An Architecture for ATM Network Security
Kihong Park - Purdue University
Dec 12, 1997
AbstractWith the advent of high-speed networks and the Internet taking root in everyday socio-economic activities, facilitating secure communication infrastructures has become a critical problem. In this talk, I will describe some recent work carried out as part of the ATM Network Security Project at Purdue toward designing a secure ATM network architecture with a view toward supporting both native ATM and IP-over-ATM communication.
The talk will be informal and self-contained. This is joint work with M. Tripunitara, K. Nataraj, G. Krishnan, and P. Shah.
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