Cyber Moat: Adaptive Virtualized Network Framework for Deception and Disinformation
Technical Report,01 Jan 2015,31 Aug 2016
The College of William and Mary, Office of Sponsored Programs Williamsburg United States
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Given limited resources including CPU cycles, memory, disk storage and network bandwidth, we will design a scalable decoy system that can not only minimize resource usage i.e. a large number of decoys can be deployed simultaneously, but also provide effective protection for the real system. In general, there are three design goals of our decoy system scalability, fidelity, and isolation. This project will develop a set of optimized, validated, and fully documented algorithms andmechanisms. A successful system prototype will be delivered and lead to a powerful new capability for using moving target defense mechanism to build resilient, adaptive, and secure systems.
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