SeRViTR: A Framework for Trust and Policy Management for a Secure Internet and Its Proof-of-Concept Implementation

A secure network is considered to be an important goal of the Future Internet; one way this can be embodied is by having flexible and robust routing functionalities with intrinsic security mechanisms. It is also desirable to provide user-centric or service-centric routing capabilities to achieve service-oriented traffic controls as well as trust and policy management for security. Based on these potential needs, a flexible, scalable, and robust routing framework that enables fine-grained flow control under fixed or dynamic policies called the Virtual Trusted Routing and Provisioning Domain (VTRouPD) has been recently proposed.

Provided by: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Topic: Networking Date Added: Apr 2012 Format: PDF

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