A Testbed for High assurance and dynamic security
Irvine, Cynthia E.
Levin, Timothy E.
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Providing a stable testing environment for experimentation is a common goal of all Testbeds. To date, few, if any, have supported research in high assurance multilevel security (MLS), cross domain enterprise services and emerging Information Assurance technologies envisioned for the Global Information Grid and similar complex distributed enterprise networks. To facilitate this research, an MLS Testbed has been developed to support experimentation on, rapid prototyping of, and testing of the results of selected MLS technologies. The MLS Testbed integrates a variety of multi-vendor equipment and software to simulate a realistic network with dynamic and collaborative operational needs. This report describes the design of the MLS Testbed, the MYSEA MLS architecture and recent enhancements to the MYSEA software architecture to support IPsec-based dynamic security services.
NPS Report NumberNPS-CS-08-010
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