Introduction and analysis of SDN and NFV security architecture (SN-SECA)

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Conference Proceeding
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Proceedings - International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, AINA, 2015, 2015-April pp. 796 - 801
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2015-01-01
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© 2015 IEEE. There have been a few literature published about the security risks expected on the implementations of SDN and NFV (SN), however, no formal Security Architecture with practical attributes was proposed until recently. The first of its kind SN-Security Architecture (SN-SECA) was presented as an IETF draft. This draft presents the architecture with specific ascription to ensure effective security evaluation and integration on the SDN/NVF designs and implementations. This paper briefly introduces the proposed architecture and employs methods to analyze and verify its underlying security attributes. A unified method to review SN-SECA through symbolic analysis previews traffic process flow behavior across an infrastructure with SDN and NFV frameworks. The result of this work highlights the fundamental but important role of each attribute and its flow, and overall viability of the proposed architecture for SDN and NFV that protractedly useful to security practitioners.
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