Network and Information Security: Issues, Challenges and Research Trends
Editor(s): Nityananda Sarma, Dhruba K. Bhattacharyya
E-ISBN: E 978-81-8487-466-2
Publication Year: 2013
Binding: Hard Back Dimension: 160mm x 240mm Weight: 460
About the book
Due to increasing sophistication in attackers’ ability to launch attacks and growing dependence of users on the Internet, development of effective security mechanism has become a necessity while being a challenging task. NETWORK AND INFORMATION SECURITY: Issues, Challenges and Research Trends takes a holistic view for understanding of different types of network and information security threats, designing tools and mechanisms to defend against various threats. Accordingly, it covers - audio watermarking scheme for secure distribution of audio files, fusion of fingerprint and iris biometrics using BPSO, meta ensemble classifier for anomaly based IDS, network security tools and systems, formal verification of firewall anomalies, detection of Botnets, dynamic SQL classification, trust in web services and cloud computing environment, Identity Based Signatures (IBS), Side Channel Attacks (SCA), symmetric key generation using chaos theory, identity privacy in UMTS, and security vulnerabilities in CRNs.
Table of Contents
Foreword / Preface / Acknowledgement / A Robust Non-blind Audio Watermarking Scheme for Secure Distribution of Audio Files / Fusion of Fingerprint and IRIS biometrics using Binary Particle Swarm Optimization / Meta Ensemble Classifier based Stacked Generalization for Anomaly Based Intrusion Detection / A Review on Network Security Tools and Systems / Formal Verification of Firewall Anomalies / A Graph based Approach for Botnet Detection / Dynamic SQL Classification: An Empirical Study / A Survey on Web Services and Trust in Cloud Computing Environment / A Survey of Identity-based Signatures / Side Channel Attacks: Current Researches and Future Scopes / A Symmetric Key Generation Scheme Using Chaos Theory / Desirable Features of an Identity Privacy Ensuring Solution for UMTS / A Review on Security Vulnerabilities in Cognitive Radio Networks / Index / Author Index / Committees.
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