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Novel VNFI Security Management Function Block For Improved Security Framework For SDN/NFV Networks


Rahaf Hamoud Alruwaili!, Haifa Khaled Alanazi, Saloua Hendaoui


Vol. 22  No. 10  pp. 303-309


Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a novel approach that have accelerated the development of numerous technologies such as policy-based access control, network virtualization, and others. It allows to boost network architectural flexibility and expedite the return on investment. However, this increases the system's complexity, necessitating the expenditure of dollars to assure the system's security. Network Function Virtualization (NFV) opens up new possibilities for network engineers, but it also raises security concerns. A number of Internet service providers and network equipment manufacturers are grappling with the difficulty of developing and characterizing NFVs and related technologies. Through Moodle's efforts to maintain security, this paper presents a detailed review of security-related challenges in software-defined networks and network virtualization services.


SDN, NFV, Security, issues.