
Summary Networks becomes more complex practically in terms of offered services such as
electronic commerce. As a result, networks are more and more subject to various kinds of
complex security attacks. Existing security system responses have reached their limits in 

BEYOND THE FIREWALL: The next level of network security
I Poynter ,StillSecure, Jan, 2003 ,
The myth that a firewall alone is sufficient to protect a network has been proven false time
after time in recent years, yet many still hold firmly to the belief. The sensational news stories
of crippling viruses and stolen credit card numbers fail to mention that almost all of the 

A study about dynamic intelligent network security systems to decrease by malicious traffic
DW Park ,IJCSNS, 2006 ,
Summary Firewall and IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) do packet filtering as compare with
the filtering rules that set up at security policies. This paper presents dynamic new plans to
decrease by harm malice traffic for strengthening network security. It is the ways which 

The state of network security management: Issues and directions
AT Zhou, J Blustein ,Dalhousie University Faculty of , 2003 ,
Abstract We describe the results of a survey of the state of practice in security management
with a particular focus on intrusion detection systems (IDSs). We anonymously surveyed 17
system administrators from different countries and economic sectors (industry, government

The dualgate Lock-Keeper: A highly efficient, flexible and applicable network security solution
F Cheng, P Ferring, C Meinel, G Müllenheim ,networks, 2007 ,
Abstract aThe idea of data transfer by physically severed connections has been applied in a
simple realization of the Lock-Keeper technology, the SingleGate Lock-Keeper system. By
means of it, the possibility of direct attacks to a protected network can be eliminated 

An intrusion detection technique based on change in Hurst parameter with application tonetwork security
CM Akujuobi, NK Ampah , and Network Security, 2007 ,
Summary Securing Enterprise networks has been considered under two broad topics (ie
Intrusion Detection Systems-IDS and Intrusion Prevention Systems-IPS). So far, there is no
algorithm, which guarantees absolute protection for a given network from intruders. Most 

Iraq’s Security and Intelligence Network: A Guide and Analysis
I Al-Marashi ,Middle East Review of International Affairs, 2002 ,
Ensuring the survival of President Saddam Hussein are five primary agencies that make up
the Iraqi security apparatus: Special Security, General Security, General Intelligence, Military
Intelligence and Military Security. In addition to preventing coups and protecting Saddam, 

Network security and performance evaluation of ML-IPSec over satellite networks
M Luglio ,In Proceedings 12th Ka and Broadband , 2006 ,
Abstract The peculiar characteristics of the satellite links affect performance of the TCP
protocol, largely used by most of the Internet applications. Then, to achieve good
performance TCP Performance Enhancing Proxy mechanisms are often used. In principle, 

Can competitive insurers improve network security?
N Shetty, G Schwartz ,Trust and Trustworthy Computing, 2010 ,Springer
The interdependent nature of security on the Internet causes a negative externality that
results in under-investment in technology-based defences. Previous research suggests that,
in such an environment, cyber-insurance may serve as an important tool not only to 

Wireless Network Security
P Dasgupta ,Annual Review of Communications, 2004 ,
Abstract Wireless networking is inherently insecure. From jamming to eavesdropping, from
man-inthe middle to spoofing, there are a variety of attack methods that can be used against
the users of wireless networks. Modern wireless data networks use a variety of