Internet reputation intelligence: Problem Statement
draft-macaulay-6man-reputation-intelligence-00

 
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Abstract

This draft represent the initial public discussion of the value of proactive, reputation intelligence on the Internet and some of the challenges associated with these services that may be partially addressed through novel use of IPv6 features and functions. This document is intended to outline the concept of Internet reputation intelligence, the benefits it brings to network elements and endpoints. This draft also addresses the challenges associated with legacy security systems based on threat-signatures, and some of the current weaknesses of reputation management systems.

Authors

Tyson Macaulay (tmacaulay@2keys.ca)
David McMahon (dave.mcmahon@bell.ca)
Ehud Doron (ehudd@radware.com)
Peder Jungck (peder@cloudshield.com)

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