Vulnerability Description Ontology Vdo

NISTIR 8138 (Draft) September 2016 If you like this book, please leave positive review.

Author: National Institute National Institute of Standards and Technology

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1548165751


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NISTIR 8138 (Draft) September 2016 If you like this book, please leave positive review. This document aims to describe a more effective and efficient methodology for characterizing vulnerabilities found in various forms of software and hardware implementations including but not limited to information technology systems, industrial control systems or medical devices to assist in the vulnerability management process. The primary goal of the described methodology is to enable automated analysis using metrics such as the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS). Why buy a book you can download for free? First you gotta find it and make sure it's the latest version, not always easy. Then you gotta print it using a network printer you share with 100 other people - and its outta paper - and the toner is low (take out the toner cartridge, shake it, then put it back). If it's just 10 pages, no problem, but if it's a 250-page book, you will need to punch 3 holes in all those pages and put it in a 3-ring binder. Takes at least an hour. An engineer that's paid $75 an hour has to do this himself (who has assistant's anymore?). If you are paid more than $10 an hour and use an ink jet printer, buying this book will save you money. It's much more cost-effective to just order the latest version from This public domain material is published by 4th Watch Books. We publish tightly-bound, full-size books at 8 1⁄2 by 11 inches, with glossy covers. 4th Watch Books is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and is not affiliated with the National Institute of Standards and Technology. For more titles published by 4th Watch, please visit: A full copy of all the pertinent cybersecurity standards is available on DVD-ROM in the CyberSecurity Standards Library disc which is available at GSA P-100 Facilities Standards for the Public Buildings Service GSA P-120 Cost and Schedule Management Policy Requirements GSA P-140 Child Care Center Design Guide GSA Standard Level Features and Finishes for U.S. Courts Facilities GSA Courtroom Technology Manual NIST SP 500-299 NIST Cloud Computing Security Reference Architecture NIST SP 500-291 NIST Cloud Computing Standards Roadmap Version 2 NIST SP 500-293 US Government Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap Volume 1 & 2 NIST SP 500-293 US Government Cloud Computing Technology Roadmap Volume 3 DRAFT NIST SP 1800-8 Securing Wireless Infusion Pumps NISTIR 7497 Security Architecture Design Process for Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) NIST SP 800-66 Implementing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule NIST SP 1800-1 Securing Electronic Health Records on Mobile Devices NIST SP 800-177 Trustworthy Email NIST SP 800-184 Guide for Cybersecurity Event Recovery NIST SP 800-190 Application Container Security Guide NIST SP 800-193 Platform Firmware Resiliency Guidelines NIST SP 1800-1 Securing Electronic Health Records on Mobile Devices NIST SP 1800-2 Identity and Access Management for Electric Utilities NIST SP 1800-5 IT Asset Management: Financial Services NIST SP 1800-6 Domain Name Systems-Based Electronic Mail Security NIST SP 1800-7 Situational Awareness for Electric Utilities DoD Medical Space Planning Criteria FARs Federal Acquisitions Regulation DFARS Defense Federal Acquisitions Regulations Supplement
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Theory and Applications of Dependable Computer Systems

Potential vulnerabilities and attack scenarios are identified during the analysis of:
• public information in the context of VRI ... The vulnerability specification is based
on the main elements of the Vulnerability Description Ontology (VDO) [16], ...

Author: Wojciech Zamojski

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030482565

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book presents selected papers from the Fifteenth International Conference on Dependability of Computer Systems (DepCoS-RELCOMEX), which illustrate the diversity of theoretical problems in analysis of performability, reliability and security of contemporary computer systems. Covering also methodologies and practical tools involved in this field, it is a valuable reference resource for scientists, researchers, practitioners and students who are dealing with these subjects. Established in 2006, DepCoS-RELCOMEX is an annual conference series organised by Wrocław University of Science and Technology. It focuses on the dependability and performability of contemporary computer systems – topics that can provide solutions to new challenges in evaluation of their reliability and efficiency. Since they are probably the most complex technical systems ever engineered by humans, the organization of modern computer systems cannot be modelled and analysed solely as structures (however complex and distributed) built only on the basis of technical resources. Instead they should be considered as a unique blend of interacting people (their needs and behaviours), networks (together with mobile properties, iCloud organisation, Internet of Everything) and a large number of users dispersed geographically and producing an unimaginable number of applications. This new, interdisciplinary approach is developing a continually increasing range of methods which apply also the latest findings in artificial intelligence (AI) and computational intelligence (CI).
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Cybersecurity in Humanities and Social Sciences

NTC A B C x x x x x x x x x x x * x Purpose of cybersecurity ontologies Source TC
Industry Cybersecurity incident ontology ... Présentation de VDO (Vulnerability
Description Ontology): publications/detail/nistir/8138/draft.

Author: Hugo Loiseau

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119777571

Category: Computers

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The humanities and social sciences are interested in the cybersecurity object since its emergence in the security debates, at the beginning of the 2000s. This scientific production is thus still relatively young, but diversified, mobilizing at the same time political science, international relations, sociology , law, information science, security studies, surveillance studies, strategic studies, polemology. There is, however, no actual cybersecurity studies. After two decades of scientific production on this subject, we thought it essential to take stock of the research methods that could be mobilized, imagined and invented by the researchers. The research methodology on the subject "cybersecurity" has, paradoxically, been the subject of relatively few publications to date. This dimension is essential. It is the initial phase by which any researcher, seasoned or young doctoral student, must pass, to define his subject of study, delimit the contours, ask the research questions, and choose the methods of treatment. It is this methodological dimension that our book proposes to treat. The questions the authors were asked to answer were: how can cybersecurity be defined? What disciplines in the humanities and social sciences are studying, and how, cybersecurity? What is the place of pluralism or interdisciplinarity? How are the research topics chosen, the questions defined? How, concretely, to study cybersecurity: tools, methods, theories, organization of research, research fields, data ...? How are discipline-specific theories useful for understanding and studying cybersecurity? Has cybersecurity had an impact on scientific theories?
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