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DARPA Information Survivability Conference and Exposition, (2003)
Washington, DC
Apr. 22, 2003 to Apr. 24, 2003
ISSN: 2003102155
ISBN: 0-7695-1897-4
pp: 240
Lina Yu , Brigham Young University
Marianne Winslett , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ting Yu , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kent E. Seamons , Brigham Young University
Thomas Chan , Brigham Young University
Michael Halcrow , Brigham Young University
Jared Jacobson , Brigham Young University
Bryan Smith , Brigham Young University
Evan Child , Brigham Young University
Adam Hess , Brigham Young University
Ryan Jarvis , Brigham Young University
Jason Holt , Brigham Young University
Tore Sundelin , Brigham Young University
Military and business partners may need to conduct sensitive interactions on line, requiring members in a coalition to share sensitive resources with those outside their local security domain. Automated trust negotiation is an approach that accomplishes this, through the use of access control policies that specify what combinations of digital credentials a stranger must disclose to gain access to a coalition resource. The Trust Negotiation in Dynamic Coalitions project has focused on the theoretical underpinnings of trust negotiation as well as the design and implementation of TrustBuilder, an architecture that incorporates trust negotiation into standard network technologies. This paper summarizes the research contributions of this project to trust negotiation in the areas of sensitive access control policies, strategies, protocols, policy language requirements, and privacy protection. This paper also describes the basic design of TrustBuilder.
Lina Yu, Marianne Winslett, Ting Yu, Kent E. Seamons, Thomas Chan, Michael Halcrow, Jared Jacobson, Bryan Smith, Evan Child, Adam Hess, Ryan Jarvis, Jason Holt, Tore Sundelin, "Trust Negotiation in Dynamic Coalitions", DARPA Information Survivability Conference and Exposition,, vol. 02, no. , pp. 240, 2003, doi:10.1109/DISCEX.2003.1194972
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