volume 30, issue 3, Pe1887 2017
DOI: 10.1002/smr.1887
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Abstract: Abstract We explore strategies for manipulating the topology of a network to promote increased and pragmatic high assurance systems. Topology matters to network threats and security, and the relative distance between nodes can impact the rate of dispersion of viruses, as well as access times in denial of service, probing, and insider threat attacks. We suggest methods to separate threatening and threatened nodes with enough hops to reduce and degrade risks. This work provides network analysts with an option t…

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