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the Description and Definition for Atomic Security Functions

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors chenmeiling , Li Su
Last updated 2023-04-10 (Latest revision 2022-10-07)
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At present, many security products are deployed in the network, and the security functions of security products overlap. Atomized security function refers to the smallest representation unit of security function, which cannot be split again and can be implemented by independent code. Atomized security functions can quickly and effectively assemble security capabilities and provide security services. It no longer takes security products as the unit, but atomic security functions as the basic unit, by reorganize and define the security functions supported by existing network devices then provide guidance for secure routing, finally, each security function will be uniformly coded.


Li Su

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