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An Autonomic Cloud Management System for Enforcing Security and Assurance Properties

Abstract : Enforcing security properties in a Cloud is a difficult task, which requires expertise. However, it is not the only security-related challenge met by a company migrating to a Cloud environment. Indeed, the tenant must also have assurance that the requested security properties have effectively been enforced. Therefore, the Cloud provider has to offer a way of monitoring the security. In this paper, we present a solution to express the assurance properties based on the security requirements of the tenant and to deploy these assurance properties. First, we introduce a language that expresses the assurance based on the tenant's security requirements. Secondly, we propose an infrastructure that deploys the assurance in a Cloud environment. This solution aims to be easy to use: the assurance directly results from the high-level expression of the tenant's security requirements, and no additional action is needed from the tenant. Consequently, we address one of the greatest drawback of security and assurance - the complexity of their configuration - while providing a complete assurance mechanism.
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Laurent Bobelin, Aline Bousquet, Jérémy Briffaut. An Autonomic Cloud Management System for Enforcing Security and Assurance Properties. the 2015 Workshop on Changing Landscapes in HPC Security, Jun 2015, Portland, OR, United States. ⟨10.1145/2752499.2752500⟩. ⟨hal-01191740⟩



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