Showing 1 - 10 of 20 results for the Publish Year - 2004 , Type - White Paper
In this paper, John McHugh describes problems with monitoring and analyzing traffic on high-speed networks.
This paper summarizes the scope of patent protection in the European Union, the United States, and Japan. In doing so, it examines the patentability of computer software as inventions allowed under E.U. and U.S. patent law.
This paper describes a taxonomy of these different kinds of safety-related requirements, and clearly and briefly defines and describes each of the above categories of safety-related requirements.
In this paper, the authors provide an empirical analysis of proposed techniques for filtering network traffic.
In this paper, Georgia Killcrece provides a high-level description of a National Computer Security Incident Response Team (NatCSIRT), its problems, and challenges.
Analyses of more than 1350 findings drawn from 663 Software CMM appraisals suggest several areas where both managers and engineers would benefit from better guidance about the proper use of measurement and analysis.
This whitepaper describes patterns of interoperability conflicts along with their typical resolution in an effort to present reusable solutions for the design of integration architectures.
This case study describes the experiences of a financial institution CSIRT in getting its organization up and running.
This document contains the CERT advisories from 2004.
This document contains the CERT incident notes from 2004.