Advanced Protected Services - A Concept Paper on Survivable Service-Oriented Systems

Partha Pal, Michael Atighetchi, Joseph Loyall, Andrew Gronosky, Charles Payne, Robert Hillman
2010 2010 13th IEEE International Symposium on Object/Component/Service-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing Workshops  
As newer software construction paradigms like service-oriented architecture (SOA) are adopted into systems of critical importance, it becomes imperative that technology and design artifacts exist that can be utilized to raise the resiliency and protection of such systems to a level where they can withstand sustained attacks from well-motivated adversaries. In this paper we describe a sampling of innovative services and mechanisms that are designed for the protection of systems that are based on
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doi:10.1109/isorcw.2010.20 dblp:conf/isorc/PalALGPH10 fatcat:knn3eoi7gbbs5pf3yzfxih2vpi