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Kevin daimi Editor Computer and Network Security essentials ② Springer Kevin d University of Detroit Mercy Detroit ML USA Associate editors Guillermo francia Levent ertaul Jacksonville state University USA California state university east bay Luis hernandez encinas Institute of Physical and information Eman el-sheikh Technologies (ITEFD), Spain University of west Florida. USA ISBN978-3-31958423-2 ISBN978-3-319-58424-9( e Book) DOI10.1007978-3-319584249 Library of Congress Control Number: 2017943957 O Springer International Publishing AG 2018 his work is subject to copyright. All rights are reserved by the Publisher, whether the whole or part of the material is concerned, specifically the rights of translation, reprinting, reuse of illustrations, recitation broadcasting, reproduction on microfilms or in any other physical way, and transmission or information torage and retrieval, electronic adaptation, computer software, or by similar or dissimilar methodology now known or hereafter developed The use of general descriptive names, registered names, trademarks, service marks, etc in this publication does not imply, even in the absence of a specific statement, that such names are exempt from the relevant protective laws and regulations and therefore free for general use The publisher the authors and the editors are safe to assume that the advice and information in this book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication. Neither the publisher nor the authors or the editors give a warranty, express or implied, with respect to the material contained herein or for an errors or omissions that may have been made. The publisher remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional laims in published maps and institutional affiliations Printed on acid-free paper This Springer imprint is published by Springer Nature The registered company is Springer International Publishing AG The registered company address is: Gewerbestrasse 11, 6330 Cham, Switzerland Preface The constantly increasing trend of cyber-attacks and global terrorism makes it vital for any organization to protect and secure its network and computing infrastructure With the continuous progress the Internet is facing, companies need to keep up by creating and implementing various software products and by utilizing advanced network and system equipment that need to be protected against various attacks Data stored in our computers can also be subject to unauthorized access. Attackers can modify our data, steal our critical information including personal information, read and alter our e-mail messages, change program code, and possibly mess with our photos including using them for wicked purposes. Intruders can also employ our computers to attack other computers websites and networks without our knowledge By enforcing security of networks and other computing infrastructure, the possibility of losing important data, privacy intrusion, and identity theft can be countermeasured. Many professionals working in computer technology consider security as an afterthought. They only take it seriously when a security problem occurs. It is imperative that society should start accepting security as the new norm Computer and Network Security Essentials will introduce the readers to the topics that they need to be aware of to be able to protect their IT resources and communicate with security specialists in their own language when there is a security problem. It introduces IT security to the public at large to improve their security knowledge and perception. The book covers a wide range of security topics including computer security, network security, cryptographic technologies, biometrics and forensics, hardware security, security applications, and security management. It introduces the concepts, techniques, methods, approaches, and trends needed by security specialists to improve their security skills and capabilities Further, it provides a glimpse of future directions where security techniques, policies, applications, and theories are headed. The book is a rich collection of carefully selected and reviewed manuscripts written by diverse security experts in the listed fields and edited by prominent security researchers University of Detroit Mercy, USA evin aim Acknowledgments We would like to thank the following faculty and researchers for the generous time and effort they invested in reviewing the chapters of this book. We would also like to thank Mary James, Zoe Kennedy, Brinda Megasyamalan, Brian Halm, and Sasireka Kuppan at Springer for their kindness, courtesy, and professionalism Nashwa AbdelBaki, Nile University, Egypt Hanaa Ahmed, University of Technology, Iraq Ahmed Ali Ahmed Al-Gburi, Western Michigan University, USA Abduljaleel Mohamad Mageed Al-Hasnawi, Western Michigan University, USA Rita Michelle Barrios, University of Detroit Mercy, USA Pascal Birnstill, Fraunhofer IOSB, Germany Aisha Bushager, University of Bahrain, Bahrain Angel martin del rey, university of salamanca, spain Alberto Peinado dominguez, Universidad de malaga, Spain Xiujuan Du, Qinghai Normal University, China Luis Hernandez encinas, Spanish National Research Council(CSIC), spain Patricia Takako Endo, University of Pernambuco, Brazil Jason ernst LeftTM. canada event Ertaul, California State University, east Bay, USa Ken Ferens, University of Manitoba, Canada Jose maria de fuentes, Universidad Carlos iii de madrid spain Alejandro Sanchez gomez, Universidad Autonoma de madrid, Spain Arturo Ribagorda grupo, Universidad Carlos iii de madrid spain David Arroyo Guardeno, Universidad Autonoma de madrid, Spain Hisham Allal, Fahad Bin Sultan University, Saudi arabia Tarfa Hamed, University of Guelph, Canada Zubair ahmad Khattak. ISACA. USA Irene Kopaliani, Georgian Technical University, Georgia Stefan C Kremer, University of Guelph, Canada Gregory Laidlaw, University of Detroit Mercy, USA Arash Habibi lashkari, University of New Brunswick, Canada Acknowledgments eszek t lilien, Western Michigan University, uSA Lorena gonzalez manzano, Universidad Carlos iii de madrid, Spain Victor Gayoso Martinez, Spanish National research Council(CsIC), spain Natarajan Meghanathan, Jackson State University, USA Agustin Martin Munoz, Spanish National Research Council(CSIC), Spain Mais w. nijim, Texas a&M University-Kingsville, USA Kennedy Okokpujie, Covenant University, Nigeria Saibal Pal, Defense r&d organization, India Ioannis Papakonstantinou, University of Patras, Greece Keyur Parmar, Indian Institute of Information Technology, INDIA Bryson R. Payne, University of North Georgia, USA Slobodan Petrovic, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway Thiago Gomes Rodrigues, GPRT, Brazil Gokay saldamli, San Jose State University, USA Jibran saleem, Manchester metropolitan University, UK Narasimha shashidhar, Sam Houston State University, USa Sana Siddiqui, University of Manitoba, Canada Nicolas sklavos, University of Patras, Greece Polyxeni spanaki, University of Patras, greece Tyrone Toland, University of South Carolina Upstate, USA Jesus diaz vico, BEEva, spain Contents Part I Computer Security 1 Computer Securit Jeffrey L. duffany 2 A Survey and Taxonomy of Classifiers of Intrusion Detection Systems........ Tarfa hamed. Jason B. ernst and Stefan C. Kremer 3 A Technology for Detection of Advanced Persistent Threat in Networks and Systems Using a Finite Angular State Velocity Machine and vector Gregory Vert, Ann Leslie Claesson-Vert, Jesse Roberts, and erica bott 4 Information- Theoretically Secure Privacy Preservin Approaches for Collaborative Association Rule mining Niralir. Nanavati and Devesh C. Jinwal 5 A Postmortem Forensic Analysis for a JavaScript Based Attack 79 Sally mosaad, Nashwa Abdelbaki, and Ahmed f shosha Part II Network Security 6 Malleable Cryptosystems and Their applications in Wireless Sensor Networks Keyur Parmar and Devesh C. Jinwala 7 A Survey and Taxonomy on Data and Pre-processing Techniques of Intrusion Detection Systems 113 Tarfa hamed. Jason B. ernst and Stefan C. Kremer 8 Security Protocols for Networks and Internet: A Global Vision...... 135 Jose maria de fuentes. Luis hernandez-Encinas and arturo ribagorda Contents 9 Differentiating security from Privacy in Internet of Things A Survey of selected Threats and Controls 153 A. Al-Gburi, A. Al-Hasnawi and L. lilien 10 Reliable transmission protocol for Underwater acoustic Networks...................................173 Xiujuan Du, Meiju li, and Keqin Li 1 Using Sports Plays to Configure Honeypots Environments to form a virtual Security Shield 189 Tyrone S. Toland, Sebastian Kollmannsperger, J. Bernard Brewton, and william B. Craft Part I Cryptographic Technologies 12 Security Threats and Solutions for Two-Dimensional Barcodes: Comparative Study 207 Riccardo focardi flaminia L. luccio. and heider a.m. wahsheh 13 Searching Encrypted Data on the Cloud................. 221 Khaled A. Al-Utaibi and El-Sayed M. El-Alfy 14 A Strong Single Sign-on User Authentication Scheme Using Mobile token without verifier table for Cloud Based services 237 Sumitra Binu, Mohammed Misbahuddin, and Pethuru raj 15 Review of the main Security Threats and challenges in Free-Access Public cloud storage servers 263 Alejandro Sanchez-Gomez, Jesus Diaz, Luis Hernandez-Encinas and david arroyo 16 Secure Elliptic Curves in Cryptograph 283 Victor Gayoso martinez, Lorena Gonzalez-manzano and agustin Martin munoz 17 Mathematical Models for Malware Propagation in Wireless Sensor Networks: An Analysis................ A. Martin del rey and A. Peinado Part Iv Biometrics and Forensics 18 Biometric Systems for User Authentication............... 317 Natarajan meghanathan 19 Biometric Authentication and Data Security in Cloud Computing. 337 Giovanni L masala. Pietro ruiu and Enrico grosso 20 Approximate Search in Digital Forensics .355 Slobodan petrovic Contents 21 Privacy preserving Internet Browsers: Forensic analysis of browzar 369 Christopher Warren, Eman El-Sheikh, and Nhien- An Le-Khac Part V Hardware Security 22 Experimental Digital Forensics of Subscriber Identification Module(sim) card 391 Mohamed T. Abdelazim. Nashwa abdelbaki and Ahmed F Shosha 23 A Dynamic Area-Efficient Technique to Enhance ROPUFs Security against Modeling attacks 407 Fathi Amsaad. Nitin pundir. and mohammed Niamat 24 Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFS) Design Technologies Advantages and Trade offs 427 Ioannis Papakonstantinou and nicolas sklavos Part Vi Security applications 25 Generic Semantics Specification and Processing for Inter-System Information Flow Tracking 45 Pascal Birnstill, Christoph Bier, Paul Wagner, and Jurgen Beyerer 26 On Inferring and Characterizing Large-Scale probing and DDoS Campaigns 461 Elias bou-harb and Claude Fachkha 27 Design of a Secure Framework for Session Mobility as a Service in Cloud Computing Environment 475 Natarajan Meghanathan and michael Terrell Part VII Security Management 28 Securing the Internet of Things: Best Practices for Deploying IoT Devices 493 Bryson R. Payne and Tamirat T. Abegaz 29 Cognitive Computing and Multiscale Analysis for Cyber security. 507 Sana Siddiqui. Muhammad salman Khan and Ken ferens 30 A Comparative Study of Neural Network Training Algorithms for the Intelligent Security Monitoring of Industrial Control Systems.....……… 521 Jaedeok Kim and guillermo francia 31 Cloud Computing: Security Issues and Establishing Virtual Cloud Environment via Vagrant to Secure Cloud Hosts ....... 539 Polyxeni Spanaki and Nicolas Sklavos

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