For anyone required to design, develop, implement, market, or procure products based on specific network security standards, this book identifies and explains all the modern standardized methods of achieving network security in both TCP/IP and OSI environments--with a focus on inter-system, as opposed to intra-system, security functions.
Communication and traffic by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology. Subcommittee on Transportation, Aviation, and Materials
The book is a compilation of high-quality scientific papers presented at the 3rd International Conference on Computer & Communication Technologies (IC3T 2016). The individual papers address cutting-edge technologies and applications of soft computing, artificial intelligence and communication. In addition, a variety of further topics are discussed, which include data mining, machine intelligence, fuzzy computing, sensor networks, signal and image processing, human-computer interaction, web intelligence, etc. As such, it offers readers a valuable and unique resource.
Computer communications is one of the most rapidly developing technologies and it is a subject with which everyone in the computer systems profession should be familiar. Computer communications and networks is an introduction to communications technology and system design for practising and aspiring computer professionals. The subject is described from the computer system designer's point of view rather than from the communications engineer's viewpoint. The presentation is suitable for introductory reading as well as for reference. The emphasis is on practical, rather than theoretical, aspects and on technology which will become more important in the future. The majority of the subject matter applies to civil and military communications but some aspects which are unique to military applications have been included where considered signifi cant. Computer communications is a rapidly changing and highly complex subject. Sufficient practical knowledge of the subject is not usually gained at university or college but is generally developed over a period of several years by trial and error, attending courses, reading reference books and journals; this book attempts to simplify and speed up the process by bringing together a body of information which is otherwise distributed throughout many books and journals. The information is presented in a framework which makes a wider understanding of the subject possible. Basic knowledge of communications is assumed, a general famil iarity with computer systems is anticipated in later chapters, and, where relevant, theory is explained.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 21th International Conference on Information and Communications Security, ICICS 2019, held in Beijing, China, in December 2019. The 47 revised full papers were carefully selected from 199 submissions. The papers are organized in topics on malware analysis and detection, IoT and CPS security enterprise network security, software security, system security, authentication, applied cryptograph internet security, machine learning security, machine learning privacy, Web security, steganography and steganalysis.
This book gathers selected papers presented at the 2nd International Conference on Computing, Communications and Data Engineering, held at Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati, India from 1 to 2 Feb 2019. Chiefly discussing major issues and challenges in data engineering systems and computer communications, the topics covered include wireless systems and IoT, machine learning, optimization, control, statistics, and social computing.
This two-volume set LNCS 12918 - 12919 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 23nd International Conference on Information and Communications Security, ICICS 2021, held in Chongqing, China, in September 2021. The 49 revised full papers presented in the book were carefully selected from 182 submissions. The papers in Part I are organized in the following thematic blocks: blockchain and federated learning; malware analysis and detection; IoT security; software security; Internet security; data-driven cybersecurity.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Conference on Emerging Trends in Information and Communication Security, ETRICS 2006, held in Freiburg, Germany, in June 2006. The book presents 36 revised full papers, organized in topical sections on multilateral security; security in service-oriented computing, secure mobile applications; enterprise privacy; privacy, identity, and anonymity; security engineering; security policies; security protocols; intrusion detection; and cryptographic security.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Information and Communications Security, ICICS 2011, held in Beijing, China, in November 2011. The 33 revised full papers presented together with an invited talk were carefully reviewed and selected from 141 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on digital signatures, public key encryption, cryptographic protocols, applied cryptography, multimedia security, algorithms and evaluation, cryptanalysis, security applications, wireless network security, system security, and network security.
ICICS 2001, the Third International Conference on Information and Commu- cations Security, was held in Xi’an, China, 13-16 November 2001. Among the preceding conferences, ICICS’97 was held in Beijing, China, 11-14 November 1997 and ICICS’99 in Sydney, Australia, 9-11 November 1999. The ICICS’97 and ICICS’99 proceedings were released as volumes 1334 and 1726 of Springer- Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. ICICS 2001 was sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), the - tional Natural Science Foundation of China, and the China Computer Fe- ration. The conference was organized by the Engineering Research Center for Information Security Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (ERCIST, CAS) in co-operation with the International Association for Cryptologic Re- arch (IACR), the International Communications and Information Security - sociation (ICISA), and the Asiacrypt Steering Committee. The format of ICICS 2001 was selected to cover the complete spectrum of - formation and communications security, and to promote participant interaction. The sessions were designed to promote interaction between the major topics of the conference: theoretical foundations of security, secret sharing, network - curity, authentication and identi?cation, boolean functions and stream ciphers, security evaluation, signatures, block ciphers and public-key systems, infor- tion hiding, protocols and their analysis, and cryptanalysis. The 29-member Program Committee considered 134 submissions from 23 di- rent countries and regions, among them 56 papers were accepted for presentation.