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data log management for cyber security programmability of cloud services and applications

Authors: Carrega, Alessandro; Repetto, Matteo;

data log management for cyber security programmability of cloud services and applications

Abstract

In last years, the security appliance is becoming a more important and critical challenge considering the growing complexity and diversification of cyber-attacks. The current solutions are often too cumbersome to be run in virtual services and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Therefore, it is neces- sary to evolve to a more cooperative models, which collect security-related data from a large set of heterogeneous sources for centralized analysis and correlation. In this paper, we outline a flexible abstraction layer for access to secu- rity context. It is conceived to program and gather data from lightweight inspection and enforcement hooks deployed in cloud applications and IoT devices. We provide a description of its implementation, by reviewing the main software components and their role. Finally, we test this abstraction layer with a performance evaluation of a Proof of Concept (PoC) implementation with the aim to evaluate the effectiveness to collect data / logs from virtual services and IoT to enable a centralized security analysis.

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Italy
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cloud; cyber-security; data inspection; log management; programmability, log management, cyber-security, programmability, cloud, data inspection

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