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Design of network security policy information model for policy-based network management

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3 Author(s)
Seon-gyoung Sohn ; Active Security Technol. Res. Team, ETRI ; Jinoh Kim ; Jung-Chan Na

An extensive network and a large variety of users may cause network security problems. So, the research of a network security has being progressed. In this paper, we present network security policy information model (NSPIM) to apply in policy-based network management systems. We define the NSPIM by expending the PCIM/PCIMe from IETF, for guaranteeing the compatibility and the extensibility of representing, managing, sharing, and reusing policies. And the NSPIM adopts DMTF's CIM to represent a relationship between policies and policy enforcement systems. In addition, a flexible policy representation is possible because the NSPIM can offer both a domain-level packet filtering mechanism and a device-level packet filtering mechanism

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Advanced Communication Technology, 2005, ICACT 2005. The 7th International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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