Information Survivability, Security, and Fault Tolerance
- M. Bishop, “Information Survivability, Security, and Fault Tolerance,” Proceedings of the Information Survivability Workshop, paper #6 (Feb. 1997).
AbstractUnlike traditional fault tolerant computing, fault tolerant computing in support of information survivability must provide access to information in the face of attacks on integrity and availability. Specifically, how can one keep a system secure when part of it are corrupted during an attack?
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The definitive version was published in the Proceedings of the Information Survivability Workshop, Feb. 1997.