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Theory and implementation of a virtualisation level Future Internet defence in depth architecture
by Jerzy Konorski; Piotr Pacyna; Grzegorz Kolaczek; Zbigniew Kotulski; Krzysztof Cabaj; Pawel Szalachowski
International Journal of Trust Management in Computing and Communications (IJTMCC), Vol. 1, No. 3/4, 2013

 

Abstract: An EU Future Internet Engineering project currently underway in Poland defines three parallel internets (PIs). The emerging IIP system (IIPS, abbreviating the project's Polish name), has a four-level architecture, with level 2 responsible for creation of virtual resources of the PIs. This paper proposes a three-tier security architecture to address level 2 threats of unauthorised traffic injection and IIPS traffic manipulation or forging. It is argued that the measures to be taken differ in nature from those ensuring classical security attributes. A combination of hard- and soft-security mechanisms produces node reputation and trust metrics, which permits to eliminate or ostracise misbehaving nodes. Experiments carried out in a small-scale IIPS testbed are briefly discussed.

Online publication date: Mon, 16-Sep-2013

 

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