On the Resilience of the Dependability Framework to the Intrusion of New Security Threats
Initially thought of with a strong emphasis on accidental faults, it has paid more attention over the years to intentional ones and, thus, to classical security concepts as well. Recently, a couple of incidents have received a lot of attention: the Hydraq and Stuxnet worms outbreaks. They have been used to highlight what is being presented as a new and growing security concern, namely the so-called advanced persistent threats (a.k.a. apts). In this paper, the authors analyze how resilient the historical dependability framework can be with respect to these sudden changes in the threats landscape.
Provided by: EURECOM Topic: Security Date Added: Nov 2012 Format: PDF