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In this article, a comprehensive approach to information sharing framework aimed at increasing network security and survivability is presented. Currently, in order to defend complex cyber-attacks and sophisticated cybercrime, comprehensive means of ensuring network security and survivability are highly demanded. Comprehensive is understood as (at least) technical, human, organizational, and regulatory dimensions, whereas technical means that both on-line and off-line aspects should be carefully taken into account. The focus of this article is on the technical dimension and, in particular, on information exchange mechanisms for on-line and off-line dimension. Firstly, the on-line information exchange mechanism dedicated for interconnected federated networks is described. Then, a proposition of the off-line network information sharing approach regarding results of the risk assessment, cybersecurity audits, threat ranking, etc., is discussed. Developments and results of information sharing mechanisms in both on-line and off-line network security dimensions are also described.
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Keywords: computer networks; cyber defense system; cyber security; information sharing; network security

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Institute of Telecommunications, University of Technology and Life Science (UT&LS), Bydgoszcz, Poland

Publication date: October 3, 2013

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