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Basic concepts and Taxonomy of Dependable and Secure Computing
Fault-tolerance is the ability of a system to maintain its functionality, even in the presence of faults. Concerning more specifically real-time systems, [ Rus94 ] gives a short survey and taxonomy for fault-tolerance and real-time systems, and [ Cri93 , Jal94 ] treat in details the special case of fault-tolerance in distributed systems. If you want to be convinced of the impact of faults and failures, you can browse the following pages:. The three basic notions are fault , failure , and error : a fault is a defect or flaw that occurs in some hardware or software component; an error is a manifestation of a fault; a failure is a departure of a system from the service required. A failure in a sub-system may be seen as a fault in the global system.
Dependability Restriction to non-malicious faults was only a part of the problem Security Shift from confidentiality To concerns in regard of integrity and availability 2. Threats Faults Failures Errors 2. Attributes of Dependability and Security 3. Security attributes Confidentiality- the absence of unauthorized disclosure of information. Availability- readiness for correct service. Integrity- absence of improper system alterations. Correct Service Implements the system function Service failure Deviation from correct service error Transition from correct to incorrect service Service outage Period of delivery of incorrect service 5.
DOI : Adelsbach, D. Alessandri, C. Cachin, S. Creese, Y. Deswarte et al.
Basic Concepts and Taxonomy of Dependable and Secure Computing (1)
AbstractThis paper gives the main definitions relating to dependability, a generic concept including as special case such attributes. Security brings in concerns for confidentiality, in addition to availability. Basic definitions are given first. They are then commented upon, and supplemented by additional definitions, which. The aim is to explicate a set of general concepts, of relevance across a. Index TermsDependability, security, trust, faults, errors, failures, vulnerabilities, attacks, fault tolerance, fault removal, fault. THIS paper aims to give precise definitions characterizingthe various concepts that come into play when addres-sing the dependability and security of computing andcommunication systems.
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Basic Concepts and Taxonomy of. Dependable and Secure Computing. Algirdas Avizienis, Fellow, IEEE, Jean-Claude Laprie, Brian Randell, and Carl.
Basic concepts and taxonomy of dependable and secure computing
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