Last edited by Shakashakar
Thursday, May 14, 2020 | History

6 edition of Trust and security in collaborative computing found in the catalog.

Trust and security in collaborative computing

by Xukai Zou

  • 75 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by World Scientific in Hackensack, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer security.,
  • Groupware (Computer software),
  • Computer networks -- Security measures.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementXukai Zou, Yuan-Shun Dai, Yi Pan.
    SeriesComputer and network security -- v. 2
    ContributionsDai, Yuan-Shun., Pan, Yi, 1960-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.A25 Z69 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 229 p. :
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19327838M
    ISBN 109812703683
    ISBN 109789812703682
    LC Control Number2008273479

    A Security Model for Trust Based Computing” fulfills it security expectations, trustworthiness on the other hand is the confirmation that something earns trust. Wang and Vassileva suggest in [29] two types of trust for P2P systems. First trust in the quality of the service that a . data with security and trust and developing new business models within a collaborative economy. A distributed ledger is a consensus of replicated, shared and synchronized digital data, spread across multiple geographies, sites or institutions. In this kind of data structure, there is no central administrator or centralized data storage to.

    Feb 09,  · Building Trust and Security in the Cloud Computing / Information Technology Journal / Building Trust and Security in the Cloud Computing. Cloud computing has become one of the keenest topics in IT environment. Many people outside of the technical arena have only a vague sense of what cloud computing is. Best Practice for Building Trust /5(K). This book has some great high level information on computer security and is heavy loaded with the computer security's industry lingo. However, it does not cover details on hacking techniques and the content is quite verbose - not very succinct. Additionally, this is not the latest edition of that book/5.

    Collaboration is essential in almost all aspects of life and work. Nearly every imaginable job in business today entails at least some joint effort among members of a team working together gedatsuusakendodojo.com makes cooperation an essential skill in most sectors of the professional world. Trust Management of Services in Cloud Environments: Obstacles and Solutions TALAL H. NOOR1, QUAN Z. SHENG1 The University of Adelaide and SHERALI ZEADALLY2 University of the District of Columbia and JIAN YU3 Swinburne University of Technology Trust management is one of the most challenging issues in the emerging cloud computing area.


Share this book
You might also like
vindication of divine providence

vindication of divine providence

Cross dressing between the wars

Cross dressing between the wars

Zuleika Dobson

Zuleika Dobson

Consumer electronics

Consumer electronics

Operational warfare at sea

Operational warfare at sea

IRCA Anti-Discrimination Amendments of 1990

IRCA Anti-Discrimination Amendments of 1990

Tongan place names

Tongan place names

Savitri

Savitri

Aristotles cosmology

Aristotles cosmology

guide to Christian reading

guide to Christian reading

Red army today

Red army today

Like Christ

Like Christ

Domestic Volunteers Service Act of 1973, as of October 1, 1993.

Domestic Volunteers Service Act of 1973, as of October 1, 1993.

Trust and security in collaborative computing by Xukai Zou Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Trust and security in collaborative computing. [Xukai Zou; Yuan-Shun Dai; Yi Pan] -- "Computer networks are compromised by various unpredictable factors, such as hackers, viruses, spam, faults, and system failures, hindering the full utilization of computer systems for collaborative.

Dec 01,  · Collaborative Computer Security and Trust Management addresses how we can meet some of the challenges faced by using technology to create and sustain alliances within trust-based collaborative structures. – Andrew Robinson, European Consular and Commercial Office, UK.

This monograph considers the Trust and security in collaborative computing book efforts to develop a trusted environment with the high security and reliability needed for collaborative computing.

The important modules treated include secure group communication, access control, dependability, grid computing, key. Trusted Computing aims to bridge this gap, but as the problem is hard, the solution is not a general one. One has to pay attention about the trust relationships and business models to benefit from the technology.

Other chapters in this book define trust as something that can be built up and achieved gradually over time and gedatsuusakendodojo.com: Joerg Abendroth, Holger Kinkelin.

Overview of Security in Grid Computing. Existing Research on Grid Computing Security. Secure Grid Communication and Controlled Resource Sharing in Grid Computing. Dual-Level Key Management (DLKM) First Level. Second Level. Combination of Two Levels. Security and Algorithm Analysis.

Security Analysis. Complexity Analysis. Secure Grid Computing. Collaborative Computer Security and Trust Management [Jean-Marc Seigneur, Adam Slagell] on gedatsuusakendodojo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book combines perspectives of leading researchers in collaborative security to discuss recent advances in this burgeoning new field - Cited by: 7.

Dec 29,  · Collaborative computing is a diverse collection of information technologies designed to support work between individuals.

Organizations implementing collaborative computing technologies do so as a way to improve workforce productivity and creativity by enabling individual workers to more readily access each other and the information they need Author: Margaret Rouse.

Other subjects include trust-privacy tradeoffs in distributed computing, and developing trust and relational synergy in international e-collaborative groups. The book is for practitioners, researchers, and academics concerned with information security.

Seigneur is affiliated with the University of Geneva, Switzerland. In the security engineering subspecialty of computer science, a trusted system is a system that is relied upon to a specified extent to enforce a specified security policy. This is equivalent to saying that a trusted system is one whose failure would break a security policy (if a policy exists that the trusted system is trusted to enforce).

This article is within the scope of WikiProject Computer Security, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of computer security on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

Draft This article has been rated as Draft-Class on the project's quality scale. Security is a serious issue in collaborative computing (Atallah ; Ahmed and Tripathi ). Security concerns are more serious when the participants do not have much knowledge of each other, e.

Services Trust Model of WS-Trust [53], collaborative computing needs some trust services (e.g. certification, non-repudiation, and service evaluation and rating).

In the WS-Trust, trust services are referred to as "security token services." In the large-scale collaborative computing systems, 'Third Party Authority (TPA)' usually provides trust. Internet Middleware Requirements Engineering Web ad hoc networking collaborative computing cyberlaw e-commerce information society internet applications knowledge management organization privacy search engine marketing (SEM) security.

The New State of the Art in Information Security: Now Covers Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things, and Cyberwarfare. Students and IT and security professionals have long relied on Security in Computing as the definitive guide to computer security attacks and countermeasures.

Now, the authors have thoroughly updated this classic to reflect today’s newest technologies, attacks, standards Cited by: Microsoft’s approach is called Trustworthy Computing, a long-term, collaborative effort to create and deliver secure, private, and reliable computing experiences for everyone.

We are committed to continually improving trust by focusing on four key areas: security, privacy, reliability, and business practices. As the Internet becomes.

Abstract. Even though collaborative computing can yield substantial economic, social, and scientific benefits, a serious impediment to fully achieving that potential is a reluctance to share data, for fear of losing control over its subsequent dissemination and gedatsuusakendodojo.com by: 1.

Federated Security Context (FSC) explores the solutions to manage the trust relationships and optimize communication for the trust-based collaboration. Policy Evaluation and Enforcement Agent (PEEA) further provides a design that greatly automates the evaluation of policies and the making of trust-based collaborative decisions.

James B. Joshi, Siqing Du, Saubhagya R Joshi, “A Trust Based Access Control Management Framework for a Secure Grid Environment” in Book titled: Security in Distributed, Grid, and Pervasive Computing, Edited by Dr. Yang Xiao, to be published by Auerbach Publications, CRC Press privacy, security and trust • section describes privacy issues for cloud computing • section describes security issues for cloud computing • section describes trust issues for cloud computing • section briefly discusses a number of approaches to addressing privacy, security and trust issues in.

A detailed survey about the security and trust in various collaborative environments is discussed in [16]. Calculating cloud security by estimating parameters and functions is the proposed outcome of the survey. These trust value of a cloud computing service calculates security at any point of time and termed as static trust.

Making the Cited by:. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing, TRUSTheld in Pittsburgh, PA, USA in June The 23 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the book.Chapter 8 Cloud Computing Cloud Computing Concepts Service Models Deployment Models Moving to the Cloud Risk Analysis Cloud Provider Assessment Switching Cloud Providers Cloud as a Security Control Cloud Security Tools and Techniques Data Protection in the Cloud The related security and trust research results about the Fog are summarized, and the discussions about open security and trust issues are given, and future work is outlined.

A distributed and remotely operated Fog can pose new security and trust challenges, which are not presented in the centralized gedatsuusakendodojo.com by: