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IBM Systems Journal
System and network security are vital parts of any autonomic computing solution. The ability of a system to react consistently and correctly to situations ranging from benign but unusual events to outright attacks is key to the achievement of the goals of self-protection, self-healing, and self-optimization. Because they are often built around the interconnection of elements from different administrative domains, autonomic systems raise additional security challenges, including thedoi:10.1147/sj.421.0107 fatcat:qxwwwcam3fbqpfa4j7oot3r364