Published:  November 1, 2018

Innovation Based Ecosystems

New buzz words like ‘innovation ecosystems’ often symbolize a departure from a legacy system to a more modern system and an underlying shift focus from operations management to service delivery with better user experience, reduce operational cost, minimize disruption, and enable personnel to do more with less. This issue of the Journal of Cyber Security & Information Systems explores how managing fast adoption modern-based system has more to do with understanding capabilities, interdependency between systems and effectively operating in the new paradigm than it has to do with differentiating product features. The link between the effective use of new integrated cyber capabilities and culture change is critical for executive managers to understand – as Peter Drucker said, “culture eats strategy”. Emerging technology-based ecosystem are enabling technologies that not only improve government warfighting capabilities, but can assist decision makers and users to better understand challenges being faced in the modernization and securing of increasingly software-enabled components and systems.

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Container Intrusions: Assessing the Efficacy of Intrusion Detection and Analysis Methods for Linux Container Environments

The unique and intrinsic methods by which Linux application containers are created, deployed, networked, and operated do not lend themselves well to the conventional application of methods for conducting intrusion detection and analysis in traditional…

A New Reality: Modelling & Simulation as a Service

NATO and nations use simulation environments for various purposes, such as training, capability development, mission rehearsal and decision support in acquisition processes. Consequently, Modelling and Simulation (M&S) has become a critical capability for the alliance…

Software Defined Networking for Army’s Tactical Network: Promises, Challenges, and an Architectural Approach

Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) together promise to revolutionize the networking with unprecedented improvements in the speed of introduction of new services, programmability and reconfigurability, resource efficiency, and security posture. While…

Game Theoretic Modeling of Advanced Persistent Threat in Internet of Things

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as sensors, wearable devices, robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles facilitate the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance to Command and Control and battlefield services. However, the extensive…

Providing Cyber Situational Awareness on Defense Platform Networks

Modern defense platforms are at increasing risk of cyber-attack from sophisticated adversaries. These platforms do not currently provide the situational awareness necessary to identify when they are under cyber-attack, nor to detect that a constituent…