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This work introduces the concept of Self-Organizing Security (SOS) network as a resilient architectural foundation on which the operational mechanism for deploying dynamic, short living emergency response organizations capable to react quickly to emerging crisis situations can be evolved. A simulation Testbed for SOS networks is presented that balances micromanagement of subordinates with the excessive independence of commanders based on a trusted overall operational picture shared via a jointdoi:10.1109/icsmc.2008.4811246 dblp:conf/smc/Ulieru08 fatcat:hwpzxek2k5eqheaok6eddecvde