Department of Defense Sponsored Information Security Research
New Methods for Protecting Against Cyber Threats
By Department of Defense
Publisher: Wiley
Released: September 2007
Pages: 688

THESE PAGES SUMMARIZE FIVE YEARS OF EXTENSIVE RESEARCH.

Traditional information security methods are no longer adequate to protect critical infrastructures. The Department of Defense has funded extensive university research into enhanced security methods and technology, and this book highlights some of the most significant findings of this program. These articles and analyses offer high-value, leading-edge techniques and solutions for the future of information security.

  • Learn to build in "smart" security at every level of a network, from individual computer components to the highest echelons of network control
  • Use guarding techniques that allow individual components to recognize when their own behaviors are degrading and automatically shut down
  • Apply improved analysis methods to validate code more extensively
  • Discover new approaches to creating and using mobile code that's harder to break
  • Create a Java environment that makes bogus code easier to detect and block
  • Explore software that can automatically recognize suspicious sequences and apply key security policies
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