TELECOM & Management SudParis

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  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    Privacy-enhanced Filtering and Collection Middleware in EPCglobal Networks

    Collection and distribution of Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) data are subject to various privacy concerns. These concerns are of paramount importance when sensitive data are processed (e.g., medical data). Therefore, it is crucial to treat sensitive data privacy in early stages to master the data view for upper layers and...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    PAIRSE: A Privacy-Preserving Service-Oriented Data Integration System

    Privacy is among the key challenges to data integration in many sectors, including healthcare, e-government, etc. The PAIRSE project aims at providing a flexible, loosely coupled and privacy-preserving data integration system in P2P environments. The project exploits recent Web standards and technologies such as Web services and ontologies to export...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Model-driven Security Policy Deployment: Property Oriented Approach

    The authors address the issue of formally validating the deployment of access control security policies. They show how the use of a formal expression of the security requirements, related to a given system, ensures the deployment of an anomaly free abstract security policy. They also describe how to develop appropriate...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    A Secured Delegation of Remote Services on IPv6 Home Networks

    IPv6 is an attractive technology for innovative services such as health care monitoring, alarm systems, peer-to-peer applications virtual machine systems and so on. The generalization of end to end paradigm, possible due to the length of IPv6 addresses, eases the deployment of such services. Nevertheless end to end connection can...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2006

    Towards Filtering and Alerting Rule Rewriting on Single-Component Policies

    The use of firewalls and Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDSs) is the dominant method to survey and guarantee the security policy in current corporate networks. On the one hand, firewalls are traditional security components which provide means to filter traffic within corporate networks, as well as to police the incoming...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Model-driven Security Policy Deployment: Property Oriented Approach

    The authors address the issue of formally validating the deployment of access control security policies. They show how the use of a formal expression of the security requirements, related to a given system, ensures the deployment of an anomaly free abstract security policy. They also describe how to develop appropriate...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    A Secured Delegation of Remote Services on IPv6 Home Networks

    IPv6 is an attractive technology for innovative services such as health care monitoring, alarm systems, peer-to-peer applications virtual machine systems and so on. The generalization of end to end paradigm, possible due to the length of IPv6 addresses, eases the deployment of such services. Nevertheless end to end connection can...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2006

    Towards Filtering and Alerting Rule Rewriting on Single-Component Policies

    The use of firewalls and Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDSs) is the dominant method to survey and guarantee the security policy in current corporate networks. On the one hand, firewalls are traditional security components which provide means to filter traffic within corporate networks, as well as to police the incoming...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    Privacy-enhanced Filtering and Collection Middleware in EPCglobal Networks

    Collection and distribution of Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) data are subject to various privacy concerns. These concerns are of paramount importance when sensitive data are processed (e.g., medical data). Therefore, it is crucial to treat sensitive data privacy in early stages to master the data view for upper layers and...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis

  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    PAIRSE: A Privacy-Preserving Service-Oriented Data Integration System

    Privacy is among the key challenges to data integration in many sectors, including healthcare, e-government, etc. The PAIRSE project aims at providing a flexible, loosely coupled and privacy-preserving data integration system in P2P environments. The project exploits recent Web standards and technologies such as Web services and ontologies to export...

    Provided By TELECOM & Management SudParis