Cybersecurity of Digital Service Chains

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Kołodziej Joanna et al. (Editors), "Cybersecurity of Digital Service Chains", Springer Nature, 2022, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-04036-8, License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

This open access book presents the main scientific results from the H2020 GUARD project. The GUARD project aims at filling the current technological gap between software management paradigms and cybersecurity models, the latter still lacking orchestration and agility to effectively address the dynamicity of the former. This book provides a comprehensive review of the main concepts, architectures, algorithms, and non-technical aspects developed during three years of investigation; the description of the Smart Mobility use case developed at the end of the project gives a practical example of how the GUARD platform and related technologies can be deployed in practical scenarios. We expect the book to be interesting for the broad group of researchers, engineers, and professionals daily experiencing the inadequacy of outdated cybersecurity models for modern computing environments and cyber-physical systems.

Keywords

Cloud Computing, Computer Crime, Computer Networks, Computer Security, Cryptography, Cyber Security, Data Communication Systems, Data Flow Architectures, Data Management Systems, Data Security, Electromagnetic Interference And Compatibility, General Programming Languages, Health Informatics, Intrusion Detection, Network Protocols, Network Security, Network Simulations, Sensors And Actuators, Signal Processing, Telecommunication Traffic

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