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Security Architecture for Telemetry Networks

Journal of Network and Information Security

Volume 2 Issue 2

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Farzad Moazzami, Richard Dean | Author(s) Affiliation: Electrical and Computer Engineering, Morgan State University, United States
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This paper develops a Security Architecture for a network of telemetry networks as is envisioned for future telemetry systems. A model for an aggregation of Test Centres as might be deployed for the envisioned network telemetry is shown here. Network Security solutions are complex, evolving, and extensive. There is little science to Network Security and a plethora of ad hoc solutions. There are so many strategies proposed to address this that confusion prevails. Some have focused on a few components such as intrusion detection or the firewall, while others have an abundance of overlapping and conflicting schemes. For this reason a complete set of features organized into an architectural framework is proposed here as a strategy. We build a security architecture grounded in best practices for security design as captured in the NIST family of standards and guidelines captured in the SANS 20 critical controls.

Keywords: Security Architecture, NIST Standard, Telemetry Networks

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