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As more organizations grasp the tremendous benefits of Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANETs) in tactical situations such as disaster recovery or battlefields, research has begun to focus on ways to secure such environments. Unfortunately, the very factors that make MANETs effective (fluidity, resilience, and decentralization) pose tremendous challenges for those tasked with securing such environments. Our prior work in the field led to the design of BITSI -the Biologically-Inspired Tactical Securitydoi:10.1007/s11416-008-0098-9 fatcat:f26z5mxprrfy7it7h7zp53wzqu