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Trust Architecture for a Personal Distributed Environment Swee Keow Goo, James M. Irvine, Robert C. Atkinson and John Dunlop
 

Summary: Trust Architecture for a Personal Distributed Environment
Swee Keow Goo, James M. Irvine, Robert C. Atkinson and John Dunlop
Mobile Communications Group, University of Strathclyde
Royal College Building, 204 George Square, Glasgow G1 1XW, UK
Email: {sweegoo,j.irvine,r.atkinson,j.dunlop}@eee.strath.ac.uk
Tel: +44-(0)141-5482061, Fax: +44-(0)141-5524968
Abstract-- With an increasing number of wireless devices and
access technologies available, users will be able to access their
Personal Distributed Environment of services and data conve-
niently in a wide variety of ways. Unfortunately, this flexibility
comes at a cost - higher security risks and vulnerabilities. The
traditional association with a network provider may not exist,
replaced by a far more nebulous association with a number of
unknown entities, network nodes and service providers. These
ad hoc relationships require a notion of trust, which presents
great difficulties in a dynamic wireless environment. This paper
presents a formal trust architecture to address these issues, with
the focus on aspects of trust policy formation and its evolution.
I. INTRODUCTION
The view of the next generation has evolved from the

  

Source: Atkinson, Robert C - Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde

 

Collections: Engineering