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Trust-Driven Policy Enforcement through Gate Automata

Abstract : In this paper we introduce the notion of gate automata for describing security policies. This new kind of automata aim at defining a model for the specification of both security and trust policies. The main novelty of our proposal is a unified framework for the integration of security enforcement and trust monitoring. Indeed, gate automata watch the execution of a target program, possibly modifying its behaviour, and produce a feedback for the trust management system. The level of trust changes the environment settings by dynamically activating/deactivating some of the defined gate automata.
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G. Costa, Ilaria Matteucci. Trust-Driven Policy Enforcement through Gate Automata. Fifth International Conference on Innovative Mobile and Internet Services in Ubiquitous Computing, Jul 2011, Seoul, Korea, South Korea. ⟨hal-00661572⟩

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