Cyberpatterns: Unifying Design Patterns with Security and Attack Patterns

Cyberpatterns: Unifying Design Patterns with Security and Attack Patterns

Language: English

Pages: 255

ISBN: 3319352180

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Cyberpatterns are predictable regularities in cyberspace helping us to design and implement more effective and secure systems, and to detect and respond to breaches, failures and deficiencies in operational systems.

Cyberpatterns is in its infancy and there are many challenges including:
* Developing a scientific foundation of pattern-oriented research methods
* Developing better engineering practice in novel application domains such as for cloud and cyberphysical systems
* Constructing a sharable knowledge-base to aid education of students, design of novel systems and the development of automated design tools
* Innovative applications of design patterns to pattern recognition and big data

* Presents the state-of-the-art in the novel field of cyberpatterns
* Demonstrates the application of patterns to cyber security and other key cyberspace domains
* Supports the development of a sound scientific, engineering and mathematical foundation for cyberspace

This important new book provides an introduction to and coverage of the state-of-the-art of cyberpatterns, from a theoretical standpoint and via practical applications, bringing together different interdisciplinary areas under one roof to portray a holistic view of the underlying principles and mechanisms of cyberpatterns.

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the return values of malloc(). If a call fails for any reason, set the value of the pointer to NULL, protecting the heap from corruption in subsequent calls to free(). Double free() Originates where a call to free() is made using a pointer which has already been free()’d and never reallocated in between the calls to free. A free() attempts to remove the invalid pointer from the heap structures, and corrupts the process heap. Requires that the attacker be able to manipulate the pointer in such

carry out in specific contexts. If such data was available then attacks would be self-evident, thereby eliminating the need for attack patterns. 2 Patterns as an Exploratory Tool We may never have the assurances that we would like about a pattern’s efficacy; while a pattern may be one possible solution to a problem, we can never be completely sure that this solution itself doesn’t introduce further complications we have yet to identify. This is a symptom of the lack of clarity about what it

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