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Trust and Reputation Policy-Based Mechanisms for Self-protection in Autonomic Communications

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Trust and Reputation Policy-Based Mechanisms for Self-protection in Autonomic Communications
Currently, there is an increasing tendency to migrate the management of communications and information systems onto the Web. This is making many traditional service support models obsolete. In addition, current security mechanisms are not sufficiently robust to protect each management system and/or subsystem from web-based intrusions, malware, and hacking attacks. This paper presents research challenges in autonomic management to provide self-protection mechanisms and tools by using trust and reputation concepts based on policybased management to decentralize management decisions. This work also uses user-based reputation mechanisms to help enforce trust management in pervasive and communications services. The scope of this research is founded in social models, where the application of trust and reputation applied in communication systems helps detect potential users as well as hackers attempting to corrupt management operations and services. These so-called “cheating services” act...
Martin Serrano, Sven van der Meer, John Strassner,
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ATC
Authors Martin Serrano, Sven van der Meer, John Strassner, Stefano De Paoli, Aphra Kerr, Cristiano Storni
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