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Managing Critical Infrastructures through Virtual Network Communities

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Managing Critical Infrastructures through Virtual Network Communities
Abstract. Virtual Interacting Network CommunIty (Vinci) is an abstract architecture to share in a secure way an ICT infrastructure among several user communities, each with its own applications and security requirements. To each community, Vinci allocates a network of virtual machines (VMs) that is mapped onto the computational and communication resources of the infrastructure. Each network includes several kinds of VMs. Application VMs (APP-VMs) run applications and stores information shared within a community. File system VM (FS-VMs) store and protect files shared among communities by applying a combination of MAC and Multi-Level Security (MLS) policies. A firewall VM (FW-VM) is a further kind of VM that, according to the security policy of each community, protects information private to a community transmitted across an untrusted network or controls the information exchanged with other communities. The last kind of VM is the administrative VM (A-VM) that configures and manages th...
Fabrizio Baiardi, Gaspare Sala, Daniele Sgandurra
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CRITIS
Authors Fabrizio Baiardi, Gaspare Sala, Daniele Sgandurra
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