An Adaptive Intrusion Tolerance Model Based on Autonomic Computing
Intrusion tolerance has been a key technology of system survivability. To cope with the absence of self-adaptability on existent intrusion tolerance system, an intrusion tolerant model based on autonomic computing is proposed, in which the reliability of the network connection is analyzed in real time to generate the initial reliability by an autonomic feedback mechanism, and the classification between suspicious information and confident information is guaranteed for implementing the tolerance on suspicious connections through the dynamic reliability optimization. The simulation results show that the intrusion tolerant model with autonomic feedback mechanism is desirable for enhancing the system’s self-adaptive performance, making it highly promising for further study.
Q. T. Wu et al., "An Adaptive Intrusion Tolerance Model Based on Autonomic Computing", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 44-47, pp. 3259-3263, 2011