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ATM Networks and Security

by Dr. Eva Bozoki - May 30, 2000

ATM Networks and Security

1. Introduction


2. ATM Connections


3. ATM Protocol Basics


4. Attacks


5. Security Measures


6. Placement of the User Plane Security Services


7. Secure Call Setup Protocol


8. Conclusion






About the Author




[Bl99] Black, Uyless D. ATM Resource Library. Prentice Hall, 1999.

[Kar99] Karim, M.R. ATM Technology and Services Delivery. Prentice Hall, 1999.

[LL99] Loshin, Peter. Essential ATM Standards: RFCs and Protocols Made Practical. John Wiley & Sons, 1999.

[DS98] McDysan, David, and Darren Spohn. ATM Theory and Applications. McGraw-Hill, 1998.


[CPSW98] Cherukuri, R.J., M. Peyravian, V. Surapaneni, and S.F. Wu. A User Plane Security Protocol for ATM Networks. Network Security Conference, 1998.

[LPP98] Leitold, H., U. Payer, and R. Posch. A Hardware Independent Encryption Model for ATM Devices. 14th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, 1998.

[SVH98] Shankaran, R., V. Varadharajan, and M. Hitchens. Security Services for ATM Networks. 14th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, 1998.

ATM Forum Standard

[ATMSEC99] AF-SEC-0100.001, 1999. Available from the ATM Forum or at


[Koe98] Koester, D.P. ATM Technology Web Knowledgebase.

[Lia97] Liang, D. A Survey on ATM Security.

[IETF-RFC] Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) RFC Web page.


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