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Self Adaptation in Security Monitoring for IaaS Clouds

Abstract : Recent advances in the virtualisation area have made clouds a prominent solution for outsourc- ing information systems. Some of the key char- acteristics of cloud infrastructures include scal- ability, multitenancy and resource sharing. Ten- ants can create, destroy or reconfigure virtual re- sources with unprecedented ease. However, the same characteristics that make cloud environ- ments agile and dynamic, also affect the ability of a security monitoring framework to successfully detect attacks and sometimes introduce new security vulnerabilities that originate from both inside and outside the infrastructure
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Anna Giannakou, Louis Rilling, Frédéric Majorczyk, Christine Morin, Jean-Louis Pazat. Self Adaptation in Security Monitoring for IaaS Clouds. SEC2 2015 - Premier atelier sur la Sécurité dans les Clouds, Louis Rilling,Marc Lacoste, Jun 2015, Lille, France. ⟨hal-01196677⟩



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