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|Title:||Complete Analysis of Configuration Rules to Guarantee Reliable Network Security Policies|
|Author:||García Alfaro, Joaquín|
|Others:||Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. K-ryptography and Information Security for Open Networks (KISON)|
|Citation:||GARCIA-ALFARO, J.; CUPPENS, N.; CUPPENS, F. (2008). "Complete Analysis of Configuration Rules to Guarantee Reliable Network Security Policies". In: International Journal of Information Security. 7 (2), pp. 103-122.|
|Abstract:||The use of different network security components, such as firewalls and network intrusion detection systems (NIDSs), is the dominant method to monitor and guarantee the security policy in current corporate networks. To properly configure these components, it is necessary to use several sets of security rules. Nevertheless, the existence of anomalies between those rules, particularly in distributed multi-component scenarios, is very likely to degrade the network security policy. The discovery and removal of these anomalies is a serious and complex problem to solve. In this paper, we present a complete set of mechanisms for such a management.|
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