Visible to the public Security Risk Assessment Method of Edge Computing Container Based on Dynamic Game

TitleSecurity Risk Assessment Method of Edge Computing Container Based on Dynamic Game
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsLi, Kai, Yang, Dawei, Bai, Liang, Wang, Tianjun
Conference Name2021 IEEE 6th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Big Data Analytics (ICCCBDA)
KeywordsAdaptation models, Computational modeling, Computing Theory, container, Containers, edge computing, feedback Nash equilibrium, game theory, Games, Metrics, Nash equilibrium, pubcrawl, reliability theory, security, security risk assessment
AbstractCompared with other virtualization technologies, container technology is widely used in edge computing because of its low cost, high reliability, high flexibility and fast portability. However, the use of container technology can alleviate the pressure of massive data, but also bring complex and diverse security problems. Reliable information security risk assessment method is the key to ensure the smooth application of container technology. According to the risk assessment theory, a security risk assessment method for edge computing containers based on dynamic game theory is proposed. Aiming at the complex container security attack and defense process, the container system's security model is constructed based on dynamic game theory. By combining the attack and defense matrix, the Nash equilibrium solution of the model is calculated, and the dynamic process of the mutual game between security defense and malicious attackers is analyzed. By solving the feedback Nash equilibrium solution of the model, the optimal strategies of the attackers are calculated. Finally, the simulation tool is used to solve the feedback Nash equilibrium solution of the two players in the proposed model, and the experimental environment verifies the usability of the risk assessment method.
Citation Keyli_security_2021