Computational Resiliency. Steve J. Chapin, Susan Older Syracuse University Gregg Irvin Mobium Enterprises. Recap: What is Computational Resiliency?. The ability to sustain application operation and dynamically restore the level of assurance during an attack.
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Steve J. Chapin, Susan Older
OASIS PI Meeting
The ability to sustain application operation
and dynamically restore the level
of assurance during an attack.
Application-centric self defense, built
on replication, migration, functionality
mutation, and camouflage.
Dudley does nothing.
Natasha attacks Rocky; caught by IDS.
Rocky’s job migrates back into safe zone;
Dudley must give up resources.
Boris attacks Bullwinkle’s job.
Some attacks succeed.
Bullwinkle’s job employs camouflage,
decoys, and migration.
Multiple nodes as threads in a single process
One or more processes per processorMapping of Nodes to Processors (channels not shown)