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An Advanced Persistent Threat Simulation Range for Research of Self-Adaptive Systems

Ryan Wagner, David Garlan and Matthew Fredrikson.

2018. Submitted for publication.

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While security is important to self-adaptive systems research, it is particularly difficult to simulate the characteristics of the most insidious adversary, the advanced persistent threat (APT). The research community requires an APT simulation environment that provides the realism and depth that is necessary for a sufficient simulation, but this should not be too complex, difficult, or expensive to use. Additionally, a successful simulation environment must ensure that malware does not escape into the wild. We present a cyber range for self-adaptive systems researchers to simulate APTs, complete with an example system under test and attack scenario.

Keywords: Science of Security.  
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