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Securing of Software Defined Network Overlays

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Lead Guest Editor:
Tomonobu Sato
Hitachi ICT Business Services, Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Such as coding data, establishing a fire wall and doing garble prevention of the data which sends and receives a network by a bond to secure security of a network, it's the mainstream to put a security measure into effect by establishing software according to the network environment separately.Therefore advantage convenience was high by conventional technology, and it was difficult to build the network environment that high security was guaranteed easily freely.The office work person in charge and the administrator who don't have an expert knowledge of a network make the network environment a pattern by restricting practical use, and elucidate setting of a wide area network and the network technology which can be managed.1 car establishes Thurber who calls the reach of the network divided by TA and a router the segment mask which manages network information (NIF) and network access information in each segment as the management unit (segment). A record for the number of machines is registered with NIF, and mechanical equipment on the sending side can see NIF at the time of application execution and recognize the machine connected to a network on the arrival side.The IP address which is needed when connecting with a partner machine in NIF, and the machine, personal information is registered, and acquisition restriction of NIF is performed by network access information and a connection with a partner machine is restricted.

Aims and Scope:

  1. 5G Services, Implementations and Standards
  2. Internet of Things and Big Data
  3. Network architectures and standards
  4. Social Networking and Security
  5. Cloud and Fog / Edge Computing, Networking and Storage
  6. Electronic Commerce Including Blockchain Applications and supporting
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