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Survivable Monitoring in Dynamic Networks Giuseppe Ateniese, Chris Riley, Christian Scheideler
 

Summary: Survivable Monitoring in Dynamic Networks
Giuseppe Ateniese, Chris Riley, Christian Scheideler
Information Security Institute
and
Computer Science Department
Johns Hopkins University
{ateniese,chrisr,scheideler}@cs.jhu.edu
Abstract
We present a monitoring system for a dynamic network,
in which a set of domain nodes shares the responsibility
for producing and storing monitoring information about a
set of visitors. This information is stored persistently when
the set of domain nodes grows and shrinks. Such a system
can be used to store traffic or other logs for auditing, or
can be used as a subroutine for many applications to al-
low significant increases in functionality and reliability.
The features of our system include authenticating visitors,
monitoring their traffic through the domain, and storing
this information in a persistent, efficient, and searchable
manner. The storage process is O(log n)-competitive in

  

Source: Ateniese, Giuseppe - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences