The future of Internet security doesn’t lie in doing more of the same. It requires not only a new architecture, but the means of securing that architecture. Two trends have come together to make the topic of this book of vital interest. First, the explosive growth of the Internet connections for the exchange of information via networks increased the dependence of both organizations and individuals on the systems stored and communicated. This, in turn, has increased the awareness for the need to protect the data and add security as chief ingredient in the newly emerged architectures. Second, the disciplines of cryptography and network security have matured and are leading to the development of new techniques and protocols to enforce the network security in Future Internet. This book examines the new security architectures from organizations such as FIArch, GENI, and IETF and how they’ll contribute to a more secure Internet.
Table of Contents
1. Putting the Internet Forward to the Next Level. 2. Future Internet Global Standardization: State of Play. 3. Security in Future Internet Architecture. 4. Significance of Authentication: Future Internet Architecture. 5. Authorization: Future Internet Architecture. 6. Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems: Future Internet Architecture.
Dr. Bhawana Rudra is an Assistant Professor at the National Institute of Technology, Karnataka since May 2018. Her interests includes future Internet architectures, Network Protocols , security in routing, quality of service, Security in Wireless Networks, Loosely coupled protocols and its security, service and composition security, attribute-based authentication, Vector based Identification, Authorization, Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability of the resources. Recent work has focused on the design and analysis of security protocols for Future Internet With respect to Service Oriented Network Architecture with collaborative environment and middle ware. She has published extensively on this topic. Dr. Rudra earned Ph.D. degree in Information Technology, March 2015, at Indian institute of Information Technology-Allahabad. She also has a Master degree in Computer Science from SRM University, May 2010. In addition, she earned other degrees from India. She is the member for board of studies at department level in various colleges and life member for various professional societies. She is the reviewer for various Conferences and Journals like Elsevier, IEEE computer Society, etc. She is frequently invited to present lectures and tutorials and to participate in panels related to networking and security topics in various parts of India.