The software and networking industry is experiencing a rapid development and deployment of Network Functions Visualization (NFV) technology, in both enterprise and cloud data center networks. One of the primary reasons for this technological trend is that NFV has the capability to reduce CAPEX and OPEX, whilst increasing networking service efficiency, performance, agility, scalability, and resource utilization. Despite such well-recognized benefits, security remains a major concern of network service providers and seriously impedes the further expansion of NFV.
This book is therefore dedicated to investigating and exploring the potential security issues of NFV. It contains three major elements: a thorough overview of the NFV framework and architecture, a comprehensive threat analysis aiming to establish a layer-specific threat taxonomy for NFV enabled networking services, and a series of comparative studies of security best practices in traditional networking scenarios and in NFV, ultimately leading to a set of recommendations on security countermeasures in NFV.
This book is primarily intended for engineers, engineering students and researchers and those with an interest in the field of networks and telecommunications (architectures, protocols, services) in general, and particularly software-defined network (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV)-based security services.
- Extensively studies security issues in NFV
- Presents a basis or guideline for both academia researchers and industry practitioners to work together to achieve secure and dependable lifecycle management of NFV based network services
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- NFV Management and Orchestration
- Use Case Driven Security Threat Analysis
- NFV-based Security Management
- Identity and Access Management in NFV
- Intrusion Prevention and Detection in NFV
- Network Isolation
- Data Protection in NFV
Zonghua Zhang is a faculty member of IMT Lille Douai, Institut Mines-Télécom in France. He holds a PhD in information science and an HDR (accreditation for research supervision) diploma in computer science. He has more than 15 years of academic and research experience in cybersecurity.
Ahmed Meddahi is Professor at IMT Lille Douai, Institut Mines-Télécom in France. He holds a PhD from Evry University with Institut National des Télécom and an HDR from UPMC-Paris 6 University. He has over 20 years of academic and research experience in network protocols and architecture.